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Roku Premiere discounted by $16 at Walmart for Black Friday

Walmart’s Black Friday deals have a lot to offer, with some great discounts on smart home gadgets. You can currently get the Roku Premiere streaming player for just $24 right now — down $16 from its original price of $40. If you’ve been on the hunt for a cheap streaming device, this is it. Buy the Roku Premiere streaming device now before you miss your chance.

With so many streaming platforms available, having either a smart TV or streaming stick is extremely important — just so we aren’t glued to our laptops or desktops all day. At just $24, Roku Premiere is a great deal for anyone looking to upgrade their TV viewing experience. You need to act quickly though, at such a low price we expect stocks to sell out very soon.

Roku Premiere gives you access to all your favorite streaming platforms including Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, Apple TV, and more. You even get three months free of Apple TV+ with the purchase and activation of this device. What’s more, all your viewing content will be optimized to your TV so can binge-watch all the best shows in striking clarity. The setup is easy, too: Plug it into your TV, connect to the internet, and you’re good to go. Roku Premiere is even compatible with AirPlay so you can cast your home videos and photos from your iPhone, iPad, MacBook, and more. There’s even the added benefit of voice assistance. This streaming gadget is compatible with both Google Assistant and Siri, so now you can control your TV completely hands-free. Just ask Google or Siri to cue up a show, turn up the volume, or even play your favorite music.

At just $24, the Roku Premiere streaming media player is a steal. Once you upgrade to Roku Premiere, you’ll never miss your traditional TV experience ever again. You can even pick up a new TV to use with Roku Premiere with these Black Friday TV deals. There are discounts aplenty so make sure you take advantage of these deals today.

More Roku deals available now

If you’re looking for another Roku device get shopping with these other Black Friday Roku deals right now. Also, check out the best available Black Friday deals for all your holiday shopping needs. Remember, this is the last major shopping event of the year — act fast!

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

$90 $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

$200 $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)

$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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Roku Premiere

$35 $40
The Roku Premiere is the cheapest way to get 4K, and buying it refurbished can save you a bit more.
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32-inch TCL 3-Series FHD TV

$148 $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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Roku Streambar 4K HDR Streaming Media Player & Bluetooth TV Speaker

$102 $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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