Why wait for Roku, Fire TV and Chromecast devices, and we've pulled them all together here. This page assembles the top deals at , , and elsewhere. Many of these sales were advertised as starting Nov. 22 through 25, but nearly all of them are already live. The highlights:? The sales have already started on nearly all of our favorite
- Roku devices at new all-time lows, including $29 for our Editors' Choice Roku Streaming Stick Plus, and $99 for the new Roku Streambar.
- Fire TV Sticks and Fire TV devices back to all-time lows, starting at just $18.
- The new Chromecast with a nice discount, or you can get the older Chromecast for under $20 in just a few days.
Truth be told, we'd reach for a Roku, or the Chromecast with Google TV, before the Fire Stick, but Amazon's streamer deals have been really good as well recently and . The great takeaway here is that all of these devices are at or near all-time low prices, and they're all a great way to upgrade older TVs to the latest streaming platforms.
Note that prices and availability were accurate at the time of publication, but they may fluctuate.
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The Roku Streaming Stick Plus 4K is our favorite streamer, and at only 30 bucks it will be pretty untouchable in terms of value for money. The Stick offers hundreds of apps, the excellent Roku interface and a robust, voice-controlling remote. Read our Roku Streaming Stick Plus review.
Google's new Chromecast with Google TV has a lot to like, including a revamped interface, 4K HDR with Dolby Vision support, a real remote and excellent integration with Google Assistant. In a Google Store exclusive deal, the search giant is bundling its normally $50 streamer with six months of Netflix's Standard plan for $90. The deal is available to both new and existing Netflix subscribers. Read our Chromecast with Google TV review.
Like the Roku Ultra, the Streambar came out about 10 seconds ago and it's also getting a healthy discount. For the same price as the Ultra on a normal day, the Streambar blends a capable 4K streamer with a dialogue-enhancing soundbar. It even tosses in Bluetooth for good measure. Read our Roku Streambar review.
The 2019 Roku SE is a barebones Roku that can handle all your streaming needs. It isn't as fast as the Streaming Stick Plus and doesn't include Roku's more useful enhanced remote (which has a microphone for voice control and doesn't require you to point directly at the TV). It also lacks 4K support and new features like AirPlay. It is, however, just $17 and should be fine for basic streaming.
The SE is pretty much identical to the $25 Roku Express aside from the white color.
Last month we saw a lot of deals on the end-of-life Roku Ultra, but the 2020 model has barely been out and it's getting discounted already. From what we've seen it's a significant upgrade -- with Dolby Vision and better wireless performance -- and at $69 it's a pretty great deal. Read our Roku Ultra 2020 review.
The Fire TV Cube combines an Alexa voice-controlled speaker, a Fire TV 4K video streamer and a universal remote control into one device. If you like using your voice to control the TV -- not to mention other devices in your Alexa-friendly household -- it may well be worth taking the plunge on this interesting all-in-one product, marked down from $120 to $80. Note that this is the newest (2019) version, which has added some nice improvements since we first evaluated it in 2018. Read more about the Fire TV Cube.
The Fire TV Recast is one of the easiest ways to record and stream over-the-air TV. It integrates seamlessly with a Fire TV Stick and at $100 off it's an incredible bargain. Read our Fire TV Recast review.
The Roku Premiere is basically the Streaming Stick Plus (same channels, streams at 4K HDR quality) in a tabletop case, but without the better remote that also controls your TV's volume and power. We'd recommend spending the extra $5 for the Stick Plus, but this is otherwise a solid streamer. Read our Roku Premiere review.
Normally $30, the new-for-2020 Fire Stick Lite will go back on sale at Amazon for Black Friday. This stick delivers 1080p streaming and an Alexa-powered voice remote, and just added the HBO Max app (Peacock is still MIA), and is CNET's top pick for budget streamers, period. Read our Fire TV Stick Lite review.
The big thing missing from the Fire TV Stick Lite is a remote that controls your TV's power and volume. The 2020 Fire TV Stick has that remote, and for Amazon's Black Friday sale it will be marked down from $40 to $28. But unless you really want to save $2, you should get the Fire TV Stick 4K (below) instead, which adds support for 4K TV resolution to the mix. Read our Fire TV Stick 2020 review.
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Want a Chromecast but don't care for the new Google TV software or remote? Google's prior Chromecast will drop to $19 at Walmart for Black Friday. This appears to be the regular Chromecast -- not the 4K capable Chromecast Ultra -- but if you don't mind running apps from your phone, tablet or computer this is a good, cheap pick. Oh, and $5 in Vudu credit is included, too. Read our Chromecast review.
Roku's exclusive version of the Ultra for Walmart has dropped to $48. While it's the 2019 version, it normally retails for $79 and is a capable Roku box that packs in 4K HDR support, an Ethernet jack and includes a remote with a headphone jack for private listening. While largely similar to the main Ultra, unfortunately, the Ultra LT drops the remote finder feature and programmable keys on the remote. Read our comparison of the Ultra LT and other Rokus.
It's not a 2020 model like the two above but this is still the best deal. It's the only Fire stick with the ability to play back 4K HDR video, and at just $2 more than the standard, non-4K stick, it's worth the investment even if you don't have a 4K TV already. Read our Fire TV Stick 4K review.