Roku is Giving Customers Three Months of Apple TV+ with New Device Purchase




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In a slew of new announcements Monday, Roku announced a partnership with Apple TV+ to give customers a free trial to the streaming service with eligible purchase. Roku will be offering a free 90-day subscription to Apple TV+ when you buy and activate a new Roku device between October 23, 2020, and January 31, 2021. Afer activation, customers will receive a promotional code to enjoy three months free of Apple TV+. This offer is only available to new Apple TV+ subscribers and must be redeemed by February 2, 2021.

In addition, Roku is also offering customers 30-day trials to Showtime, Star+, and Epix through the Roku Channel. The deal is good through October 4 when you purchase and activate an eligible Roku device. Get the details here.

“We are focused on delivering a variety of innovative, top-performing products at an incredible value to our customers so they can get to the content they care about quickly,” Mark Ely, VP, retail product strategy, said in a statement.

This comes on the heels of announcements about two new Roku devices, the All New Roku Ultra and the new Streambar, along with OS 9.4 Update with improved performance, updated voice controls, a new live TV guide feature, and more.

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