Thanks to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve been streaming more than ever. Here are some streaming service discounts you don’t want to miss:

NBC’s free Peacock service

Peacock has two tiers of membership:

  • An ad-supported version that’s free and offers hit NBC shows like Parks and Recreation, access to The Tonight Show and NBC News, and big-time movies like Jurassic Park.
  • A paid ad-free version ($5 per month) offering the same things that the ad-supported version does, along with some original shows and no commercials.

Stream movies for free on YouTube

You probably didn’t know, but you can buy or rent movies on YouTube. Moreover, the platform also has 360 free movies you can watch, albeit with ads. These free movies include the Super Size Me documentary, Slumdog Millionaire, and a few animated films. They won’t even ask you to create an account or provide your credit card number.

Showtime lets you stream content for free for 30 days

The Showtime service is regularly priced at $10.99/month. However, the platform is currently offering 30 days of free access to its popular shows like Shameless, Billions, and Homeland, sports programs, featured films, and documentaries.

Paramount+ lets you access content for free for a month

The service, formerly known as CBS All Access, has TV shows, movies, live sports, and originals. The service, priced at $6/month, went from giving a 7-day free trial to a 30-day free trial.

Free live channels and movies on Sling TV

Online streaming television provider Sling TV is currently offering many of their live channels and programs to the public for free. The free programming includes family-friendly TV shows like Third Rock From the Sun and Hell’s Kitchen, several movies, and live news coverage. There’s no sign-up, but if you like it, a Sling subscription starts at $20 per month.

Stream free movies and channels on Redbox

Redbox’s website lets you rent or buy movies online, but they recently started releasing free, ad-based live content that doesn’t require a credit card or account. The programming includes access to USA Today, Funny or Die, TMZ, and the like, and some movies.

With these excellent deals, stream more without having to shell out extra!

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