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Black Friday is best known for dirt-cheap TV deals, but what if the TV you already own just needs a little help getting into the Internet age? Lucky for you, the companies that sell TV media streamers are also doing the Black Friday discount dance.
Streamers are little sticks, dongles and boxes that connect to your current TV and deliver the latest and greatest TV shows, movies and videos from Netflix, YouTube, Hulu and thousands of other apps. They put most so-called smart TVs, especially ones more than a couple years old, to shame. All you need to supply is a Wi-Fi connection and maybe the monthly subscription fees.
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For Black Friday 2018, streamers are cheaper than ever, starting at just $20. That's less than three months of Netflix. And streamers from the biggest names in the business, including Roku, Chromecast and Fire TV, are on sale from more than one retailer.
Just keep in mind:
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Terms of the deal vary, so where possible we've listed when and where to get the sale price from each retailer.
The deals below are current as of Tuesday Nov. 20, and include Walmart, Amazon, Best Buy, the Google Store and other major retailers.
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We linked to the current listing at the retailer's website when one was available, but of course sale pricing won't be available until the sale begins.
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