With the launch of Paramount+, your streaming TV options and monthly payment options are likely to increase. Between Hulu, Netflix, HBO Max, Peacock, and Disney+, you could end up with a bill that rivals a traditional cable subscription, minus the live TV. However, if you look in the right place, you could find great deals. Below are some such deals on streaming services:
Bundle Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu
The basic Disney+ bundle helps you save $5 each month over the cost of getting individual ESPN+, Hulu, and Disney+ subscriptions. It’s the same as getting ESPN+ for free.
YouTube TV with T-Mobile for $55
T-Mobile currently offers YouTube TV, a popular live TV streaming service favorite, at a discount of $10 ($55). This deal is available to any current customer of T-Mobile wireless or home internet service.
Free Discovery+ with select Verizon Unlimited and home broadband plans
Discovery+ charges $5 for its ad-supported plan and $7 for its ad-free plan. As with Disney+, getting the subscription through Verizon is the best as you can get it for free. Verizon is offering the ad-free version of Discovery+ for free with select unlimited wireless plans. Subscribers who are new to the telecom giant’s Fios and 5G Home internet plans can also avail of this offer.
Wireless users must have a Play More or Get More plan to get the deal. People using Verizon’s other unlimited plans, including the Verizon Unlimited, Beyond Unlimited, Above Unlimited, Go Unlimited, Do More Unlimited, and Start Unlimited plans, can get a free six-month subscription.
Hulu for students
College students who don’t want the Spotify bundle can save $4 per month by getting the ad-supported Hulu for $2 per month.
Get Philo for $10 with T-Mobile
Philo is a service like YouTube TV but with fewer channels. For example, without any sports, news, or local channels. Just like the YouTube deal, this deal is available to any T-Mobile subscriber. It cuts the monthly cost of Philo ($20) in half. This deal is available until June 30 with promo code 2021PhiloP1.
To save money, you could also get the Hulu, Spotify, and Showtime bundle for students or bundle a Chromecast with Google TV and six months of Netflix.