SARATOGA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Roku
Inc. today announced its full lineup of Black Friday deals to help
consumers plan their streaming shopping strategy this holiday season.
Beginning this Wednesday at 9:01pm PT, the company is offering deep
discounts on three Roku® players that meet a variety
of streaming needs: the Roku 3 with voice search for $79.99; the tiny
and portable Roku Streaming Stick® for $39.99; and the
limited-time, limited-quantity Roku SE for $25. These deals will be
and in store from national retailers.
Consumers can also find excellent deals on a number of Roku TV™ models
during Black Friday weekend, including a 32” TCL
Roku TV for just $125 and a 55’’ TCL Roku TV for just $348 from
select national retailers, including Walmart, both online and in store.
In addition to Roku streaming player and Roku TV deals, Roku is offering
customers who purchase and activate a Roku player or Roku TV™
model between now and January 16, 2016 content offers from Hulu,
CinemaNow, SHOWTIME and others valued at up to $100. These offers
include three months of the Hulu Limited Commercials plan, three free HD
movie rentals from CinemaNow, and a one month free trial of SHOWTIME®.
Additional offers include free trials of HBO NOW, Netflix, and more. For
a list of all content offers including complete details, eligibility,
and terms and conditions of individual content offers visit: www.roku.com/offers.
All of the streaming players included in Roku’s Black Friday deals
- Roku OS 7, the company’s newest built-for-TV operating system
- 1080p full HD video streaming and a simple user interface
Access to nearly 3,000 streaming channels including 300,000 movies and
Search for movies, TV shows, actors and directors across 20+ top
streaming channels and easily see available streaming options by price
and availability; plus follow and receive notifications for box office
movies and other entertainment when available for streaming
Roku Mobile App for iOS or Android offers mobile access to key
features such as Roku Search, Roku Feed, Remote Control, Play on Roku
Roku has the most complete lineup of streaming players available this
holiday season, making it easy to find a streaming player that meets the
needs of every streamer. In addition to the Roku 3, Roku Streaming
Stick, and Roku SE, consumers can also find the newly released Roku 4
for 4K UHD and HD streaming, the powerful Roku 2, and the Roku 1 that
works with older TVs.
About Roku, Inc.
Roku is the creator of a popular streaming platform for delivering
entertainment to the TV. Roku streaming players and the Roku Streaming
Stick® are made by Roku and sold through major
retailers in the U.S., Canada, the U.K., the Republic of Ireland, Mexico
and France. Roku licenses a reference design and operating system to TV
manufacturers to create co-branded Roku TV models. Under the Roku Powered™
program, Roku licenses its streaming platform to Pay TV providers around
the world who want to use the Internet to deliver entertainment services
through streaming players. Roku was founded by Anthony Wood, inventor of
the DVR. Roku is privately held and headquartered in Saratoga, Calif.,
Roku and Streaming Stick are registered trademarks and Roku TV and Roku
Powered are trademarks of Roku, Inc. in the U.S. and in other countries.