Binge All the Savings with 28 Cyber Monday Streaming Service Deals – CNET

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Cyber Monday is here and it has brought a host of deals, including some major discounts on streaming services. Cozying on the couch and watching your favorite movies is a sign of the season. So are NFL and NHL games. No matter what you watch, this is a great time to take advantage of discounts and upgrade or rotate your streaming platforms. To help you get the job done, we’ve rounded up the best deals available right now. 

Get the most out of Cyber Monday 2023

Black Friday isn’t the end of the deals. Cyber Monday continues many of the best holiday deals, and often includes some new sales, too. See the best Cyber Monday deals, and keep up with all the latest deals with our full Cyber Monday live blog coverage.

Although there aren’t any Disney Plus Cyber Monday deals, Disney’s offering its usual bundling discount of either Hulu and Disney Plus ($10 per month with ads or $20 per month without) or the trifecta of Hulu, Disney Plus and ESPN as a package ($15 per month with ads, $25 per month without ads). We also haven’t seen any signs of Netflix deals, but right now you can definitely save on Hulu, Starz, YouTube TV’s Sunday Ticket, Peacock, DirecTV and more. Roku and Prime Video are also reducing prices on premium channel add-ons, so be sure to scroll to the bottom to check out the prices. 

Our team of over a dozen shopping experts are putting in hundreds of hours each week scanning our deals, so be sure to check back as we’ll keep this post up to date. Here’s a rundown of which services are offering the best deals right now. 

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In one of the biggest deals of the season, Hulu is offering its ad-based plan for just $1 per month for 12 months, which saves you $7 a month — or $84 for the year. The discount is available to new or eligible returning customers who haven’t had Hulu in the past 30 days. While you’re at it, get the Starz add-on for $1 a month for six months. 

This deal expires on Nov. 28, so be sure to sign up while you can. Once the 12-month promotional period is over, the subscription price will revert back to $8 a month.


Save $84 for one year

New Peacock subscribers can grab a deal on the ad-based Peacock Premium subscription for a year. Choose from two deals: $2 a month for 12 months with the monthly plan or $20 for a year with the annual offer. Peacock Premium typically costs $6 a month, and $60 annually. Watch football, Hallmark Channel, originals and more on the platform.

To sign up, just enter the code BIGDEAL for its monthly deal or YEARLONG for its annual offer. Redeem this deal before it expires on Nov. 27. 


Pay $2 a month

Want to catch up on Taylor Sheridan TV shows or seasons of Survivor? Paramount Plus currently has a deal that extends a little beyond Cyber Monday. You can get Paramount Plus Essential for $2 a month, or Paramount Plus with Showtime at $4 a month for three months. The offer applies to new and former subscribers and expires on Dec. 3 at 11:59 p.m. PT (Dec. 4 at 2:59 a.m. ET).

The service normally costs $12 a month for its commercial-free offering, while its Essential plan costs $6 a month. 


Cuts price by 67%

Sling is CNET’s favorite budget live TV streaming service, and right now, you can sign up and pay half for your first month. This Cyber Monday deal knocks the price down to $20 a month for Orange, $22.50 for Blue and $30 for Orange + Blue. Subscribers can also snag a free Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite courtesy of Sling and Amazon.


Save $20 per month

Cord-cutters who have been holding out on YouTube TV’s NFL Sunday Ticket can score the add-on for only $89. This holiday offering grants access to the remaining Sunday games if you have the YouTube base plan. It also includes access to Max streaming service for two months at no additional cost, and you have the option to pay in installments. Discounts are also available for NFL Sunday Ticket with NFL RedZone and YouTube TV and Sunday Ticket on YouTube. 

The deal expires on Nov. 30, and is open to new subscribers only. It is not available for customers who were previous or current YouTube TV Base Plan subscribers, or those who had a YouTube TV Base Plan trial.


Slashed by almost 75%

Max is offering a deal on its ad-based plan for $3 a month for six months. Stream live sports and hits like House of the Dragon, The White Lotus and the upcoming Barbie release. The offer is for new and returning US subscribers only and is valid through Nov. 27.


Fubo is a live streaming service with more than 150 channels for sports, entertainment, news and on-demand content. The platform is offering Cyber Monday discounts for all three of its plans: Pro, Elite and Premier with $20 off each of your first two months; Latino’s $8 off for one month. Each subscription comes with a one-week free trial, 1,000 hours of DVR and the ability to stream up to 10 screens at a time. 


Whether via internet or satellite, DirecTV is a streaming service that brings tons of channels right to your living room. Right now for Cyber Monday, sign up for one of four different packages and you’ll get a Visa gift card as a reward. 

The Entertainment Package at $70 per month has more than 75 channels including the Disney Channel and ESPN and garners you a $100 reward card. At $85 a month, Choice gets you all that plus more than 100 channels and a $200 reward card. The Ultimate Package at $115 gets you over 140 channels and a $300 reward card. And finally, the Premier package at $160 gets you more than 150 channels and a $400 Visa reward card. While there is no specific expiration date for this deal listed, it’s dubbed a limited-time offer. We’re keeping this post updated regularly to help keep track. 


More Cyber Monday streaming deals

Roku users can save cash on premium subscriptions for the following services and channels. Sign up for Roku Cyber Monday discounts.

  • Apple TV Plus: Three months free (redeem by Dec. 3).
  • Max: $3 per month for six months (save $7).
  • Starz: $1 per month for two months ($9 savings).
  • AMC Plus: $3 per month for two months (save $6).
  • Cinemax: $2 per month for two months (save $8).
  • MGM Plus: $1 per month for two months ($5 savings).
  • BET Plus: $4 per month for three months (save $6).
  • Hallmark Movies Now: $2 a month for two months (save $4).
  • Lifetime Movie Club: $1 a month for two months (save $4).
  • Noggin: $1 per month for two months (save $7).

Prime Video customers looking for discounts on their favorite add-on subscriptions are in luck. Grab these deals on Prime Video Channels before they expire on Dec. 3:

  • Paramount Plus: $3 a month for two months.
  • Starz: $2.50 per month for two months.
  • AMC Plus: $2.25 a month for two months.
  • BritBox: $2.25 a month for two months.
  • MGM Plus: $1.50 per month for two months.
  • Cinemax: $2.50 per month for two months.
  • Allblk: $1.50 a month for two months.
  • PBS Kids: $1.25 per month for two months.
  • Noggin: $2 a month for two months.
  • Hallmark Movies Now: $1.50 per month for two months.

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