Deal: Roku Streaming Stick (2017 Edition) for $39 - May 2018

B&H Photo has discounted the Roku Streaming Stick, bringing the price down to just $39.99. That's a great price for the Roku Streaming Stick, considering this is usually priced at $49.99. This brings it back down to its all-time lowest price, and makes it a great buy for anyone looking to add Roku to their entertainment system or even to a second TV in the house.

The Roku Streaming Stick is a small HDMI streaming stick that you can plug into the back of your TV and essentially turn your TV into a smart TV without buying an entirely new TV. This brings a ton of great apps that are already available on the Roku platform, which includes things like YouTube, Netflix, Sling TV, DIRECTV NOW, HBO NOW, Amazon Prime Video and so much more. The Roku Streaming Stick does come with its own remote control which is pretty handy, since it does have a headphone jack included. This allows you to watch TV with your headphones on and not disturb other people. It's a pretty small feature, but one that Roku users absolutely love. Additionally, the Roku Streaming Stick can be used to get rid of your cable company, as there are a ton of great cord cutting apps available on Roku right now, and even streaming TV apps so you can cut the cord much easier than you could in the past, which is a great thing here.

At B&H Photo, you do get free expedited shipping, and if you purchase before 4PM EST today, it will ship from its New York City warehouse today. Those that live closer to the State of New York will get it sooner, but it should arrive within two business days. There's no taxes being collected unless you reside in the state of New York or New Jersey.

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