Check out the best Black Friday streaming deals

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Black Friday may not have officially arrived yet, but some deals have already gone live. That includes new Black Friday streaming deals, allowing people to sign up for many TV and movie streaming services for a lot less than normal. Here’s a look at the best Black Friday streaming deals we can find.

Get Hulu for $1.99 a month for one year

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Hulu is one of the best streaming services available, and now the Disney operated streaming service is offering customers a very cheap way to stream thousands of movies and TV episodes. From now until November 30, new customers, along with eligible returning subscribers, can get one year of Hulu for just $1.99 a month.

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To be clear, this deal is for the ad-supported version of Hulu, which normally costs $5.99 a month. Signing up for this $1.99 a month deal means that you will save $48 for the entire 12 months. Hulu has tons of great movies and TV shows to watch, along with its own critically and award-winning original content like The Handmaid’s Tale, The Great, and recent new entries like the movie Run and the revival of Animaniacs.

Don’t wait too long to snap up this big discount. This Hulu offer will end at 11:59 PM PT on November 30.

Get Philo for just $15 for the first month

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Philo is one of our favorite internet-based TV services for a couple of reasons. One is that it offers over 60 live TV channels, and the other is that it’s great value at just $20 a month. Well, the folks at Philo have decided to give new customers an even cheaper way to try out the service. From now until 11:59 PM ET on November 29, users can get Philo for just $15 for the first month. All you have to do for the discount is use the promo code Black Friday 2020 when you sign up for the service.

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In addition to offering over 60 live TV channels online on your smart TV, smartphone, or PC, Philo also offers unlimited cloud DVR, with recorded content lasting up to 30 days. You can stream on up to three devices at once on one account, and it lets users set up to 10 different profiles. Finally, there’s a seven-day free trial that will work even with this special Black Friday streaming offer, so you really have nothing to lose.

Try CBS All Access free for 30 days without a promo code

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Normally, the CBS All Access service offers a seven-day free trial, or sometimes it offers a promo code to extend that trial to 30 days. From now until November 30, the service has a Black Friday streaming deal that offers users their first 30 days for free, without having to type in a promo code. This deal is for both the ad-supported version (which normally costs $5.99 a month) and the ad-free version (which normally costs $9.99 a month).

CBS All Access has lots of great TV shows, and not just from the CBS network. There’s content from other CBSViacom cable networks like BET, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, and more. It also has a growing number of original series, including three Star Trek shows (Discovery, Picard, and Lower Decks). In December the service debuts its nine-episode adaptation of Stephen King’s classic novel The Stand.

Get a free Chromecast with Google TV when you pay for one month of YouTube TV

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If you have wanted to try Google’s own internet-based TV service YouTube TV, there’s a perfect opportunity right now. If you are a new customer and pay for the first month of service, you get a Chromecast with Google TV streaming TV device for free. The device normally costs $49.99, so essentially you will only be paying $15 for the normal $64.99 price of the first month of YouTube TV. Not a bad deal.

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You can learn more about Chromecast with Google TV in our review, but the short version is that it’s one of the best streaming TV devices you can currently buy. YouTube TV offers customers over 85 live TV channels, including local network affiliates in most cities. It also offers cloud DVR features, and you can record as much as you want, with the only limitation that the recorded programs disappear after nine months. You also get up to three concurrent streams and up to six different profiles on one account.

Sling TV has three Black Friday streaming deals

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Sling TV is yet another internet-based TV service, and it actually has three offers for its Black Friday streaming deals promotion this year. One is simple; just take $10 off the normal $30 price tag for the first month on either the Sling TV Orange or Sling TV Blue channel packages. The second lets you get the second month of Sling TV for free when you pay for the first month. Finally, the third offer lets you get the Android TV-based AirTV Mini dongle (normally $74.99) for free when you prepay for the first month of service.

Sling TV lets you get as many as 50 live TV channels, along with cloud DVR features and more.

Get a lifetime Plex Pass for just $89.99

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Plex Pass is not exactly a streaming service, but having a Plex Pass lifetime subscription is really handy for people who want to stream their own local media outside the home. Normally, the lifetime Plex Pass is $119.99, but for Black Friday, you can get it for just $89.99 if you use the promo code SURVIVETHESEASON. Plex Pass allows you to sync up, stream, and download your local media from your PC to your Android or iOS app on a Wi-Fi or cellular connection. If you have an antenna and tuner, Plex Pass can also be used as an over-the-air TV DVR to record local programs, including sports, news, and more.