The big list of streaming deals

Last updated: July 12 2024

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Back in the old days of cable, keeping your TV bill in check required routine calls to customer service, followed by desperate pleas for a lower rate and/or threats to cancel your service.

With streaming TV, things work a bit differently. While you can’t call up Netflix or HBO to ask for a lower price, you can often snag discounts on streaming services if you know where to look.

In this guide, I’ve done the legwork of finding all the best streaming deals, so you can save money on Paramount+, Peacock Premium, Netflix, the Disney bundle, and more.

Streaming service deals

These deals are up to date as of July 12, 2024, and I’ll do my best to refresh this information over time. If you spot an error, please let me know. I do not collect a sales commission or affiliate fee from any of the deals you see here.

If you can’t take advantage of a “new subscribers only” deal because you’ve signed up before, consider using a masked or secondary email address to sign up again. You can also set up a limited-use credit card so you don’t get auto-billed at regular price after the promo period.

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Free Paramount+ instructions

This is a bit complicated to activate, so here are the specific steps to get a month of Paramount+ for free:

  • Head to the Paramount+ website.
  • If you’ve subscribed to Paramount+ before, sign out of your account.
  • Click the “Try it Free” button on the home page.
  • On the plan selection page, click the “Monthly” tab and choose a plan. (The premium “with Showtime” option should work.)
  • When prompted to create an account, log in again using the “Sign In” button at the top.
  • Confirm that a “One Month Free” trial offer appears on the checkout page and that “Today’s Total” shows $0.00, then begin your subscription.
  • Cancel your subscription after signing up, and repeat the process a month later when your free trial expires.

Streaming device deals

Streaming deals from Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T

If you haven’t claimed any free or discounted streaming video services from your wireless carrier, you’re probably leaving money on the table. Select one of the carriers below to see what deals you can get.

(Note: This section is based on an article I originally wrote for TechHive.)

Verizon Wireless

T-Mobile and Sprint

What happened to AT&T’s free HBO Max deal?

Prepaid carrier perks

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