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Select Roku Owners: Roku Express HD Streaming Player + 30-Day HBO Max Trial EXPIRED

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Roku is Offering Select Roku Owners (who own older models of Roku devices): Roku Express HD Streaming Player on sale for $4.99 when you apply promo code WELCOME10. Shipping is free.

Thanks Deal Editor SlickDealio for sharing and community member Vietty for contributing to this deal

Deal Instructions:
  1. Click here and log in to your Roku Account
  2. Look for Roku Express $9.99 Pop-Up Offer
  3. Click Add Offer
  4. In cart, apply promo code WELCOME10
  5. Your total will be $4.99 + free shipping.
Additionally, Roku offers New Subscribers: 30-Day HBO Max Trial for Free when you Purchase and Activate Roku Device.
  1. Purchase a new Roku Streaming Device
  2. Activate it by connecting to the internet and linking to your new or existing Roku account between 10/1/21 and 1/14/22 to see if you qualify to receive 30 days of HBO Max included with your purchase.

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  • About Roku Express HD Offer:
    • This Roku Express Offer is part of their incentive for you to upgrade Roku Device as Select Older models will no longer be supported.
    • Offer is valid through 10/23/2021 or while supplies lasts
    • Our research indicates that Roku Express HD is $20 less (80% Savings) than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $24.99
  • HBO Max Trial Terms:
    • The Promotional offer is for new HBO Max subscribers only.
      The new Roku device must be activated by January 14, 2022 and you must subscribe to HBO Max by January 21, 2022 in order to qualify for this 30-day HBO Max promotional offer
    • Offer available to U.S. residents only.
    • After the 30-day promotional period, Roku will charge your payment method the then current subscription price for your HBO Max monthly plan (currently $14.99 per month plus applicable taxes for the HBO Max Ad-Free plan and $9.99 per month plus applicable taxes for the HBO Max With Ads plan) on a recurring basis until you cancel your HBO Max subscription.
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https://my.roku.com/upgrade/prime...de/details

Login to your Roku account and there should be a pop-up window w/ the $9.99 offer.

Update: Use promo code WELCOME10 for the price to drop to $4.99 + Free Shipping. Thanks Vietty

Exclusive upgrade for Prime Video viewers! Save 65% plus free shipping when you upgrade your classic player to a more powerful Roku Express today.

Ends 10/13/2021, while supplies last. Free ground shipping during offer period. - Extended to 10/23/2021

This should make you eligible for some Roku offers. I see an offer for 30-day of HBO Max if you buy a new Roku.

Go to https://www.roku.com/offers for the offers.

HBO Max offer - https://www.roku.com/offers/hbomax

*Purchase a new Roku streaming device and activate it by connecting to the internet and linking to your new or existing Roku account between 10/1/21 and 1/14/22 to see if you qualify to receive 30 days of HBO Max included with your purchase. Promotional offer is for new HBO Max subscribers only. The new Roku device must be activated by January 14, 2022 and you must subscribe to HBO Max by January 21, 2022 in order to qualify for this 30-day HBO Max promotional offer (the "Roku Offer"). Qualifying customers can visit: www.roku.com/offers/hbomax [roku.com] for instructions on how to redeem the Roku Offer. Offer available to U.S. residents only. Offer is non-transferable and may only be used once. Offer cannot be combined with any other promotional or free trial offer for HBO Max. If you choose to switch subscription plans during your 30-day promotional period, you may lose the benefit of your promotional offer. This Roku Offer requires enrollment in a monthly HBO Max subscription plan (either HBO Max Ad-Free or HBO Max With Ads) and provision of a valid payment method for continued service after the promotional period. Must be 18+ and a U.S. resident. To cancel your subscription and avoid being charged, you must cancel before the end of the 30-day promotional period. After the 30-day promotional period, Roku will charge your payment method the then current subscription price for your HBO Max monthly plan (currently $14.99 per month plus applicable taxes for the HBO Max Ad-Free plan and $9.99 per month plus applicable taxes for the HBO Max With Ads plan) on a recurring basis until you cancel your HBO Max subscription. Use of HBO Max is subject to its own terms and conditions and privacy policy, see hbomax.com/terms-of-use and https://www.hbomax.com/privacy for details. Refurbished Roku players are not eligible for this promotion.

Amazon will no longer be supporting the Prime Video app on your Roku device (The specific models no longer supported are: 3500X, 2710X, 2720X, 2700X, 3050X, 3100X, 2400X, 3000X, 2500X, 2450X, 3400X, and 3420X) as of 1st November, 2021. We are continually upgrading our service and this occasionally means we can no longer support certain device models.
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nw2this asked this question on 10-15-2021 at 10:16 AM
10-15-2021 at 12:32 PM
yes it does
10-15-2021 at 12:56 PM
Yes
JamesDover asked this question on 10-12-2021 at 07:04 PM
10-13-2021 at 04:10 AM
no, only the TV
gibsonbass asked this question on 10-13-2021 at 12:27 PM
10-13-2021 at 06:58 PM
According to Roku product description, yes.

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I never get any of the Roku offers 😥
I would agree with you if Roku makes money off these players, but they really don't. They make money off you using it i.e. ads and digital in-Roku purchases, so they are better off supporting it as long as possible.

Most of these are more of a loss leader to get you into or keep you in their ecosystem.
Even a slicker deal for those that are seeing it for $9.99...use coupon code WELCOME10 and it's only $4.99 with free shipping.

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That's BS. Prime won't work anymore on older units. For what reason?
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I never get any of the Roku offers 😥
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Thanks! I didn't get the popup window but I was able to add the offer using the link you provided.
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That's BS. Prime won't work anymore on older units. For what reason?
The reason being they can make more money by making a perfectly working product obsolete. They are also creating unnecessary waste, which I won't delve into.

Looking at phone companies that no longer provide firmware updates after a few years.
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Thanks! I definitely don't need this, as I just bought a Roku Ultra a couple of months ago, but it's good to have a back up. The link took me right to the discount page.
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$19.99 for me. Would've bit for $9.99.
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Which Roku has best WiFi range?

Hooked a TV up in my garage and my old Roku stick gets a signal, but it's weak. The stick has always been slow to load pages and apps, so an upgrade was due anyway.
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The reason being they can make more money by making a perfectly working product obsolete. They are also creating unnecessary waste, which I won't delve into.

Looking at phone companies that no longer provide firmware updates after a few years.
I would agree with you if Roku makes money off these players, but they really don't. They make money off you using it i.e. ads and digital in-Roku purchases, so they are better off supporting it as long as possible.

Most of these are more of a loss leader to get you into or keep you in their ecosystem.
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I was so excited, until I saw that it uses an IR remote. I can't go back to having to point at the TV. Otherwise, great deal.
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Just ran into this. It's almost certainly the amount of flash storage on the old devices being 256M. Amazon prime doesn't seem to load over the network and all/most apps stop working when you get close or go over the 256M limit. New devices have 4GB
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Anyone having issues with NOT being able to checkout using Paypal or even the regular Credit Card pay method?

At checkout it's defaulting to "Roku Pay". I switch that to CC, enter my info in, hit submit, and it loops me BACK to the shopping cart screen again. Same with Paypal.
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Quote from cantstoplooking :
The reason being they can make more money by making a perfectly working product obsolete. They are also creating unnecessary waste, which I won't delve into.

Looking at phone companies that no longer provide firmware updates after a few years.
Believe or not, they would prefer that you could continue using your old device as each time they limit their devices that's a smaller market. These devices are OLD. Developing for them is not a good experience. Roku should of included these in their list of deprecations back in 2019.
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