Get 100 extra Clubcard points with Roku 2 media streamer

On 5th January I wrote about Sky’s NOW TV box which you can get at Tesco Direct for £15 (with 200 extra Clubcard points).  This offer is still on until 17th January. If you like Sky channels and On Demand TV, this is a great buy.

However if you are using Netflix and Amazon Prime the NOW TV box won’t be of much use.  You should rather look at this Roku 2 4205 EU HD digital media streamer for £49 – which also comes with 100 extra Clubcard points.

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The Roku 2 gives you access to more than 1.400 streaming channels, thousands of movies and TV episodes, kids programming, international programming and much more.

I was pretty impressed to be honest when I saw the list of channels on their website and as Roku keeps on adding channels it’s useful to check Roku’s UK blog regularly.  Amazon Prime videos have only been available since November 2015, for example.

The price at Tesco Direct is pretty good, too. It costs £49 (reduced from £69) and is not cheaper at the other big online retailers I checked.  Plus you receive 100 extra Clubcard points when you order before 24th January.

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Comments

  1. Lady London says:

    Thanks for this. Roku seems much recommended. But it looks like subscriptions for all the various channels can mount up in cost on Roku? NOW TV seems to offer some nice packages that gave a lot.

    Wondering if anyone else has experience of subscription costs for content on both and can give their view.

    • Robert Govier says:

      I have one of these, and they’re great. Roku actually make the Sky boxes, but the sky boxes come with limited, sky specific software, and the Rokus come with full access to an app store. They have the BBC iPlayer, Four on Demand, ITV player, etc, etc… all the free catch up services. They also come with apps for the big pay services like Sky, Amazon Prime, Netflix and Google Play. They’re about the only box that gives you access to all the options. There’s also other apps like Plex player if you have locally saved content on a PC (home videos, ‘backed up’ DVDs, etc). Some apps and channels cost to buy the app (like your mobile phone), others charge subscriptions to view, and others are advertising supported. You’ll pay for what you want, but I’d expect it to be less than a sky satellite subscription!