The long-awaited Black Friday is almost here! As the US people look forward to the deep discounts on the fashion and tech arenas, the digital streaming world is not forgotten either. Owing to the pandemic, the new norm has pushed a great population to digital streaming as being outdoorsy is no longer on the menu nowadays. Therefore, we are left with our screens and phones staring back at us whenever we have some leisure time – or even the whole weekend at large. Additionally, with kids staying at home for the better part of this year, many families have resorted to expensive live stream subscriptions to keep their kids out of mischief. Well, Black Friday is here to save our draining pockets. With over 25 percent discount on Hulu, Disney+, and ESPN+ we can now enjoy live TV without worrying we dug too deep into our accounts. However, is Disney plus worth it? Keep reading to find out and before making any subscriptions, scroll through the online reviews just to be certain you have the right choice. It never hurts to know your neighbor’s experience!
Well, the main objective for Black Friday is getting deals with cheap bargains. So maximizing savings is technically the end goal. Consequently, ad-supported subscriptions for any live streaming service will give your wallet a breather – even on a Black Friday sale. Why not spend commercial time like the old days where you’d rash to the bathroom or grab a snack only to have a sibling dash you in front of the TV. Ha! I can’t seem to reminisce enough how fun it was.
Here’s another tip; share subscriptions with family and friends. If you haven’t done this over the past years, how about you walk into this season’s Black Friday prepared to make the most of every offer? Plan in advance with your friends to have one of them pay for Hulu while you do Disney+ and so on and you’ll share the respective accounts. This way you can save a great deal of cash and watch anything you want even though you might have to invest a little higher on premium packages which allow several user-profiles and devices.
Enough with the streaming hacks. Let’s ponder on the best packages you can acquire in 2020’s deals. Disney+, to begin with, is probably the best family-oriented entertainment TV you can find in the market. Particularly if you have kids around, aim to acquire a Disney plus streaming service this Black Friday and you’ll need not worry about your kids stumbling on inappropriate content. Not forgetting the freebies, Disney+ offers a 7-day free trial period and a Black Friday bundle that allows one to save on subscriptions using iTunes gift cards.
Over the years, Hulu has offered great subscription services during the holiday season. Although there are no official details as of this year’s package yet, last year’s Black Friday morning was coddled with a monthly package subscription of $1.99 or $24 for the first-year deal while the normal subscription would cost up to $6 a month. Although there was a catch to the deal – as one had to be a new Hulu customer – passing up such an offer is not quite easy. I’d say we can expect the same for this year or even slicker deals. With such a subscription, you can binge-watch thousands of movies and episodes from your favorite TV shows. Nonetheless, there’s a fear that the prices may shoot up this November due to the current COVID-19 crisis which has burgeoned the demand for streaming content.
How could we leave out the gaming community? As a sports fanatic, subscribing to the ESPN Plus streaming service is a prime move. With this, you get live game coverage from the MLS, MLB, and NHL and game recaps of the NBA and NFL. Golf, College Football, International Soccer, UFC, and tennis recaps are also played on ESPN plus in HD. While other streaming companies have been restricted from featuring live game coverage due to husky deals between the game leagues and TV networks, the ESPN plus subscription will certainly feed your sports’ appetite. The holiday special package for this November is entirely exquisite with a 30 percent discount on Black Friday coupons and promo codes and an additional 20 percent discount with no coupon code required. Spoiler alert; the games come with regular commercials just like the TV shows. Watch out for the deals’ expiry day this season as they only remain active for a limited time.