With the arrival of Amazon’s Prime Day there are loads of amazing deals to be had, and we’ve rounded up some of the best Prime Day deals for you, detailing bargains at Amazon on all sorts of electronics. But it’s not only headphones, TVs, and laptops that are on sale — there’s also an entire week, from October 11 to October 17, during which streaming device manufacturer Roku is offering discounts on accessories that can turn your dumb old TV into a shiny smart TV for less than fifty dollars. Don’t miss these fantastic Prime Day Roku deals.
Roku Express — $22, was $30
The Roku Express is a simple, easy-to-use device which plugs into the back of your TV and has a very simple setup process. Once it’s up and running you can enjoy HD streaming of TV, news, sports, and movies, and you can control it using the included remote control and hook it up using the included HDMI cable. It’s compatible with all your favorite streaming services, like Netflix, Spotify, Disney+, and Amazon Prime Video, and you can also connect the box to the Roku app for iOS or Android to enable yourself to control the streaming experience from your phone and use it as a remote. At just $22, down by $8 for Prime Day, this is the simplest, easiest, and cheapest way to start streaming in high definition on your TV.
Roku Streaming Stick+ — $38, was $50
If you have a larger space and you’re looking for a streaming device option that supports a larger wireless range, you can try out the Roku Streaming Stick+. This has the same options as the Express and the Premiere, but with four times the wireless range and an enhanced remote. That makes it ideal for spaces like basements where other streaming devices might struggle to cover the entire space. With $12 off for Prime Day, you can pick up a Streaming Stick+ for $38 this weekend.
However, if for any reason you miss these deals, there are always Black Friday Roku deals to look forward to.
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