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Best Streaming Service Deals – Updated January 2022

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These days, there are a ton of streaming services. Everyone and their dog has decided they want a piece of the streaming pie, with some companies offering multiple streaming services – like ViacomCBS which has Paramount+, BET+ and SHOWTIME. However, there are some great streaming service deals that you can take advantage of.

A lot of companies offer free streaming services, with a bill you may already have. Like free Disney+, Hulu and ESPN+ from Verizon. Or free Netflix from T-Mobile. So while there are hundreds of streaming services out there, you don’t need to spend an arm and a leg to get them.

Best Streaming Service Deals

In this post, we will regularly be updating the best streaming service deals that you can get right now. The instructions on how to get them will also be laid out below. So you can see if it is worth jumping through those hoops to get the free content. For example, with Verizon, you need to have a specific Unlimited plan to get the Disney+ bundle. So that information will be down below.

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We will be updating this quite often. So that we can be sure it has the most up-to-date information for everyone.

And you’ll be able to sit back and watch your favorite shows on your favorite streaming services, and potentially save some money. How much money? Well, depending on your situation, you could be getting multiple streaming services for free. For instance, I get Discovery+, Disney+, Hulu and ESPN+ free from Verizon for my phone service. HBO MAX free from AT&T for my ISP, and share a few others with family members. So its easy to get a lot of streaming services without paying for most of them.

Without further ado, here are the best streaming deals that are currently available.

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Disney+ Bundle | Verizon
Disney+ Bundle | Verizon

Verizon offers the Disney+ bundle (that includes Disney+, ESPN+ and Hulu with ads) included when you have a specific unlimited plan. That is either Play More Unlimited, or Get More Unlimited.

The Start Unlimited and Do More Unlimited plans offer 6 months of Disney+, but not the entire bundle and it’s only for six months.

Netflix | T-Mobile
Netflix | T-Mobile

T-Mobile offers Netflix “on US!” with most of their newer plans. Or up to $8.99 off of your plan if you upgrade your Netflix plan to the 4K version.

With Magenta Plans, you need at least two lines for Netflix on Us. Which will get you a $8.99 credit for the Netflix Basic plan, which can be used for other Netflix plans.

On Magenta Max plans T-Mobile offers $8.99 towards the Netflix Standard plans on single lines. If you have two or more lines you will get $13.99 towards the Netflix Standard plan.

If you have a Magenta Plus, One w/ One Plus plans, T-Mobile will cover up to $13.99 on the Netflix Standard plan, if you have two or more lines.

HBO MAX | AT&T
HBO MAX | AT&T

AT&T offers HBO MAX for free to its customers on Wireless, Internet and TV.

If you have AT&T Unlimited Elite, you can get HBO MAX included in your plan.

For internet customers, you’ll need AT&T Fiber 1000 to get HBO MAX included.

Finally, for TV, you need DIRECT Stream Choice (which is $84.99/month) to get HBO MAX included in your plan.

HBO MAX | Cricket
HBO MAX | Cricket

Cricket offers the ad-supported version of HBO MAX free to its customers. You will need to be on its $60/month unlimited plan to have this perk. All other plans are not eligible.

This is the ad-support HBO MAX tier, which means there are some ads on the service. You also won’t see movies the same day they hit theaters.

Apple TV+ | T-Mobile
Apple TV+ | T-Mobile

For a limited time, T-Mobile is offering a year of Apple TV+ to new and existing subscribers.

Eligible plans include Magenta, Magenta MAX, Magenta 55+, Magenta MAX 55+, Magenta First Responders, Magenta MAX First Responders, Magenta Military, Magenta MAX Military, Magenta MAX Welcome, Magenta Deaf or Heard of Hearing, Magenta Max Deaf or Hard of Hearing, Magenta Amplified, Business Unlimited Advanced, Business Unlimited Ultimate, Magenta for Business and Magenta MAX for Business rate plans.

Paramount+ | T-Mobile
Paramount+ | T-Mobile

T-Mobile also offers a year of Paramount+ for free, for all of its postpaid subscribers.

Active T-Mobile and Sprint postpaid wireless and Home Internet customers, including T-Mobile for Business w/ SSN customers, on eligible plans qualify for a year of Paramount+ ON US.

Sling TV | Verizon FiOS
Sling TV | Verizon FiOS

Verizon FiOS offers two months free of Sling TV. There are some caveats though.

You’re eligible for Sling on us if you are a new or current Verizon customer with an active Fios internet, wireless or 5G Home Internet account, and you are a new subscriber to Sling.

Hulu & Showtime | Spotify
Hulu & Showtime | Spotify

If you are a student, you can sign up for Spotify for $4.99/month and also get Hulu (with ads) and Showtime included. There’s no real caveats here, but you will need to prove you are a student (with a .edu email address).

discovery+ | Verizon
discovery+ | Verizon

Verizon offers its customers discovery+ free for up to 12 months.

On the Start Unlimited and Do More Unlimited plans it is 6 months.

On the Play More and Get More Unlimited plans it is 12 months.

After that, it is $6.99/month.

Peacock Premium | Comcast & Cox
Peacock Premium | Comcast & Cox

Both Comcast and Cox offers Peacock Premium ($5/month value) free to its subscribers.

You will need to have both Internet and TV subscriptions from Comcast or Cox to be able to get Peacock Premium. Meaning you can’t be a full-fledged cord-cutter.