For those who don't know about the Roku Streaming Stick+, it is an HDMI device you plug into the TV, connect to the power and it will make your TV smart.
It offers all the UK catchup TV services - BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4 and My5 - as well as all the major subscription services - Netflix, Amazon Video, Now TV, Google Play and YouTube. There's a range of other content and channels available too.
Why do we think the Streaming Stick+ is worth it? It offers 4K HDR support and Dolby Atmos, but that's not the biggest draw (if you have a 4K HDR TV, you probably have all the apps on your TV already), but it's the performance and stability of the Roku that's impressive.
Offering a proper user interface with a remote makes it simple to use and we've always found the Wi-Fi connection it offers to be rock solid compared to devices like the Google Chromecast.
Rival Amazon is also offering some great prices on the Fire TV Stick 4K, which also - again, a ridiculously cheap price. Amazon's advantage is that it offers native Alexa integration.
The Roku Streaming Stick+ is widely available, but not all channels are yet showing the new price, so check before you buy.
The Roku Express has also dropped in price by £5 to £25.