If you buy a Roku Streaming Stick, you can get free access to the Sky Movies channels for two months. That's because Roku will throw in a free Now TV Movies Pass along with the £40 device.
The pass usually costs £9.99 a month, so you're saving yourself just shy of £20. New Now TV customers usually get a free 14-day trial.
The offer lasts until June 19th, which is two weeks on Sunday.
Now TV currently offers all of the 'Harry Potter' films, as well as the 'Star Wars' franchise (with the exception of 'The Force Awakens', which will land this summer).
You can also watch 'Big Hero 6', 'Frozen', 'Inside Out', 'Trainwreck' and 'Avengers: Age of Ultron'.
The pass lets you watch films on-demand at any time you like, or to watch live any of the 11 Sky Movies channels.
The Roku Streaming Stick is a device like the Google Chromecast. Plug it into the back of your TV, and you can stream films and TV shows to it. It offers services like BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, My5, Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.