Roku, the company behind streaming devices like the Roku Streaming Stick and Roku TV, has added an option for customers to order their devices online from Amazon.com.
Starting Thursday, Roku will be the first streaming device to support Amazon Prime members.
That means that customers who have ordered an Amazon Prime subscription can now buy the Roku 4 on the company’s website for just $149.99.
Roku said the new option is a one-time offer and the company will not be offering it again for a while.
Customers who have previously purchased a Roku streaming device through the company can also purchase the device for $149 and use the discount to buy the next Roku streaming-device.
Rokus 4 owners can order their device directly through Amazon.
But customers can also order the device through its online store and then pay for it through PayPal.
The new Amazon Prime service will allow customers to stream video content for $10 a month, which is cheaper than the $15 Amazon Prime membership.
Amazon Prime membership costs $99 a year and lets users stream unlimited movies and TV shows for free.
The company has not revealed how many people it has signed up for its service, but said it expects to launch it sometime next year.