TCL Roku TVNow is the best time of year to get a new Roku streaming device, TV, or audio product. Whether you’re a new cord cutter or you’re just looking to upgrade your streaming entertainment setup, there are some great 2019 Roku Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals going on that can save you a lot of money.

Remember, all Roku deals listed below are only available while supplies last, so if you want something, you should jump on it quick before it’s gone.

 

Roku Black Friday & Cyber Monday Deals 2019

Roku Streaming Devices

Roku’s line of streaming players are some of the best on the market. Just connect the streaming player to your TV, and you’ll have access to thousands of streaming apps, like Netflix, Sling TV, Hulu, Disney+, and more!

Here are the Roku Black Friday and Cyber Monday offers on their streaming devices:

Roku TVs

If you’re looking for a brand new TV, we highly recommend getting a Roku TV as they already have their top of the line streaming player built into the television, providing a way better user experience and app support than other smart TVs.

Check out these Roku Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals on their smart TVs:

Additionally, Walmart will be offering some exclusive in-store Roku Black Friday deals on 11/29 that include:

  • $98 for 40″ HD Roku TV
  • $148 for 50″ 4K Roku TV
  • $190 for 58″ 4K Roku TV

Roku Audio Products

In addition to streaming devices and smart TVs, Roku recently launched a line of audio products, including its Smart Soundbar and Wireless Subwoofer. These are great home theater additions for rounding out your streaming experience.

Here are the Roku Black Friday & Cyber Monday deals on their audio products:

 

We will continue to keep this article updated if any new Roku Black Friday deals or Cyber Monday offers are announced.

Chris Brantner

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Chris Brantner follows the streaming video industry closely and has reported on it for years. He's also the editor in chief for Streaming Observer. Email him at [email protected] Disclosure: Streaming Observer is supported by readers. Articles may contain referral links. For more information, see the disclosure at the bottom of the page.

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