If you’ve been holding out for a cheaper price on a major streaming service, now is a good time. Most major streaming platforms have Black Friday deals on offer, from several months at a reduced rate to discounts on annual subscriptions.
Hulu is cheaper for a year
New and returning Hulu users (who haven’t had an active subscription in the last month) can lock in a rate of $1.99 per month for 12 months on the ad-supported Hulu plan. You just have to sign up before 11:59 PT on Monday, Nov. 28.
HBO Max is $1.99 per month for three months
You can get three months of the ad-supported HBO Max plan for $1.99 per month. (A normal subscription costs $9.99 per month.) Both new and returning subscribers are eligible, you’d just have to sign up by Nov. 28.
Disney+ is cheaper for a year
You can sign up for a Disney+ bundle by Dec. 7 to get Hulu, Disney+, and ESPN+ at an annual rate of $79.99. The price goes up to $109.99 for the year on Dec. 8.
Paramount+ is offering 50% off the first year of its annual plans for Black Friday. New and returning subscribers can get the Essential bundle (limited ads) for $24.99 or the Premium bundle for $49.99. Sign up by Nov. 27.
Sling TV has several deals
Sling has a handful of deals launching over the next week. Between now and Nov. 27, you can get $10 off Sling, an Amazon FireTV Stick Lite, and a free month of the Lifestyle Extra package. Then, on Cyber Monday, new subscribers can get 50% off their first month and an Amazon FireTV Stick Lite.
Discovery+ is a dollar per month for three months
You can get the ad-supported plan for Discovery+ for $0.99 for your first three months if you sign up by Nov. 28. After that, subscriptions renew at $4.99 per month.
New Peacock subscribers and those on the Free tier can get Premium for $0.99 per month or $12 annually with the code “SAVEBIG.”
STARZ is $5 per month for three months
STARZ has a limited-time offer for $5 per month for three months.