Everyone knows that cable is insanely expensive, which leads most people to ditch it in favor of online streaming services. From Netflix to Disney Plus, there are tons of options out there now for people who want to forego the traditional TV services. However, once you have a few streaming services, you might notice your bills are climbing up again to cable prices.
So, how can you get your favorite shows and movies without spending an arm and a leg? Well, you can try out these streaming deals to get the most bang for your buck.
As far as getting a massive amount of content for a low fee, the Disney Bundle is pretty much as good as it gets. For $13 per month, you get a subscription to Hulu, Disney Plus, and ESPN Plus.
That’s, frankly, a ton of content. Hulu means you get to watch not only Hulu’s originals, like The Handmaid’s Tale, but also new shows as they’re coming out.
Beyond just Hulu, Disney Plus means you can watch Marvel movies and Star Wars. Do you need more than that? Okay, sure, but you also get Disney and Pixar stuff, not to mention National Geographic. Then, adding ESPN on is a huge added bonus. Any sports buffs in the house will be thrilled about that one.
So, Disney stuff, new shows, sports… that’s pretty much everything you need, right?
Netflix remains one of the best deals in the streaming space due to the sheer volume of original content on the platform. The originator of the streaming TV world we now live in, Netflix knows how to make content you’ll want to binge in one setting.
While they do have access to a library of movies and TV shows, the recent push by major studios to move all of their content into their own streaming services has somewhat complicated Netflix’s former role as the catch-all streaming service.
That being said, the robust lineup of original programming essentially makes Netflix its own streaming channel. Not to mention, it’s pretty affordable at only $9 per month for the lowest-cost subscription.
The best deal in the streaming world is free, right? If you don’t want to spend one red cent on your entertainment budget but still want to be able to watch TV, Pluto TV is for you.
The ad-supported, internet-based service is very popular, due in no small part to its free-to-watch nature. While the programming is scraped from the internet and is mostly older shows and online re-runs, it’s still entertainment that costs you nothing at all.