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Super Bowl LV is this weekend and the Big Game is looking to be one sweet battle between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Aside from all the NFL action, we’re looking forward to the new commercials and over-the-top halftime show this Sunday too.
If you’re searching for the best way to stream the Super Bowl (hint: you can find it on CBS Sports and CBS All Access this year), consider Roku. Right now, you can save up to 30 percent on nearly every Roku streamer and soundbar at Amazon. Prices start as low as $25!
And after Super Bowl Sunday, you’ll still have a bright and shiny Roku that can access more than 500,000 streaming channels—such as Netflix, Disney+, Hulu, HBO Max, ESPN+, Prime Video and more. That’s more than any other streaming platform out there, including Google TV, Chromecast, Fire TV and Apple TV.
With the soundbars featured below, you can drastically improve your TV’s audio, so you can hear every hard hit and play call from Super Bowl LV.
If you have Amazon Prime, you’ll get free shipping, of course. Not yet a member? No problem. You can sign up for your free 30-day trial here. (And by the way, those without Prime still get free shipping on orders of $25 or more.) And if you order now, you can get the streamer or soundbar of your dreams before kick-off too.
Shop the Roku deals below:
On sale for $25 (was $35), the Roku Premiere consists of only three pieces: The streaming device itself, a Roku remote, and a cable to plug into your TV. That’s it. It’s super simple.
“Easy to setup. Easy to use. Works great,” raved a delighted five-star reviewer. “I have been using Roku since they first came out and every version gets better. This one will not disappoint. I have owned many of them and right now I have three of this model in my house. I cut the cord [with my cable provider] a year ago, and it's nearly impossible to do that without a Roku.”
One of the best ways to upgrade a TV is to simply add a streaming device to it. It’s a great opportunity to get access to Netflix, Hulu and HBO Max while also giving an old TV new life. Enter the Roku Streaming Stick+, a small, lightweight tool that instantly converts a behind-the-times TV into a streaming powerhouse.
“The Roku Streaming Stick+ is simply awesome,” shared a satisfied Amazon shopper. “It's super easy to set up, it's powered by your TV and the signal booster that is built into the USB cable ensures a strong wireless connection. This thing attaches entirely to the back of your TV and is completely out of sight once it's installed. I bought this for use with a bedroom TV because I didn't want any unnecessary electronics cluttering up the room, and I couldn't be happier.”
And right now, the Roku Streaming Stick+ is on sale for just $39, or $12 off its list price.
The Roku Ultra—on sale for $79, or $21 off, at Amazon—is one of the company’s most powerful and speedy streaming devices. It supports Wi-Fi and wired streaming via Ethernet for a more reliable and steady HD and 4K picture. Translation: You’ll have very little loading time or buffering when launching streaming channels or heavy-streaming 4K movies and shows.
The remote also comes with a headphone jack, so you can listen to your TV without disturbing the rest of your household. Just plug the included JBL headphones into the remote to automatically go into private viewing mode.
“I've had my Roku for almost a year now and it's excellent,” shared a five-star reviewer. “Everything works wonderfully as described. I also have the Roku stick and the Amazon Fire TV Stick. I prefer the Roku interface and abundance of channels options...The setup is easy, even assigning the additional channel buttons. I love the remote finder capability as I've had my remote drop a couple of times between the couch cushions.”
On sale for $109 (was $130), the Roku Streambar features the best of both worlds as a high quality video streaming device and a premium audio soundbar. Not only can you access the Roku platform, but it also upgrades your home audio with robust sound and thumping bass. It’s even built with Apple Airplay 2, so you can cast video and music from your iPhone, iPad or MacBook to it with ease. This soundbar is ideal for smaller living rooms and bedrooms.
“Great, small Roku soundbar! I needed a small soundbar, so I jumped at the opportunity to buy the Roku Streambar,” shared a five-star Amazon reviewer. “It works like a charm...”
If you have a bare-bones 4K TV (no smart home or video streaming features), no worries: Upgrading its audio and adding video streaming to it is super convenient. Enter the Roku Smart Soundbar, which is on sale for $150, or $30 off at Amazon. It plugs into your TV with just one high-speed HDMI cable (included).
It’s Bluetooth-enabled for syncing to smartphones, tablets and laptops, so you can stream from your device straight to the soundbar, plus you can also pair it with other Bluetooth speakers for a more immersive viewing experience. The soundbar hybrid even features a ‘quiet mode’ too. This is for those occasions when watching live TV and the commercials come in much louder than the programming. With this feature, everything stays at the same volume level. And shoppers love that there’s only one remote for streamer and soundbar.
“This Roku Smart Soundbar is awesome,” raved a happy TV watcher. “The sound from it is a room filling, theater quality, Hi-Fi experience! Furthermore, it was super easy to hook up to the TV. One HDMI cable to the TV and one power cord to the wall outlet. The Roku remote turns my TV on and off and controls the TV volume thus eliminating the need for two remotes. Super easy and intuitive! Definitely worth the money.”
It has video streaming built-in too. The soundbar is back in stock on March 5, but you can pre-order it now to lock in this sale price.
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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