At Walmart, if you buy the Roku 4K Streaming Stick+ at its regular $59 price, you'll get a full month of YouTube TV free. The device goes for the same price at other retailers like Amazon, but none of those other places include the free trial.

If you don't care about 4K, you can get the regular Roku Streaming Stick+ for $49, and it also comes with the YouTube TV month for free.

YouTube TV's normal free trial is only five days. If you want a month, it costs a little over $40 (not including taxes). YouTube TV gives you access to channels based on where you live and lets you watch them on your computer, mobile devices, or through streaming media players like the Roku. If you don't use an HDTV antenna, or tried one and it doesn't work that well, this is a great alternative. Watch local broadcast networks like ABC and NBC, catch up on your favorite shows on SyFy or Cartoon Network, and keep up with live sports with ESPN, TNT, and more. You'll get access to a ton of programming all for free.

Roku's Streaming Stick+ is an affordable way to get 4K streaming on your existing 4K TV. Simply connect it to your TV's HDMI port and hook it up to your Wi-Fi and you'll be all set to stream from services you know and love like Netflix, Hulu, Prime Video, and of course YouTube.

As well as an upgraded viewing experience, the Streaming Stick+ offers four times the wireless range than the previous-gen model making it suitable for use with TVs in rooms further from your router. There's also an included Voice Remote that not only controls input for the Roku but also your TV's power and volume so you don't have to manage multiple remotes.

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