Black Friday and Cyber Monday may be in the past, but some sales are still hanging around (although maybe not for long). For more leftover deals we recommend across all categories, be sure to check out the rest of the Cyber Monday still available here.
If it feels like every streaming service received a price hike this year, it’s probably because most of them have. Netflix, Apple TV Plus, Discovery Plus, and Disney Plus are just a few recent examples, though there are still ways to weather the price increases. Many Cyber Monday sales are still live, after all, offering an excellent way to save on your monthly streaming bill.
In fact, some streaming services are offering deals that offset their recent price hikes — well, at least temporarily. Paramount Plus, for example, might have raised the price of its cheapest plan to $5.99 a month, but at the moment, it starts at just $1.99. What’s even better is that both new and returning subscribers are eligible for the deal, which is a bona fide rarity as far as streaming deals are concerned.
Paramount Plus is just one of many services offering discounts. From Hulu to Starz, we’ve rounded up the best streaming deals available.
Now until 11:59PM PT on November 28th, you can sign up for a year of Hulu’s ad-supported tier for $11.88, which works out to 99 cents a month. The subscription grants you access to over a thousand movies and shows, including Futurama, The Bear, The Handmaid’s Tale, and Abbott Elementary.
You can sign up for 12 months of Hulu’s ad-supported plan for just 99 cents a month until 11:59PM PT on November 28th. That essentially works out to a year of Hulu for $11.88, saving you about $68 on what is otherwise a $79.99 plan — or $85 if you pay the $7.99 monthly fee. Hulu is also offering an additional deal on the Starz add-on, allowing you to pay 99 cents a month as opposed to $9.99 for six months, saving you $54. Both new and returning subscribers who canceled their Hulu subscription at least a month ago can take advantage of the deal, along with existing Disney Plus and ESPN Plus standalone subscribers.
The ad-supported plan grants access to the same catalog of TV shows and movies as the ad-free plan, including forthcoming series like Sand Land and Marvel’s Echo and existing hits like Futurama and The Bear. However, you won’t be able to download content for offline viewing with the base tier, and multiple people can’t stream simultaneously.
New and returning subscribers can get three months of the ad-supported Paramount Plus Essential plan for $1.99 per month instead of $5.99 or three months of Paramount Plus with Showtime for $3.99 a month instead of $11.99. To take advantage of either deal, just use promo code BLACKFRIDAY before December 4th.
Both new and returning subscribers can get three months of the ad-supported Paramount Plus Essential plan for $1.99 per month instead of $5.99, which equates to a savings of $12. Alternatively, you can save $24 when you sign up for three months of the Paramount Plus with Showtime plan for $3.99 a month instead of $11.99. To get either deal, however, you must use the promo code BLACKFRIDAY before December 4th.
Both plans grant access to thousands of movies and shows, including Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves, Transformers: Rise of the Beasts, and Yellowstone spinoffs like 1883 and 1923. You can also watch live news on CBS, NFL on CBS (which includes Super Bowl LVII), and UEFA Champions League games. The Showtime plan also offers access to content like Billions and The Chi, along with live TV with CBS and college football. It’s also mostly ad-free and allows you to download content for offline viewing.
If you’re more interested in live TV services, Sling is currently taking 50 percent off your first month of any plan if you’re a new subscriber. As a result, you can subscribe to Sling Orange for $20 a month, Sling Blue for $22.50 a month, or both packages for $30 a month instead of $60. No matter which package you choose, Sling will also throw in a free Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite.
All of the Sling TV plans offer live and on-demand channels, including everything from CNN to the History Channel. However, the Sling Orange plan is more sports-focused with access to ESPN channels as well as the Disney channel. Sling Blue, meanwhile, offers more news and entertainment channels, like Fox News, MSNBC, E!, Discovery, Bravo, and local NBC or Fox affiliates. It also lets you stream content on up to three devices, whereas Sling Orange limits you to a single device.
Amazon Prime Video channels
Now until December 3rd, Amazon Prime members can get 75 percent off a two-month subscription to select Amazon Prime Video channels, including Paramount Plus, Showtime, MGM Plus, Starz, AMC Plus, BritBox, Cinemax, and more.
Amazon Prime Video members can get 75 percent off a number of Prime Video Channels until December 3rd. Right now, for instance, you can get two months of Paramount Plus with Showtime for $3 a month instead of $11.99. Other channels that are a part of this two-month promotion include MGM Plus ($1.50 a month), Starz ($2.50 per month), AMC Plus ($2.25 per month), and BritBox ($2.25 a month). Keep in mind the deal is only available to Amazon Prime members, however.
Philo is a live and on-demand TV service that grants access to content from more than 70 channels, including AMC, Comedy Central, Paramount, Discovery, Nickelodeon, MTV, BBC World News, and more. It typically costs $25 per month; however, at the moment, new subscribers can get their first month for $12.50.
Live and on-demand TV streaming service Philo is currently offering new subscribers 50 percent off their first month until November 28th, in addition to the standard seven-day free trial. That means instead of paying $25 for your first month, you’ll be paying $12.50. To take advantage of the deal, click on this link, and a promo code will automatically be applied at checkout.
If you’re not familiar with Philo, the service provides access to content from more than 70 channels, including AMC, Comedy Central, Discovery, Nickelodeon, Paramount Network, MTV, VH1, BBC World News, IFC, Lifetime, and more. It includes unlimited DVR as well, along with the ability to stream on up to three devices at the same time.
An ad-free Starz subscription grants you access to shows and movies like Minx, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Outlander, and more, all of which you can download for offline viewing. For a limited time, new and returning subscribers can sign up for three months for $3 a month instead of $9.99 per month or six months for $20 ($26 off).
Speaking of Starz, new and returning subscribers can subscribe to the standalone service for just $3 a month for three months instead of $9.99 a month, saving you a total of $21. Alternatively, you can subscribe to a six-month plan for $20 instead of $46, which equates to $26 in savings — or $40 if you subscribe to the monthly plan. Both ad-free plans allow you to download content for offline viewing and provide access to films and shows like Outlander, John Wick: Chapter 4, Minx, Spider-Man: Homecoming, and more.
Update November 28th, 10:17AM ET: Updated with the latest details on all streaming deals and removed expired promos now that Cyber Monday is officially over.