So, now to figure out how to remove and reinstall that app without canceling the subscription ... and losing the discount.
Perhaps others have a suggestion, but the only thing that comes to my mind is an option I really don't like. A full factory reset of that Roku device.
That will indeed remove the app without canceling your subscription. It will also do a reboot, which is a critical middle step of the remove/reboot/reinstall process. And, once you re-register your device, all the apps will download. And since you subscribed via Roku, it should automatically log you in when the post-reset setup finishes.
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