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March Madness is in full swing, and if you’re a college basketball lover, nothing beats getting to watch your favorite team dominate the NCAA’s most exciting event of the year from the comfort of your very own couch. And right now, you can upgrade your home entertainment set-up and score huge savings in the process on the best affordable streaming device we’ve ever tested.
For today only at Walmart, you can get Roku Streaming Stick+ for $20 off its regular price. While you can get it for the same price on Amazon, the Walmart deal is really the one you need to pounce on, because the Roku Streaming Stick+ also comes with three free months of CBS All-Access under the commercial-free plan. That works out to be an additional savings of $29.97, making this the best deal for this streaming device that we’ve ever seen.
While most streaming sticks struggle to compete with the speed that full-size streaming boxes offer, the Roku Streaming Stick+ is a major exception. In our testing, it held its own against the competition, delivering full 4K and HDR over WiFi just as well as the Roku Ultra, but with the added convenience of being more lightweight, affordable, and travel-friendly. It also comes with an easy-to-use remote that has built-in voice search and offers full control over your TV’s power and volume, plus you can use it to stream all your favorite shows on Netflix, Hulu, and other streaming platforms.
All in all, it’s an amazing deal right now, and the fact that you can get the Roku Streaming Stick+ with three months of free CBS All-Access coverage makes it even better.
While March Madness is broadcasting across multiple networks, you can use the CBS All-Access subscription to stream the biggest events of the year, including the Final Four® and the Championship Game. You can also use it to catch up on Star Trek Discovery and check out Jordan Peele’s reboot of The Twilight Zone when it premieres on CBS on April 1.
Prices are accurate at the time this article was published, but may change over time.
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