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With all the shows exclusive to services like Netflix, Apple TV and Disney+, you’re definitely missing out without streaming subscriptions and a Roku or other streaming device. While the cost can certainly add up, there are some good deals on streaming services for Cyber Monday 2020. We’ve found the best ones and compiled them for you below.
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Our product experts are rounding up all of the best Cyber Monday 2020 deals on only the best stuff. Because, after all, a great deal on junk isn’t all that great, is it?
The best streaming deals right now
Hulu is running a deal right now that has been a runaway hit with our readers. Through end of day, today you can sign up for a full year of the ad-supported membership for just $1.99 per month, or $23.88. That’s a 67% discount off the usual $5.99 you’d regularly pay.
2. CBS All Access
CBS All Access has become popular mainly for offering some of the best new Star Trek content to grace the small screen in decades. But it has lots of other gems worth being named your next binge-worthy obsession. Stream content from a variety of networks, including CBS, of course, as well as BET, Comedy Central, Nickelodeon, MTV and Smithsonian Channel. And yes, that includes live sports and news as well through your local CBS station. Just use the code “TURKEY” to redeem the gift and start binge-watching shows
The new Chromecast—which our tech reviewers loved compared to similarly-priced devices—comes loaded with Google TV, a streaming platform similar to what you’d find on a Fire Stick or Roku. With this deal you can bundle the Chromecast ($49.99 by itself) and six months of Netflix ($83.94 for the standard, two screen plan) for a total of $89.99. Essentially, this gives you six months of Netflix for $8.33/mo instead of the usual $13.99 when you buy the new Chromecast.
As part of its holiday season offerings, Sling is giving new customers an entire month of free viewing when you purchase one month of the entry-level Orange or mid-level Blue plans (both $30 per month) through Thursday, December 3. Note that you’ll need to enter your email address and credit card info to get the deal, so you’ll want to cancel before the two months have ended to avoid automatically being charged a monthly subscription fee thereafter.
While several sites are claiming to have a special Black Friday deal when you bundle with Hulu, it’s technically two separate subscriptions. But you can still save on a Disney+ subscription compared to its monthly price by paying annually—think of it like getting two months for free. And that Disney bundle you might have heard of? That’s also still available, as a combination of Disney+, Hulu and ESPN+ for $12.99 per month. While not a Black Friday-exclusive deal, this is a pretty good way to watch all three streaming channels for one low price—and it still costs less for all three than paying for Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu, even if you take advantage of that $1.99 Hulu deal.
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