Roku Streaming Stick #giveaway — Ends 8/15

Roku Streaming Stick Giveaway

 

Being able to stream the shows you love on your TV doesn’t mean you have to get a new TV if yours isn’t a smart TV already. Roku gives you so many options to watch the shows you love, when you have time! I love Netflix and Hulu most, my husband loves amazon prime movies, our kids watch so much YouTube. Roku has something for everyone! Having a Roku Streaming Stick helps you do all this and more online.

 

Kids these days have no idea what we went through growing up to watch new movies!

It keeps getting easier too!

Roku makes it super easy now!

 

Roku Streaming Stick has over 300,000+ Movies and tv episodes plus over 3,000 streaming channels. You can access Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, Pandora, Amazon Video, Vevo, HBO Now, Showtime, GooglePlay, ESPN, Comedy Central, Sling, PBS Kids, CBS News and more. It is portable for a laptop, etc and can be used at home for your regular tv.

Roku Sent Mom Are We There Yet two Streaming Sticks.

One to review and one to giveaway. Read below to see how to win one.

One For Me- One For You!

What you need: Broadband internet. Wireless router. A tv with HDMI port.

What it includes: Roku Streaming Stick. Point Anywhere remote. Two AAA batteries. USB cable & Power adapter.

You can even set it up with your cell phone with the Roku App (available for iOS and Android).
It is as easy as 1-2-3. Plug it in. Connect to the internet. Start streaming.

 

One lucky person gets to win their own Roku Streaming Stick. Winner must be of the age of 18-years-old, or older and live in the Continental U.S.
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Disclosure: I received one or more products for review purposes only. Despite the free item, my opinions remain 100% Honest and my own.This post may contain affiliate links, if clicked I may receive compensation. If a giveaway is being held: No purchase is necessary to enter. Void where prohibited by law. Odds of winning are based on number of entries received. Giveaways on this blog are in no way affiliated with Facebook or any other social media networks.

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Comments

  1. Shellie Clark says:

    the Roku App