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Stream endlessly with Black Friday deals for Disney+, Hulu, Max, Peacock, Paramount+, and more

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If you’re one of those people who is overwhelmed by the amount of content available on streaming services, things might get a bit trickier thanks to these Black Friday deals on some of the biggest streaming sites around. While the largest site out there, Netflix, doesn’t have a sale for subscriptions, there are plenty of other deals out there to be made.

Hulu and Disney+ Black Friday Deal

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If you’re okay with some ads popping up during your viewing, you can get both Hulu and Disney+ for a full year for just $2.99 per month. Fans who are only after a Hulu subscription can knock the price down even lower to just $.99 per month for the first year. However, if you want the ad-free content that we’ve all become accustomed to since the age of streaming began, you’ll need to shell out full price for both services.

Paramount+ Black Friday Deal

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If you’re desperate to binge all of the Yellowstone series before the final episodes drop next November, we have some very good news for you. Paramount+ is offering three months of access for just $1.99 per month, which is half the usual rate. You can throw in access to SHOWTIME for another $2.00 per month as well. You’ll have to pay full price after that, however, so be careful not to get hooked.

Peacock Black Friday Deal

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Want to see if the Frasier reboot is as bad as everyone made it out to be? Or want to yet another rewatch of The Office? You’re in luck because streaming site Peacock has probably the best Black Friday deal of any streamer this year, offering a full year of access for just $19.99 when you use the code YEARLONG at checkout. Or you can pay monthly for $1.99 a month with the code BIGDEAL.

Starz Black Friday Deal

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This one becomes a bit tangled, but here are the best Black Friday deals we found on a Starz membership this year. You can either pay $3 per month to get a three-month subscription to the site or you can choose the Starz add-on for Hulu for an additional $.99 per month. However, we’re not clear if the Starz add-on can be used in conjunction with the Hulu Black Friday deal mentioned above, so the $3 per month price is probably still a better value than adding it to Hulu.

Max Black Friday Deal

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If you sign up for a subscription to Max before Monday, you can get it for around 70% off. For just $2.99 per month, you can stream The Last of Us or most of the Studio Ghibli collection, which is a pretty good deal if you ask us. However, that price is only for six months so you’ll either need to cancel before the full price kicks in or resign yourself to paying $9.99 per month for Max.

Sling TV Black Friday Deal

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If you’re looking for a cost-effective way to stream live TV, Sling TV might be the answer. Normally plans start at $40 per month and go up to $60 for their Sling Orange & Blue package, but they currently have a Black Friday deal on for 50% off your first month. Not only that, but they’ll throw in an Amazon Fire Stick Lite for free as part of the deal. It’s a pretty good price but it still comes with a hefty price tag.


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