Some of the best deals you'll find on Cyber Monday come in the form of streaming services. While they're not all offering discounts, some of the biggest are. That includes Hulu's on-demand service, Sling TV and Philo's live services, plus a few odds and ends thrown in for good measure.
We're rounding up the best streaming services deals here — check back often for updates.
And while you're at it, also be sure to check out these other deals:
- Black Friday deals on TVs
- Black Friday deals on VPNs for streaming
- Roku's best Black Friday deals
- The best Black Friday deals on streaming sticks
- The best Black Friday deals on remote controls
- Save $300 on this incredible new soundbar
Get Hulu for just $1.99 a month for 12 months
The ad-supported version of Hulu's on-demand service normally costs $5.99 a month. This deal gets you the first year for just $1.99 a month. That's one hell of a deal for the streaming service that has all kinds of great exclusive content like the new series A Teacher, Little Fires Everywhere, and The Handmaid's Tale.View Deal
Get a free month of Sling TV
Your basic BOGO deal here. Sign up for a month of Sling TV — and get a second month for free. You'll still have to dive through and decide if you want any of the extra services, but this isn't a bad deal at all.View Deal
Get a free Chromecast with Google TV from YouTube TV
Sign up for YouTube TV — the second-largest live-TV streaming service in the United States — and get a free Chromecast with Google TV. That's the new one with the remote control and thousands of apps. It's a $49.99 value.View Deal
Philo TV — save $5 on your first month
This deal saves you 25 percent — the math is season, so it's $5 — on your first month of service. Philo is surprisingly strong for its $20 subscription fee, with more than 60 channels, cloud-based DVR and other add-on options. You'll need to go to philo.tv/cybermonday, and then use the promo code cybermonday.View Deal
Phil spent his 20s in the newsroom of the Pensacola (Fla.) News Journal, his 30s on the road for AndroidCentral.com and Mobile Nations, is the Dad part of Modern Dad, and is editor of WhatToWatch.com.
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