Streaming has become the most popular way to watch your favorite shows, movies, and sports these days, and though there are many ways to stream, the best streaming device for Netflix fans is on sale today for Prime Day for just $37. The Roku Streaming Stick+ is the best streaming device for Netflix lovers because it is 4K Ultra HD and has a dedicated Netflix button on the remote control. Today only, you will receive a 26% discount on this streaming master, regularly priced at $50. If you are also in the market for a new TV to go with your new Prime Day Roku deal, Amazon also has Prime Day 4K TV deals that feature some of the lowest prices we’ve ever seen.
The Roku Streaming Stick+ has built-in Wi-Fi and supports Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, HBO and, Hulu with Live TV, Apple TV, Disney+, The Roku Channel, Showtime, and Google Play. This device allows you to stream live shows, movies, and stored content from your favorite channels and streaming services. Featuring brilliant picture quality, the device lets you experience shows and movies in HD, 4K Ultra HD, or HDR. The device also optimizes picture quality for your TV with sharp resolution and vivid colors.
The built-in Wi-Fi makes this device perfect for streaming in areas that aren’t close to your in-home router. The Roku is ideal for basement theater rooms and backyard movie nights. The long-range wireless receiver gives you up to 4 times the range and a stronger signal so that you won’t be interrupted by lagging streams. The Roku Streaming Stick+ is perfect for families, college kids, and adults alike, due to its simple set-up and one-touch remote controls.
The Roku Streaming Stick+ is regularly priced at $50, and today for Prime Day, it can be yours for just $37, which is a savings of 26%. This deal won’t last long, as Prime Day discounts are only good until the end of Prime Day or until the stock runs out. If you’re a Netflix lover, this is a must-have deal.
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