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Hulu: 12-Month Subscription for Only $.99 Per Month
Head over to Hulu.com to score a 12-Month Ad-Supported Subscription for just $.99 per month! This offer is valid only for new or returning customers (haven’t had a subscription for 12 months) and is not valid for current subscribers. Note that your subscription will renew at $7.99/month after your 12-month subscription ends, but you can cancel it at any moment.
With Hulu, you are able to stream thousands of shows and movies! Offer ends on November 28th 11:59PM PST.
PS: If you are a T-Mobile subscriber you have free Hulu just FYI you just have to claim it in your T-Mobile account page.
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Disney Plus/Hulu/ESPN+ Bundle with Ads (Monthly Plan)
You can get a triple subscription to the ad-supported tiers of Disney Plus, Hulu, and ESPN+ for $14.99 a month. That’s a $12 saving each month over subscribing separately.
Disney Plus Ad-Supported (Monthly Plan)
Disney Plus is an on-demand streaming service where subscribers will can enjoy movies and shows from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, and 20th Century Fox. This plan features ads and does not support downloads. This is the cheapest tier, although the Hulu bundles are only a few extra dollars a month.
Disney Plus Ad-Free (Monthly Plan)
Disney Plus offers on-demand access to tons of Disney, Marvel, Pixar, and Star Wars content, including new original shows. This Premium plan offers ad-free playback and includes download and Dolby Atmos support.
Hulu with Disney Plus with Ads (Monthly Plan)
You can add Disney Plus to your Hulu membership for an extra $3 a month. Going for this ad-supported version is a great money saver and provides a rich range of content for children and adults alike. You can upgrade to a no-ads version for an extra $10 a month at any time.
Peacock Premium (Monthly Plan)
Peacock is a streaming service featuring NBCUniversal TV shows, movies, original series, live sports, and news programs. Prices start at just $5.99 a month on one-month deals, with further discounts available on annual plans.
Peacock Premium (Annual Plan)
Peacock is a streaming service featuring NBCUniversal TV shows, movies, original series, live sports, and news programs. Opting for an annual plan of the cheapest tier isn’t a huge money saver, but you might as well if you’re going to watch regularly.
This Black Friday offer provides a significantly lower fee for three months, so if you’ve been thinking of bagging the service for a few box sets, this is a great opportunity. The service features tons of on-demand content from Paramount, CBS, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, BET, and MTV. And you get NFL and Champions League soccer live streaming.
Showtime is no longer available on its own, but you can bundle it with Paramount Plus for the lowest price of the year right now, with the monthly bundle price reduced to a mere $4 for your first three months. In addition to the Showtime content, this upgrade is also the only way to get rid of ads. Given the extra box sets you get here, this is solid value.
Apple TV Plus has a small but growing catalog of exclusive hit titles, including, Ted Lasso, The Morning Show, Foundation, and more along with the option to buy more movies and shows. A recent price hike makes it one to wait for this close to Black Friday, though. If you do sign up, you’ll get a 7-day free trial to start with before paying.
Sling TV Subscription
Sling is one of the most affordable live TV streaming services around. New members can now receive their first month of Sling Blue for a discounted rate of just $20. As it’s a one-month rolling deal, you’re free to cancel at any time. Sling Orange or a double combo are also available for 50% off for your first month. That deal is fairly common, but the improved promo running today also gets you a free Amazon Fire TV Stick streaming device.
Fubo Pro Plan
Well, this is a rare deal and the perfect time to check out the Fubo streaming service – an excellent option for cord-cutting streamers wanting a live TV fix. You can save $20 on your first two months across the Pro, Elite, and Premier bundles today. Better yet, there’s a 7-day free trial before you even start paying.
Formerly HBO Max, now just Max, this streaming service is the US home of premium content from HBO and Warner Bros. Since the rebranding, it’s now also the home of Discovery content for reality, food, true crime, and more. This massively reduced rate will last for six months, making it a great time to join. Sadly, there’s no deal on the no-ads tier. This offer expires on November 27.
Mark your calendars for early Black Friday streaming bargains, as they’re likely to go live during the week leading up to Black Friday, starting from November 20th, with the main event on November 24th. Keep an eye out for deals from your favorite streaming services!
Exciting deals are anticipated from platforms like Hulu, which last year offered their ad-supported subscription for just $1.99 per month, coupled with an option to add Disney Plus for an additional $3 monthly. Check Hulu’s website for potential repeats of this offer, especially since a merger of Hulu and Disney Plus apps is on the horizon.
Expect Paramount Plus to possibly slash prices again on their annual subscriptions, maybe by up to 50%, including options with Showtime. Peacock Premium and HBO Max (now simply ‘Max’) might also roll out competitive deals, considering Max’s expanded content library and the need to attract viewers after a quiet year in Hollywood.
Live TV services like Sling and Fubo might also join the fray, though their offers tend to be less predictable. Keep an eye out for potential discounts or freebies like streaming devices or channel add-ons.
Amazon Prime, known for steady pricing, might offer reduced rates for additional channels like Shudder, MGM+, and Cinemax during Black Friday, making it a great time to expand your streaming horizons.
These deals are perfect for both new and returning subscribers, so if you’re considering signing up, waiting until Black Friday could be a smart move. Check the respective websites of Hulu, Paramount Plus, Peacock, HBO Max, Sling, Fubo, and Amazon Prime for the latest offers and plan your streaming subscriptions wisely!
- Hulu: Offers a variety of shows and movies, with plans starting at $7.99/month. They had a Black Friday deal last year, so keep an eye on their site for this year’s offers.
- Disney Plus: A streaming service with content from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, and Nat Geo. Disney Plus Basic starts at $7.99/month.
- Paramount Plus: Features originals, movies, and sports, with plans starting at $11.99/month for the combined Paramount+ and SHOWTIME plan.
- Peacock: Offers 80,000+ hours of TV, movies, and sports. Their Premium plan starts at $5.99/month.
- Max (formerly HBO Max): Includes HBO series and movies, Max Originals, and select titles from Warner Bros., DC Universe, Cartoon Network, and more.
- Sling TV: Provides live TV channels, sports, and news online. Their offers start from $20 for the first month for specific plans.
- Amazon Prime Video: As part of Amazon Prime membership, it includes a wide variety of movies, TV shows, and originals.