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Stream in 4K or HD with the Roku Premiere now on sale for just $29

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Roku Premiere (Image credit: Android Central)

With this year's Super Bowl being the first to ever stream in 4K UHD, it might finally be time for your home to have a 4K-capable streaming media player like the Roku Premiere (opens in new tab). Right now it's on sale for just $29 at select retailers including Amazon. That gives you the chance to score one at nearly its best price in history. It normally sells for $40.

There may be a slight difference in the Roku Premiere's remote control depending on where you buy it. They all feature dedicated Netflix, Hulu, and Sling buttons to bring you to those apps instantly, though the fourth button varies. At Amazon (opens in new tab), the Roku Premiere now features a Disney+ button, while Walmart's (opens in new tab) Roku Premiere features a Vudu button.

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Stream services like Disney+, Netflix, Hulu, and more with a Roku Premiere streaming media player. It connects via HDMI and is suitable for HD or 4K viewing. You can even use an app on your phone as a remote for it.

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In the world of Roku streaming devices (opens in new tab), the Roku Premiere is the least expensive option for getting 4K and HDR content. At this deal price, it costs about the same as the Roku Express (opens in new tab), which doesn't have either of those features. Premiere also has the easy-to-use remote and comes with a high-speed HDMI cable. Over 8,000 users (opens in new tab) give it 4.5 stars out of 5.

Like any Roku device, you'll get full access to Roku's content library of more than 500,000 movies and TV shows. That includes easy access to your favorite apps like Netflix, Hulu, and HBO. It also has voice search across the top channels, and you won't have to pay any extra subscriptions for all of this.

Download the free Roku mobile app available on iOS or Android and you'll never have to worry about losing your remote. You'll get access to private listening, voice search from your smartphone, the ability to change the channel, and more.

With today's purchase, you'll also be able to receive three months of Hulu and Pandora absolutely free! You'll simply have to activate your new Roku streaming media player before February 15.

Alex is a graduate from the University of North Florida with a background in sales and merchandising. When he’s not hunting down the next great deals to post on Thrifter, he can be found making music and working on his eBay business.