Limited-Time Offer: You Can Join Peacock for Under $1 a Month
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Want to join Peacock? NBC Universal’s streaming platform is home to thousands of hours of entertainment. From binge-worthy TV shows to exclusive movies, must-watch sporting events and tons of other programming, Peacock has something for every kind of streamer.
New subscribers can join Peacock for $0. 99 a month for 12 months but the Black Friday/Cyber Monday deal ends tonight (Nov. 28), so you’ll have to act fast if you want to save big on your streaming bill. Peacock’s Premium plan is eligible for the discount, which is $4 per month. 99 per month or $49. 99 a year.
While it can be tedious to find the best streaming plans, it will be worthwhile in savings if you enjoy watching TV. Cyber Monday is your last chance to get a great streaming deal after Black Friday. Below are details about how to join Peacock and how to get a free subscription.
How to Join Peacock for $0. 99 a Month
To join, click on the buy button below and follow all the prompts to create an account. Peacock Premium Plus or Peacock Premium Plus subscribers are not eligible for the streaming deal. 99/month) subscribers and is valid from Nov. 20-Nov. 28.
$0. 99/month for a year
What’s Streaming on Peacock?
Bravo’s exclusive platform is Peacock. Fans can watch The Real Housewives franchise, Family Karma, Married to Medicine, the Below Deck franchise, and The Real Housewives: Ultimate Girls Trip.
Subscribers can stream current episodes of The Voice and other NBC shows in addition to The Real Housewives of Potomac, The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City, the upcoming season of The Real Housewives of New Jersey and New York City and other shows in the franchise as soon as the episodes premiere on Bravo.
Feeling nostalgic? Dip into the archives to watch older episodes from The Real Housewives vault. The franchise has been removed from Hulu this week, making Peacock the only place to access the entire catalog at no extra cost. Paid episodes are available on Prime Video, Google Play, Vudu and Apple iTunes.
Also streaming exclusively on Peacock: Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin, Vampire Academy, A Friend of the Family, The Resort, Love Island USA, One of Us Is Lying, Angelyne, Bel-Air, Dr. Death, The End Is Nye, Last Light, Vigil, Saved by the Bell, We Are Lady Parts, Girls5Eva, Rutherford Falls and Days of Our Lives. In addition to exclusives, subscribers can binge episodes of Yellowstone, The Office, That ’70s Show, Modern Family, Parks & Recreation and other beloved TV series.
Movies available on Peacock include Nope, Jurassic World: Dominion, Minions: Rise of Gru, Honk for Jesus: Save Your Soul, Boxed In, The Independent, Halloween Ends, The Secret Lives of Pets, Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris, and the entire Harry Potter film series.
How to Watch Sports on Peacock: NFL, World Cup, WWE & More
If you are a WWE fan, Peacock allows you to stream live events, original series, WWE documentaries, and in-ring shows. Peacock also offers Premiere League and other sporting events. Click here for additional details.
How to Get Free Peacock
Although Peacock has a great streaming deal at just $0. 99 a month for a limited time, the platform does not offer a free trial (there are certain episodes and movies that you can watch for free, but some shows will require an upgrade to the paid tier to continue streaming).
How can you begin watching Peacocks? Simply download the app or log-in directly through the website. You can access the streaming platform via your TV, laptop, or computer as well as a smartphone or tablet device. And for those streaming from outside the U.S., Peacock is accessible through ExpressVPN.
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