FREE 30-Day Roku Channel Subscription | Stream Free Workout Videos, Movies, Kids Shows & More

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Stream your favorite movies and shows for free!

For a limited time, the Roku Channel is offering a Free 30-Day Subscription to select channels available on Roku devices – no promo code needed!

To score the free subscription, head here, log into your Roku account (or sign up for free) and select the channel you want to subscribe to. Note that if you’re not logged into your Roku account, it will only show free 7 day trials.

Even better, you can watch Roku Channels on your Roku TV, with a Roku device, or by downloading the free Roku app on your phone or tablet!

FitFusion by Jillian Michaels

There are so many awesome channels to choose from – including entertainment for the kiddos, and even channels to get your body moving like FitFusion by Jillian Michaels AND Gaiam TV Fit and Yoga!

Tune into these popular channels for free!

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    • EPIX
    • Showtime
    • Smithsonian Channel
    • FitFusion
    • Gaiam TV Fit & Yoga
    • Hopster
    • & much more!

NOTE: All of these are subscriptions and will continue to charge your selected billing method after your free 30-day trial. However, you can cancel your subscription at any time.

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Chelsey has a degree from American Military University with over 6 years of content writing experience specializing in saving money and living frugally.

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Comments 8

  1. Jme

    Weird. I logged in to my Roku account, I see the 30 day trial for Epix but every time I click to start it brings me back to 7 day trial.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hmm, maybe check back again later.

  2. jen s.

    Epic is automatically free this month, and roku users should have received an email about it. It’s shown on roku home page.

    • jen s.

      Oops – sorry, i meant through youtube tv it’s free this month. Brain is fried 😉

      • Sweet_Suzanne

        When I read = Brain is fried – I saw – Brian is fired and wondered who Brian was :*)

  3. Eileen

    Is it a roku channel or epix app

  4. Ashley Harnish

    I’m not signing up for all these free 30 day offer because I’ll have to remember to cancel all of them after 30 days

  5. sierra4900

    Same thing happened to me with Showtime. It originally said 30 day trial but the small print before it finalized said 7 day expiring on 4/7/2020. That’s pretty sneaky on Showtimes part.

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