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Roku Premiere + 4K HDR Streaming box @ Walmart.com $50

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The Roku Premiere + Plus is on sale for $49.99 with free shipping (tax might be addl) at Walmart.com. This is model 4630RW, which has 4K and HDR (if your tv supports it), and includes a headphone jack on the remote (for private listening).

This is the cheapest I found for a non refurbished, non-YMMV. It might go on sale further in the next couple weeks, but you may be able to price match/ return if necessary if the price drops.

If you want to check brickseek for any leftover stock in your area for even cheaper:
Roku Premiere+ (2016 Model)
MSRP: $99.99
SKU: 54649027
UPC: 829610001159
http://brickseek.com/walmart-inve...u=54649027

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Roku-P...l/54649027

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$21 or less in some stores.
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Same price as Best Buy's sale a few days ago.
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Walmart is selling the Roku Streaming Stick+ 4K for $48 on BF. Trying to decide which one to buy.
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OP, please add the amazon link to title... in my opinion getting a electronic deal in walmart is not very easy.
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I'm holding out for a BF deal on the Ultra roku or stall for the next Firetv 3 which is due in the coming weeks.
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I'm holding out for a BF deal on the Ultra roku or stall for the next Firetv 3 which is due in the coming weeks.
How is this different than the Ultra model, other than being faster (and is it noticeably faster that is worth the price difference)?
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Walmart is selling the Roku Streaming Stick+ 4K for $48 on BF. Trying to decide which one to buy.
The device gives you a huge advantage over the stick in raw processing power and also has the ability to have a hard-wired Ethernet connection. If you want 4K without buffering, a dedicated ethernet line is the way to go.
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How is this different than the Ultra model, other than being faster (and is it noticeably faster that is worth the price difference)?
I wouldn't pay a lot more for the Ultra but I'm not convinced I need one. Still on my old Roku 2 XD that is overdue for upgrade. https://gizmodo.com/roku-premiere...1787662906
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The Ultra is intended for people with big expensive home theater systems. It includes an optical digital audio port, Dolby Digital and Dolby Digital Plus decoding, and a USB port for playing additional media. It's also got other bells and whistles to justify the $30 jump in price, including a button to help you find your remote when you lose it, and additional buttons on the remote so you can use it to better control games.
actually I'm in the market for a Roku TV if a nice deal on the TCL 55 P series pops up.
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OK, this is the 2016 model, there's been tons of discussion on this deal in the past couple of months. In short, it's pretty unlikely you'll find one of these at any Walmart this late in the game. Additionally, I doubt you'll find any 2016 models on Black Friday.

I ended up buying a couple of the 2016 Ultras from Woot a couple of weeks ago, since the new model doesn't have optical out.
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Walmart has been blowing out all the 2016 Roku stuff. $50 may be the best current deal, but they were on sale a few weeks ago for under $25. Who knows which way the price will go as black friday approaches.....,...if your local stores even have any left.
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The device gives you a huge advantage over the stick in raw processing power and also has the ability to have a hard-wired Ethernet connection. If you want 4K without buffering, a dedicated ethernet line is the way to go.
Sure ethernet is better, but I stream Netflix 4K on my Samsung TV over wifi without any issues. If your wifi signal is strong enough, the typical 4K stream of ~25Mb/sec should be fine over wifi. I don't even use my wireless AC network. Just wireless N due to the better range. See here: https://help.netflix.com/en/node/306
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