Best Prime Day Roku Deals 2020: The best sales you can still shop

Prime Day has officially finished, but there are still a few Prime Day deals available on Roku products. If you’re keen to buy a new streaming device or upgrade an existing one, there are plenty of great choices here, including discounts on the Roku Express and Roku Streaming Stick+, and Roku TVs.

At these prices, there’s no excuse to be stuck with a bad streaming experience, but you’ll have to act fast — these deals are almost over.

Today’s best Prime Day Roku deals

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Roku Ultra 2020 4K/HDR/Dolby Vision Streaming Media Player with Voice Remote

$80 $100
Want the best Roku experience? This is it: Support for both Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos guarantees you're future-proofed, while the voice-based remote and included earbuds enable private listening.
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40-inch TCL 3-Series FHD Roku TV

$220 $300
The 40-inch TCL 3-Series Roku Smart TV is a jack-of-all-trades when it comes to utility and quality. While it doesn't have 4K resolution, if you don't need it, then this puppy definitely delivers.
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Roku Express (2019)

$25 $30
Enjoy an enormous library of entertaining movies and TV shows and the push of a button with the Roku Express streaming device, perfect for any cinephile's endless movie night binge fests.
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32-inch TCL 3-Series FHD TV

$150 $190
If you're only after the content, the TCL 3-Series is the budget-savvy's best friend when it comes to entertainment, packed with a Roku streaming platform for all your movie night needs.
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75-inch TCL 8-Series 4K QLED Roku TV

$1,900 $2,200
The 75-inch variant of TCL's 8 Series 4K Roku TV is the biggest and visually best option they've got in their catalog, packed with advanced HDR, surround sound, and world-class QLED technology.
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Roku Streaming Stick+

$48 $50
Easily the most versatile Roku device, the Streaming Stick+ does it all: 4K, HDR, voice commands, powerful Wi-Fi... plus it's compatible with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.
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Roku Streambar 4K HDR Streaming Media Player & Bluetooth TV Speaker

$119 $130
Why choose between a soundbar or a streaming media device when you can have both for way less money? Plug the Streambar into your TV via HDMI ARC and you'll get awesome sound and video in minutes.
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43-inch Westinghouse FX FHD Roku TV

$190 $280
Get the most out of Roku's smart TV platform with a cheap Roku TV by Westinghouse. This 43-inch option is a great fit for any home theater and an even better fit for your budget.
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40-inch RCA FHD Roku TV

$239 $279
For only the content that Roku has to deliver, the 40-inch RCA 1080p TV is all you need to enjoy everything Roku has to offer. It isn't the most advanced, but it gets the job done.
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32-inch TCL 3-Series 720p Roku TV

$128 $200
If you're in the market for a simple TV that prioritizes quantity over quality, the 32-inch 3-Series TCL Roku Smart TV is a great option for the budget-savvy viewer despite its 720p resolution.
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Roku Streaming Stick

$40 $50
Gain access to a slew of movies and TV shows with the classic Roku Streaming Stick. It's not the latest model in the catalog, but it's still plenty capable of providing you with everything Roku can.

What are the most popular Roku products?

There are plenty of different Roku products out there, all with very similar purposes — to make streaming easy. Whether you’re adding streaming to a non-smart TV or want to switch away from your smart TV’s interface, there’s something for you here.

The budget Roku — the Roku Express — is a good starting place for those looking for something simple. Just connect to your TV with the included HDMI cable and you’re good to go with streaming through various popular apps. A simple remote paves the way here, making it a breeze to negotiate menus of everything from Netflix to Disney+, Apple TV+, and more.

Alternatively, there’s the Roku Streaming Stick+, which is a little fancier. It has 4K and HDR support so if you have a 4K TV, this is a no-brainer of a choice. It means you get a superior picture on all your streaming services while also enjoying the benefits of a simple to use remote and a simple interface too. It’s generally one of the most reliable options in the Roku family, suitable for mostly everyone — and it’s ultra-portable for when you travel.

While Roku might be best known for small streaming sticks, it also has products like the Roku Ultra. This streaming media player is a lot like the Apple TV with a powerful processor that means it’s super speedy as you navigate menus. You can hook it up to your network via wireless or Ethernet, plus there are voice controls to save you needing to dig the remote out. It’s ideal for more serious streaming fans.

Keep in mind, there are currently two versions of the Ultra. The 2019 version will be a great deal right now, but the 2020 version offers Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, and Bluetooth — three features you won’t find on the 2019 model.

That’s not forgetting the latest Roku Streambar, which works as a smart soundbar providing powerful Dolby Audio for your TV alongside all the benefits that come from streaming services. It’s easy to perfect your sound ensuring that the device automatically lowers loud commercial noises while boosting the volume of voices when you’re watching your favorite shows. You can even optimize it for when you’re watching something late at night and don’t want to disturb the rest of the household.

Finally, if you’re in the market for a new TV, why not make it a TV that has Roku built-in? With Roku TVs from brands like TCL, Hisense, JVC, and RCA, these smart TVs have all of the power of a Roku device, at incredibly affordable prices.

Looking for more savings? Head over to our curated deals page for the best Black Friday Roku deals.

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