If you’re in the market for a new streaming device, then you probably already know most of the big names in the game. There’s Amazon Fire TV, Nvidia Shield, and more, but there are also plenty of options from Roku. With Amazon Prime Day going on, you can find a ton of great deals on Roku set-top boxes, streaming sticks, and smart TVs with the Roku OS.
Roku is a great option for cord-cutters, with numerous devices at different price points and hundreds of apps to access your favorite content. Roku even works with Disney Plus now for all of your Star Wars streaming needs. We’ve put together some of the best plug-in options as well as some smart TVs in case you want to upgrade even more.
Amazon Prime Day Roku deals: here’s what is available right now
Amazon Prime Day is going on right now, and the Roku deals are flowing. Whether you want a smart TV or just a new streaming device, Amazon has you covered. While the deals may not be as steep as the Fire TV alternatives, this is a perfect time to save money and upgrade your entertainment. Here are the best deals we’ve got so far:
- Roku Express for $21 ($8.99 off)
- Roku Streaming Stick Plus for $37 ($12.99 off)
- Roku Premiere for $27 ($12.99 off)
- TCL 43-Inch 4K Roku TV for $229.99 ($101 off)
- Hisense 43-inch 4K Roku TV for $239.99 ($30 off)
None of these deals quite what you’re looking for? Here are other non-Prime deals out there right now:
Best cheap Roku deals:
- Roku Express HD
- Roku Premiere
- Premiere Plus
- Roku Streaming Stick Plus
- Roku Ultra with JBL Headphones
- TCL 43-inch 4K Roku Smart TV
- TCL 65-inch 4K QLED Roku Smart TV
Ironically, most of these deals come from Amazon — home of the Fire TV — but that also means that they tend to change frequently. We’ll do our best to keep the list up to date with new savings.
1. Roku Express HD
The easiest, most affordable place to start is with the Roku Express HD. All you have to do to get started is plug it into an HDMI cable and get connected to the internet, and then stream to your heart’s content. Roku Express HD offers picture quality up to 1080p, although it doesn’t have the same voice remote as some of the more expensive options.
2. Roku Premiere
The Roku Premiere very easy to set up, and it supports higher-quality content than the Roku Express. Where the Express only supports 1080p content, the Premiere streams up to 4K UHD at 60fps with HDR10 and HLG. You can still access the full catalog of apps and features, but the Premiere doesn’t support a voice remote either.
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3. Roku Premiere Plus
We’ve mentioned the voice remote twice already, and the Roku Premiere Plus is where it comes into play. If you really don’t want to use buttons to navigate your content, use simple voice commands to find all of your favorite shows. Other than the voice remote, the Premiere Plus is generally the same as the Premiere in terms of streaming quality.
4. Roku Streaming Stick Plus
The Roku Streaming Stick Plus has the longest range of any Roku device thanks to its powerful wireless receiver. That means you can easily deliver voice commands and pick shows from across the room. Setup is as easy as always — just two simple steps. We’ve actually reviewed the Streaming Stick Plus, so find out more here if you’re still undecided.
5. Roku Ultra with JBL Earbuds
The Roku Ultra is the largest and most powerful streaming device in the family. To make the Roku Ultra even better, it comes with a pair of premium JBL earbuds for private listening through the voice remote. It also features an ethernet cable for wired streaming and an internet connection.
6. TCL 43-inch 4K Roku Smart TV
The 43-inch TCL 4K Roku Smart TV combines the best parts of a Roku device with a Smart TV for easy setup and high-quality streaming. You can stream in 4K resolution with HDR10 and add other peripherals with three HDMI ports. The included remote control retains the simplicity of Roku devices with just 20 buttons and voice control.
7. TCL 65-inch 4K QLED Roku Smart TV
The last offer on the list may not exactly be a cheap Roku deal, but 65-inch QLED Smart TVs rarely come cheap. TCL has boosted the screen to 65 inches, added a QLED screen, and kept the 4K resolution to take its Roku Smart TV to the next level. The 6-Series TV uses Dolby Vision, HDR10, CCZ Technology, and wide color for maximum viewing enjoyment.