The 2019 Roku Express has fallen to its best price to date at Amazon

Roku already makes some of the most inexpensive video streaming devices on the market, and the latest Roku Express (opens in new tab) just got even more affordable with a price drop to $24. The updated device only just went on sale this month at $30, which is already a stellar entry-level price, though its current sale price makes it even more tempting. You can get the same deal at Walmart (opens in new tab) too.

Roku's newest Express only just hit the market this month, and you can already save on it with this deal. It's more compact than its predecessor and adds HD streaming to any TV via HDMI. Use it to access all the streaming services you know and love. (opens in new tab)
Roku's newest Express only just hit the market this month, and you can already save on it with this deal. It's more compact than its predecessor and adds HD streaming to any TV via HDMI. Use it to access all the streaming services you know and love.

The deal given is no longer valid and we do not have a better one. However, we have found some similar deals

Roku SE media streaming player

Roku SE media streaming player (opens in new tab)

$17.00 $50.00 Save $33

We call this a "Your Miles May Vary" deal because it won't apply to all. Check the product page to see if local pickup or shipping is available. If so, you're in luck because this is a crazy cheap way to gain access to Roku's content library.

Roku Express Premiere Streaming Stick Plus media streaming devices

Roku Express Premiere Streaming Stick Plus media streaming devices (opens in new tab)

$21.99 $30.00 Save $8

Each device gives you access to Roku's content library, including over 500,000 movies and TV episodes. Access all your favorite apps like Netflix, YouTube, and Disney+. Upgrade to the more expensive devices for 4K, voice control, and more.

Roku Premiere 4K media streaming device

Roku Premiere 4K media streaming device

$29.99 $40.00 Save $10

You get full access to Roku's streaming library, which includes your favorite apps like Netflix or YouTube. Stream in HD or 4K and with HDR content support. Has a simple, easy-to-use remote. Use app on iOS or Android mobile app for more control.

Roku Streaming Stick Plus 4K media streaming device

Roku Streaming Stick Plus 4K media streaming device

$39.99 $50.00 Save $10

Gain access to Roku's streaming platform, which includes all the major apps like Netflix and Hulu plus thousands of shows and movies. Stream in 4K with support for HDR content. Turn your mobile device into a remote control. Compatible with most TVs.

Roku 4K HDR streaming stick+

Roku 4K HDR streaming stick+ (opens in new tab)

$38.99 $49.99 Save $11

The Roku Express is extremely easy to setup. Simply plug it in using the included HDMI cable and connect it to power, either via your TV's USB port or by connecting it to an AC outlet. Punch in your Wi-Fi details and you'll soon have access to free TV, live news, sports, streaming services, and more. Roku supports the likes of Hulu, Netflix, Prime Video, and even Apple's upcoming TV+ service so you'll never run out of content to watch.

The main difference between the 2019 Roku Express and the previous generation (opens in new tab) is the redesigned shape. Roku says that should help it blend in better with your TV — you can even affix it to the bottom of your TV with its adhesive strip if you want. Since the remote needs line of sight to the Roku for infrared, that's not a bad idea. In terms of functionality, it's basically the same as the older model.

Roku Express supports resolutions up to 1080p, though the updated Roku Ultra (opens in new tab) can be used for 4K streams if you're all-in on UHD content. The included remote is also voice-activated so you can easily search for content across the top channels without typing out show titles and trawling through menus. Download the free Roku mobile app and get access to private listening, voice search from your smartphone, and more.

If you're unsure which Roku is right for you, check out our comprehensive guide to Roku hardware. If you're looking to ditch cable completely, we can also help you choose the best streaming device to do that.

Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at [@adamoram](https://twitter.com/adamoram).