Best Cyber Monday streaming deals on Disney+, HBO Max, Hulu, Peacock and more

Best Cyber Monday streaming deals
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So, you've just taken advantage of a Cyber Monday TV deal and now you need an equally awesome Cyber Monday streaming deal so you've got loads of stuff to watch on it. Well, we've got great news, because there is one. In fact, there's a whole bunch.

Even though Black Friday is officially over for another year, plenty of video streaming services are offering price cuts on subscription prices during Cyber Monday too, including Hulu and HBO Max. Is music more your thing? There are also fantastic ways to try Tidal and Amazon music streaming services cheaply...

Hulu Cyber Monday deal

Last year, Hulu offered new and returning customers a stunning Cyber Monday deal: Hulu for $0.99 per month, for a year.

This year's deal isn't quite as generous, but it still saves you 75 per cent off an annual subscription. Now and for the next week, new and eligible returning customers (those who haven't signed up within the previous month) can subscribe to one year of the Hulu (With Ads) plan for $1.99 per month (opens in new tab).

Users will be charged $1.99 month-to-month for 12 months until the 1-year promotional period expires, when the charge will rise to the regular price of $7.99/month. You can cancel any time during the 12 months, either by going on Hulu's website or giving the company a call. 

The Ts & Cs: the offer is not combinable with any free trial of the Hulu (With Ads) plan or any other promotional offers or pricing (including the Disney Bundle), and it's not redeemable via gift card.

12-months of Hulu (Ads) for $1.99/month (save 75%) (opens in new tab)

12-months of Hulu (Ads) for $1.99/month (save 75%) (opens in new tab)
With an extensive library of movies, originals and classic series, unlimited access to the entire Hulu's ad-supported tier typically costs $84 per year – so this deal could save you a massive $72 and keep you entertained until Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2023.

HBO Max Cyber Monday deal

HBO Max has well and truly made up for a lack of a Black Friday deal in 2021 with a brilliant one this year. What started for Black Friday 2022 has continued into Cyber Monday – you can sign up for HBO Max (With Ads) for $1.99 per month for three months (opens in new tab), saving you just shy of $24 over that 90-day period. The deal expires on 28th November.

As for the Ts & Cs... "After your discounted subscription period, your subscription will auto-renew each month at the then-current subscription price for the With Ads monthly plan (currently, $9.99/mo. plus applicable tax), on a recurring basis, unless you cancel before the renewal."

HBO Max $9.99 (opens in new tab)

HBO Max $9.99 $1.99 for 3 months (save $24) (opens in new tab)
The HBO streaming service offers a ton of top-drawer content from HBO, Warner Bros., New Line Cinema, DC and more. Subscribers get unlimited access to all of that on smart TV platforms, such as Roku TV and through the likes of Amazon Fire Sticks, Apple TV 4K and Chromecast too.

Sling Cyber Monday deal

This time last year, Sling offered two months for the price of one: two months' access to all the sports, entertainment and news on services like ESPN, Fox, NBCSN, Discovery, AMC, NFL Network, NBA TV for just $40.

Sling's current deal? 50 per cent off your first month of any subscription (opens in new tab) (Orange, Blue or Orange & Blue). Head to the Sling site (opens in new tab) for a full channel and price rundown of each package.

That isn't all, though. If you pay for two months of Sling upfront, you can bag yourself a free AirTV Mini video streamer (opens in new tab) worth $80!

Sling TV 50% off the first month. Any package. (opens in new tab)

Sling TV 50% off the first month. Any package. (opens in new tab)
Watch over 50 live channels (including AMC, Bravo, CNN, HGTV and FOX News) for 30 days for just $20. No contracts, no commitments, just hours of cable-free entertainment.

Peacock Cyber Monday deal

This one will be hard to beat: a Peacock Premium subscription for $0.99/month (opens in new tab) for 12 months when you use the code "SAVEBIG".

Available to those who are not currently a Peacock Premium or Premium Plus subscriber, this Black Friday deal offers a year's access to the ad-supported video-on-demand service for just shy of $12. Typically, that would cost you just under $60.

Peacock Premium for one year $60 (opens in new tab)

Peacock Premium for one year $60 $12 (save $48) (opens in new tab)
Peacock TV – the streaming service (opens in new tab) from NBCUniversal
offers 40,000+ hours of "hit movies, TV shows and more". New arrivals include The Undeclared War (Simon Pegg, Mark Rylance), Yellowstone (Kevin Costner) and Jurassic World: Dominion (Chris Pratt, Jeff Goldblum).

Paramount+ Cyber Monday deal

You can get a 12-month Paramount+ Essential subscription completely free when you sign up for Walmart+ (opens in new tab) during Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2022.

Don't want to commit? Paramount+ isn't running a Black Friday or Cyber Monday deal (at the moment, anyway), but it is offering a 7-day free trial and a 16 per cent discount if you pay for a year upfront.

Within Paramount+'s extensive catalogue you'll find a good deal of 4K movie content, past and current CBS series as well as shows from Nickelodeon, MTV, Comedy Central and UEFA competition soccer.

Paramount+ free with Walmart+ (opens in new tab)

Paramount+ free with Walmart+ (opens in new tab) or one-month free trial (opens in new tab)
Stream the NFL on CBS, Star Trek: Discovery much more for free with a one-month trial offer of Paramount+. Or get a whole year 'free' with a subscription to Walmart+.

BritBox Cyber Monday deal

Offering Americans the best of British TV, BritBox is a one-stop shop for great British dramas and comedies and even daytime TV. The relatively niche service is typically $7.99 per month, but for Black Friday 2022 new or returning subscribers can get two months for $3.98 (opens in new tab).

The offer is valid now until 4th December.

BritBox $7.99 (opens in new tab)

BritBox $7.99 $1.99/month for two months (opens in new tab)
A streaming service from both the UK's BBC and ITV, BritBox brings together the biggest collection of British TV content ever found on a streaming service, combining current and classic boxsets for viewing on-demand for US subscribers.

Disney Plus Cyber Monday deal

In September, to celebrate Disney+ Day (basically the service's birthday), the House of Mouse offered its streaming service for just $1.99 for the first month. Unfortunately, that deal expired and hasn't returned for Black Friday. 

You can, however, score a saving on the monthly Disney+ subscription by paying for an annual one upfront for $79.99 (opens in new tab). Or you can bundle Disney+ with Hulu and ESPN+ for just $13.99 per month (opens in new tab) (or $12.99 with ads on Disney+), saving you on the individual price of the three services.

If you are planning to sign up, we should mention that now is a good time. Disney+ will be increasing its monthly and annual subscription fee from $7.99/month or $79.99/year to $10.99/month or $109.99/year on 8th December, so if you get in before then you can save on your first month or year.

Disney+  $95.88 (opens in new tab)

Disney+ $95.88 $79.99 for a one-year subscription (save $15) (opens in new tab) or Disney+, ESPN & Hulu for $13.99 per month (opens in new tab)
(opens in new tab)Get access to Disney's Marvel, National Geographic, Pixar, and Star Wars content, with classic and new shows coming online every day – including Star Wars. No contract, cancel anytime.

Tidal Cyber Monday deal

Tidal is no stranger to a great deal. Last year we saw the music streaming service offer 90 days for $1 or $2 depending on the tier, and Tidal deals aren't often just limited to Black Friday either. So we are somewhat surprised that Tidal hasn't dropped a Black Friday 2022 deal yet. Perhaps it is waiting until later in the week when Black Friday actually takes place...

Anyone looking to up their streaming game or hear for themselves can still take advantage of a free 30-day trial, however. And we would recommend they do this if they want to try out hi-res through their phone/headphones or hi-fi system.

Tidal: 30-day free trial (opens in new tab)

Tidal: 30-day free trial
(opens in new tab)We love Tidal so much, we gave the streaming subscription a What Hi-Fi? 2022 Award. You can get CD-quality streams with the HiFi plan, or hi-res streaming and 360 audio with the HiFi Plus tier.

Amazon Music Cyber Monday deal

As well as slashing the prices of its Echo and Fire devices, Amazon is also offering a deal on its hi-res music service. And it's a pretty good deal too, as it involves you parting with exactly zero money while you enjoying 90 days of high fidelity music.

Amazon usually offers a one-month free trial of its service before it requires you to cough up the $9.99 monthly fee, but right now for Black Friday 2022, it has extended that free trial to three months (opens in new tab)! Not bad at all...

Amazon Music Unlimited 3 months free (save up to $30) (opens in new tab)

Amazon Music Unlimited 3 months free (save up to $30) (opens in new tab)
Normally $9.99 a month ($7.99 for Amazon Prime members), so you can save up to $30 with this deal. Amazon Music has never been so appealing as hi-res and lossless audio is now included.

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Becky is the managing editor of What Hi-Fi? and, since her recent move to Melbourne, also the editor of Australian Hi-Fi magazine. During her eight years in the hi-fi industry, she has been fortunate enough to travel the world to report on the biggest and most exciting brands in hi-fi and consumer tech (and has had the jetlag and hangovers to remember them by). In her spare time, Becky can often be found running, watching Liverpool FC and horror movies, and hunting for gluten-free cake.