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Suntory Roku gin 70cl £16.50 reduced to clear tesco
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Suntory Roku gin 7cl £16.50 reduced to clear tesco Spotted in Tesco cardigan. not sure if national Looks like has good reviews and for £16.50 worth a go

Suntory Roku gin 7cl £16.50 so £165 for the whole bottle (cheeky)


Can you get Netflix on it


I'm a big fan of wild goose gin - although it's hard to get.


Heat from the Chas as this is a great gin at a great price I know these things ;)


Has anyone else found this at a different store? Amazing price but my local Tesco is some distance away.

Roku 4k streaming stick £55 @ Sainsbury's
Found 18th AugFound 18th Aug
Note: Delivery is from free to 2 GBP, unless you can collect from store but I didn't see that option .. price shown doesn't include delivery. Product description "Exceptional w… Read more
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So ordered early Saturday before this item became HOT. Now Sainsbury has phoned and cancelled my order . It doesn't have the item!!!! You can still logon and buy (annoyed) this item, so what's with their stock control system???


Nope, in which case just grab a firestick. This device is more for people that are happy paying for content. You could still grab a lot of stuff through Plex mind you, but in the main this ones about having most of the official services available on the one box. (sorry that sounds derogatory, I don't really mean it to be. People just value content different to each other that's all.)


Surely the most important question is can you sideload apk's on this thing?


It’s not worth the money for non gamers though, £159 entry ain’t cheap when a Now TV is £15/Roku £30 at entry. I’ve had two Roku and a Now TV Smart Box with a Smart TV.


Spotify/Deezer on a TV is pointless, really use a notebook/tablet/phone even with a external decent speaker.

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ROKU express + Hotel Transylvania 1 in HD - £24.99 @ Rakuten TV
Refreshed 1 h, 54 m agoRefreshed 1 h, 54 m ago
Update 20/08 dropped again, from £26.99 - now £24.99 Good offer, good for streaming Movies, Netflix, Now TV, Amazon, Catch up and more Top features: - Easy to use with immedi… Read more
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Poor thing is going in for an operation :S


To be honest the main reason I have the Roku is for the Plex app (streaming films from laptop to TV = win). But I also use Youtube, the Iplayer and something to access worldwide internet radio stations, which all work fine for me. I can knock up youtube playlists then play them on the TV through an 80s Technics amp and speakers. I should probably get into using my mobile more for all this but it was released in 2013 and I've always been a bit of a luddite. Maybe when I upgrade, if it ever dies (it seems indestructible, a first gen Moto G). The idea of actually IRL speaking to a google home device to play music freaks me out. You kids and your ways.


I don't use Flow, I like to use my own playlists and I've found every song I've needed on there (though I do tend to listen to popular music as opposed to more obscure songs). I use Google Home to listen to music (just asking Google to play a playlist or song is so easy) but I guess Roku is quite convenient too. I had Roku in the past but I wasn't impressed because, while most apps were available, they were all outdated and very poor quality (especially the Amazon Prime Video app).


Yeah I could use a bluetooth speaker and cast from the app on my phone but I'm old and set in my ways. At the business end of a bottle of red I like the "convenience" of having everything on the Roku remote. But the Spotify app was bad and the Deezer one is worse. I'm an old John Peel head with a collection of fairly obscure stuff on vinyl. When I try to search for what I like on Deezer then a lot of the time it just throws up more popular artists with similar names, and sometimes it doesn't have the artists I like at all, whereas Spotify did. The "flow" feature is gash too.


Deezer is brilliant for me, what's your problem with it? Netflix is coming to Now TV soon as well. I don't see why people need music streaming services on the TV, what's the benefit?

Roku Streaming Stick+ (4K) Watch Wimbledon & World Cup in UHD £53.99 @Currys Ebay with AUS code
Found 2nd JulFound 2nd Jul
If you use the current Australian 10% off ebay code, from MrCute deal, it drops the price of Roku Streaming Stick+ to £53.99 at Currys ebay store. code: PLATYPUS Instructions … Read more

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Enlighten me, do. :/


Don't you love the sound jokes make as they whoosh by over head. :p


Never been a problem for me and I don't have particularly fast Internet. This is a very good price for a great bit of kit.


Only so many get 4K per match

Roku Streaming Stick+ (4K) Watch World Cup in UHD £59.99 @ Amazon, Currys and Very
Found 30th JunFound 30th Jun
Amazon Very The BBC is part-way through showing a total of 29 FIFA World Cup games in Ultra HD and HDR on iPlayer. If you have a 4K TV that is not compatible, you have the o… Read more

Question I have bought a 4k movie through Google play. Can I watch this in 4k on the roku ultra or do I need the chromecast?


Yes it would. Just checked AV forums and they were saying that Youtube 4k HDR was working.


Will this allow me to watch 4k content on YouTube? My Samsung app doesn't support it


Wired my connection is 70mb. But as the Roku can only be wireless I doubt it can reach that figure, I streamed back the UHD test of the F.A cup game no problems. That test match had a far better picture than the WC game streamed live. I can only assume they have yet to master the post processing from a live feed.


One left at Curry ebay store: If you move to Australia, you could get the Roku streaming stick for just £53.99.

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Roku Streaming Stick+ (4K) £55 @ Sainsbury's
Found 28th MayFound 28th May
I've just registered so that i can share this. I have looked to see if it has been posted already, and couldn't find this deal. The other option is £54.99 at Amazon Sainsburys hav… Read more

can't see this for £55 at Amazon, but they are available for £46 from Amazon Warehouse Link


I got one of these for Xmas and I have not even opened it. How do you sell stuff on here now?


Sure thing;


NiLZP Hi, cant seem to find it, csn you send a link


Hi Marty. The offer still seems to be listed on their site....

Roku Streaming Stick Plus 4K Player £54.99 at Amazon
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
Really like my Roku devices, one of the few that has all the main TV services on it. Netflix, Amazon Price, Now TV, YouTube, Google Play Store, Ratuken, BBC iplayer, etc. Voice sea… Read more
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What's this like playing say Plex and Netflix compared to the apps on a smart TV?


Great, shall be upgrading my old Roku with this tomorrow now. Thanks for the heads up OP.


Problem with Roku is, while it has all the apps, the apps are poorly built. For example, the Prime Video app is abysmal on Roku in comparison to the higher quality Xbox/PS ones. This is why I returned my Roku.


Voted hot, bought this today, on Tesco direct, as I had some club card vouchers. Love the wireless remote on this and the TV buttons are very handy. Voice search also started working a few weeks ago, it used to only be available in USA.


Whats the best way to use this with limited wifi data?

Roku Streaming Stick+ - £54.99 @
Found 16th MayFound 16th May
Dunno how long this will last - I missed out on it last time it was this low on Amazon, hence posting it on here so others won't miss out. Bonus with picking it up from Amazon is,… Read more

I assumed they were meaning "free" as in "stuff that should normally be paid for..." like you can access via Kodi on a Firestick - apologies Narkodrom!


You can install TV Player app which has some free channels but they also have paid channels like UKGold. You have to register an email with them to view some of the free channels but I have not set it up on mine.


That's done via the Kodi app on Firestick. Kodi isn't available on Roku, as far as I'm aware.


If it helps - I've got mine plugged into a telly in the worst spot in my house for wifi signal and it picks it up brilliantly with no hiccups so far (touch wood). This is even on the 5ghz band which no other device can pick up in that spot. I think it's down to the external wifi aerial this stick has, though I wouldn't be surprised if there was a more technical reason :D


Not as good as £42 over Xmas from Sainsbury's plus £1 delivery. Recommend though,these are excellent.

Pre-owned Roku 4K smart  TV  STICK  A £45 @ CEX
Found 13th MayFound 13th May
Roku 4K stick @ cex £45.00 these are better than a smart TV can be used on normal ( non) 4k tv :)
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Yes it does, I've got one streaming full fat 4k UHD HDR via Plex app. Have to force it to direct stream as my server isn't powerful enough to transcode. Your WiFi has to be up to snuff to cope. 4k Netflix, YouTube, Amazon are all fine too.


This does not have the power to handle 4k

Roku streaming stick + £38.39 instore @ Maplin (Oxford Road, MCR)
LocalLocalFound 5th MayFound 5th May
Went to Maplin to see what they had. Ended up buying a Roku streaming stick+ for less than half the price of everywhere else.

Problems with this deal is that stock is limited (last time I checked, this branch of Maplin only had one in) plus the store is closing down so if you have any problems with the stick months down the line it'll be more awkward to get it swapped out.


Don't know if this answers the questions but specs say "DTS Digital Surround™ pass through over HDMI®"


Heat! Love Roku products. Does anyone know if this supports 5.1 in the Netflix app? My other Roku devices (Roku 3 and 1st Streaming Stick) only do 2.0 for Netflix.


I bought some bits in Maplin Cheltenham today and it was an additional 20% off the reduced prices. A lot of junk but it made rechargeable batteries 60% off.


This is a very good Roku and a very good price, I have a couple myself

Roku Express Stick - Reconditioned, 12m guarantee £24 Tesco on eBay
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
From Tesco eBay outlet. Selling as Refurbished Refurbished items are customer returns. They might for example, be unwanted gifts, ex-display or products where customers have simpl… Read more
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Expired (y)


Only 6 left


My stick arrives today Had a Reconditioned label on the box but was clearly new and unused


Title should be changed, this isnt the streaming stick (should be express)


No from cex. They actually sent it special delivery. Was rather shocked.

Roku Streaming Stick+ 4K - £54.99 @ Costco
Found 2nd AprFound 2nd Apr
Exceptional wireless. Stunning Picture Quality. Start watching your favourites quickly with smooth streaming. Whether you’re streaming in your home or hotel, the advanced wireless … Read more

Back up to £69.99


This is from Costco online not the stores btw




Can you watch catch up in 4K


If that something like kodi / showbox etc. No those services are being closed down on roku

Roku 2 Streaming Media Player (4205E) £46.99 @ Amazon
Found 25th MarFound 25th Mar
I missed the previous Amazon deal at £39.99, but the price has now gone down again. This time to £46.99. This is the third (and last) one of these I have bought as I prefer having … Read more

OK I am seeing the de-interlacing issues on live TV with my fire stick.. it's only noticeable on fast moving scenes. I have been reading that the latest Fire TV (pendant) gen 3 has built in hardware de-interlacing which I guess is why you were asking me as I didn't make it clear I had the fire stick. Anyone able to comment on de-interlacing with the latest fire TV 4k?




In using the HD home run app for the fire tv which seems OK for live tv. Not tried live TV in kodi yet. Got the fire tv stick for 29 from argos weekend before last. It's still on offer there. The roku is unable to play back the mpeg codec natively thats used in live tv broadcasts, so the plex server has to transcode to whatever codec the roku supports. That is also why HD home run never made a Roku app.


Are you referring to mpeg2 due to DVD playback, or Plex Live TV? If the latter, how does the Fire TV cope with interlaced content? (and also as @blakie881 asks - where did you get it for £29? :)) I have a Firestick and Live TV is unwatchable due to it's poor deinterlacing ability.


Please tell me where you purchased a Fire TV from for £29. Sure it wasn’t the Fire Stick?

Roku 2 Streaming Media Player  (2015 model)  now £29 delivered @ Amazon
Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
Good offer for this great media player (y) Lightning fast performance 1,400+ streaming channels - free, subscription, rent, or buy Search across the most channels Simple … Read more
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Unless I'm missing something its now £58


This no good?


Great price shame they were all instantly bought couldn't even add to basket when they were still in stock price has gone back up.


Wish they still sold the roku stick. :( Mine doesn't work anymore and can't get now tv on the firestick. 😑

Roku Streaming Stick+ 4k Player £59.99 @ Amazon
Found 18th MarFound 18th Mar
Was spotted at £49.99 in some Sainsburys' stores, but not mine or probably many others. Best price I remember seeing otherwise. Interested in Amazon Prime, Now TV and Netflix? the… Read more

All over. Back to £70odd quid on Amazon.


£54.99 now


Please advise if anyone knows of a channel similar to DESIDIGITALS. which was an awesome one. But not thr anymore


They cannot have Kodi installed, but do have Plex as an app which works quite well for local media.


What is Kodi?

Roku Express stick £15 in store @ Asda
LocalLocalFound 3rd MarFound 3rd Mar
None on shelf but try your own Asda. None in Widnes and I didn't get one which is annoying as been watching the prices over the last few weeks and just missed this. It won't be st… Read more
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Scanned at £30 for me too


Yeh, still scanned at £30.


That’s a great price, heat added thanks!


Did you scan it, reason I ask there was a philips speaker on here for £2.81 but still full price on the shelf, scanning it showed at £2.81


Still full price (£30) in Telford

Roku 4K streaming stick £50 in Sainsbury’s
LocalLocalFound 17th FebFound 17th Feb
Cheapest I’ve seen these going for. Shelf price so should be national.
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I’m off to order one now 😁


Thank you very much, now I understand.


Look at picture number 8 especially. This is the Roku Express: I can't seem to find the normal Roku Streaming Stick HD at any UK retailers so maybe that's US only? Anyway, the Roku Express looks quite small, so it shouldn't stick out of the TV much


You mean the purple one?


I believe Express is a stick, but if not the Roku Streaming Stick is one. That costs £29 so half the price of the 4K one

Roku 2 Streaming Media Player (4205E) £39.99 @ Amazon
Found 17th FebFound 17th Feb
Was browsing for one of these and the Amazon price dropped £20 before my eyes. Not as good as the £34 Tesco deal from earlier this week, but that's now expired and it's £75 there. … Read more

There's a simple Roku app for playing photos and videos from your network (definitely includes mp4 as I was doing just this). I was using the SD card on my Asus router.


Plex is actually really easy to set up, and makes accessing your media a dream. I regret not discovering it years earlier. Trust me, it's the best option and much better than mirroring or Chromecast. Plus once it's set up it's very user-friendly for your family too. Basically it turns all your media files into your own personal Netflix. You don;t need to be tech-savvy, and there's lots of how-to videos on YouTube. Best of all Plex is completely free. (There is a paid service available, but you really don't need it).


This was briefly just back in stock. Just to ask a stupid question, what's the obvious alternatives to this with its USB port for watching your own e.g. mp4 files? Running a server with Plex? (But that seems for the tech-savvy only...). Screen mirroring with Chromecast etc.? Some other way? Thanks.


No you can't.


Interesting. Little stated difference between the express and the 2. Express has private listening via the app, but no screen mirroring. The 2 has extra ports.

Get Roku 2 (Model 4205EU) For £34.00 With eCoupon Code TDX-KH7H @ Tesco Direct
Found 12th FebFound 12th Feb
PRODUCT DETAILS Enhance your entertainment choice Access over 4,500 channels and over 150,000 movies and TV episodes Intuitive channel shortcut buttons to your favourite str… Read more

Code has expired :-( good deal if they get more stock stil


Hello again... Thanks for confirming that... seems like the stock levels at Tesco are all over the place with this product. Hopefully there will be more opportunities for HUKD members to take advantage of this deal before it ends tomorrow! (y)


You're welcome! ;) :D FWIW... I think you made a great choice! (highfive) (y)


Hi, 'SS41'... Unfortunately, there's no longer any Roku channels which support UltraViolet film playback in the UK. At one time, UK Roku users had multiple options for streaming their UltraViolet library but, one-by-one, these have all dropped away. In addition to 'Flixster' and "CinemaNow', which you mentioned, there was 'Sainsburys Entertainment' (who ended their services on 20th September 2016) as well as an Roku channel for 'Wuaki TV UK' - since rebranded to 'Rakuten TV UK - who ended the UltraViolet aspect of their service as of 1st March 2017. At that point, UK Roku users were out of options for streaming UV content! ;( In my opinion, there were too many flaws surrounding how the whole UltraViolet service was set-up to begin with. One of the main bugbears for a lot of users is how the availability of any given film was down to the individual retailer... so even if your UV code was redeemable on 'Flixtser' (for example) there was no guarantee that it would have been redeemable on ' CinemaNow', or 'Wuaki TV UK', or 'Sainsburys Entertainment' (and vice versa). Under the circumstances, it's not surprising that UV support has diminished to all but two options in the UK: namely, Kaleidescape [], or; Sony Pictures [] and, even then, I think the latter is restricted to just Sony Pictures content - plus, neither one can be streamed on Roku devices! :( There's since been a (slight) glimmer of hope with the introduction of "Movies Anywhere" in the United States, which aggregates content from Vudu / Google Play / iTunes / Amazon Video letting you browse and watch your collection of eligible Disney, 20th Century Fox, Sony Pictures, Universal, and Warner Bros movies (along with bonus material and exclusive videos) across multiple devices. They already have a Roku channel developed, which has been released (and is already working) on Roku devices in the USA, so I'm keeping my fingers crossed that the 'Movies Anywhere' service (together with their Roku app) gets extended to the UK and (if so) makes a better job of things than UV did with their attempt. However, for the time being, there is no Roku channel for 'UltraViolet' playback... so you may have to look to another device if you wish to use their service in the UK (TIP: several people have reportedly used Nvidia Shield with varying degrees of success for this purpose). Alternatively, you could consider making your own digital copy (in a Roku-compatible format) and then watching via the 'Roku Media Player' channel, or 'Plex', etc, etc. but those are pretty much your only options right now. (y)


Thanks, this was really, really helpful :D . I hadn't considered the USB port issue, but I can see how that could be really useful for a lot of people. My wifi is super strong so I'm probably going to go for the 4K stick on that basis, but it's been really useful to finally understand the options. Thanks again!

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