Black Friday is nearly upon us, and this year, consumers around the country are once again looking for devices that help them to stream their favorite shows and movies from services like Netflix, Hulu and HBO Now. Whether it’s to take a first step towards streaming, or to finally replace the clunky apps on the aged smart TV, there are plenty of good reasons to buy a new streaming device — and thanks to a number of deals, getting these kinds of boxes, sticks and adapters is also cheaper than ever.
Here’s a selection of some of the best deals for Netflix fans and would-be cord cutters:
Roku is selling a new, limited edition $25 Roku SE player starting on Black Friday through its own site as well as via Amazon.com, Best Buy and Kohl’s.
Fry’s will sell the Roku SE for just $19, the Roku 3 for $68 (usually $100) and the Roku streaming stick for $34 (usually $50).
Walmart will sell a 32″ Roku TV for just $125 (down from $267).
Google is going to offer a 2-pack of Chromecast streaming adapters or Chromecast Audio adapters for $50 (compared to $70) through its online store.
Best Buy, Costco, Office Depot, Officemax and Staples all also sell the twofer for $50.
Walmart is selling Chromecasts for $20 (down from $35). However, the ad shows a first-generation Chromecast.
Amazon Fire TV
Best Buy and Staples are also selling the Fire TV for $75 (regular $100) and the Fire TV stick for $25 (regular $40).
Target will sell the previous-generation Apple TV for $59 (regular $79).
NVidia is selling the NVidia Shield Android TV game console / streaming box for $100 off when purchased with a game controller.
Tablo.com is selling a refurbished two-tuner version of the networked DVR for cord cutters for $150 (regular $175).
NewEgg is selling the two-tuner Tablo for $30 off and the four-tuner Tablo for $70 off with a coupon code mentioned on its website. However, this deal ends on Thanksgiving Day.
We may add additional deals as they become available. Some of these offers may only be available in store, check retailers’ websites for details.