TL;DR: Buy the game-changing Roku Premiere+ 4K streaming player for only $39 at Walmart. You save $10, plus you get a free 30-day trial of Showtime, Starz, and Epix through the Roku channel.
There is so much we can stream this weekend, but have you considered how you actually stream? Say you want to watch movies or catch the week’s biggest football games. You need a better way to watch on a big TV without having to deal with annoying pre-installed smart apps. A streaming device brings all of your favorite services together in a simple package and remote, and one of your best options right now is this special Roku offer.
Watch nonstop when you get the Roku Premiere+ 4K HDR streaming player for $39 at Walmart. With your $10 discount, you also get a free 30-day trial of Showtime, Starz, and Epix on the Roku channel, a value of $25.97. So in case you don’t have enough to watch already, now you can get hooked on another TV series or two this month.
For anyone new to Roku, they’re a better way to stream anything on your TV. Just plug it into your TV’s HDMI input, complete the simple setup, then just play instantly. Roku provides over 500,000 movies and TV episodes in total. That includes free content on the Roku channel or major channels such as ABC, CW, and YouTube. If you have paid subscriptions, Roku makes it easy to connect your accounts with Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, and other major providers.
So how does the Roku Premiere+ compare to other Roku devices? This model is built to support high-quality streaming on your brand new 4K TV. The Premiere+ makes sure you enjoy a crystal clear, Ultra HD picture and support for HDR so you get brighter images. Best of all for true couch potatoes, the Premiere+ includes a voice remote so you can search for your favorite shows. Sometimes typing can be a real struggle when you’ve reached the end of your Downton Abbey binge.
But streaming no longer has to be a struggle with your new Roku player. So ditch your TV’s confusing smart apps and make the switch while you save some cash on a new Roku Premiere+.