The holiday season has paved the way for new users to try out a number of streaming services at a discounted rate. No matter if you are a new customer or a returning customer that has been away for a while, these streaming services offer Black Friday deals that feature movies, TV shows and music at a fraction of regular cost. Here are the best streaming deals being offered for Black Friday 2020:


Hulu is offering its standard subscription plan that comes with ads for only $1.99 a month again this year -- a $4 discount off the regular $5.99 monthly price, The Verge reports.

The offer is only available for new and returning customers that have canceled their services at least three months ago, and those that took advantage of the $1.99 deal in 2019 are not eligible for the Hulu promotion.

Hulu will begin offering the $1.99 sale at 12 a.m. PST/3 a.m. EST on Thursday through 11:59 p.m. PST on Monday/2:59 a.m. EST Tuesday, the Verge said.

Hulu also offers a streaming bundle that includes Disney+ and ESPN+ for $12.99 a month, as well as the ability to include add-ons such as HBOMax, Showtime, Cinemax, and Starz to a member subscription.


SlingTV is offering a buy one, get one deal: one month of streaming TV for free with the purchase of a month of its streaming service. Users will get access to more than 50 channels, free 10-hour Cloud DVR, and thousands of on-demand movies and TV shows.

The streaming company is also offering an AirTV Mini when a user subscribes with the company – a $79.99 value. The AirTV Mini allows for 4K streaming and one-touch access to Sling and Netflix from a remote control and the capability to play apps, games, music, and more on Google Play.

SlingTV also provides a three-day trial of its streaming TV service. The service costs $30 per month.


NBCUniversal’s Peacock is offering 20% off its Premium package, which typically costs $39.99 a year for Black Friday.

The streaming package includes thousands of hours of movies and TV programs, channels on Peacock, daily news, sports, and pop culture, kids shows and movies, Telemundo Spanish-language series programming, live sports, Peacock original series (such as the new "Saved by the Bell" reboot), and next-day access to NBC hits (like "This Is Us" and "Saturday Night Live").

Peacock also offers a free membership package and a Premium Plus package that costs $89.99 a year.

YouTube TV

YouTube is also offering a deal on its YouTube TV subscription by offering subscribers a new Chromecast with Google TV just for signing up. The tech accessory has a $49.99 value and is free after users make their first monthly payment.

YouTube TV costs $64.99 per month and gives members access to more than 85 channels of entertainment, news, live sports, and more. Subscribers are also able to record without storage limits and have access to six accounts.

YouTube said the offer available while supplies last. It also offers a free trial of the TV service.


For music lovers, Spotify is offering three months of music streaming for free just by signing up for its individual Premium plan. The plan costs $9.99 per month after the three free months and is only available to new users.

Included in Spotify’s Premium plan are no ad interruptions, unlimited skips, and offline play. The offer runs until Dec. 31.

Spotify also offers a Duo, Student, and Family Premium Plan, which ranges in price from $4.99 to $14.99 per month.

Hulu CEO Mike Hopkins confirmed a live TV offering in the works and announced the service will have 12 million subscribers by the end of the month at the company's upfront presentation on May 4, 2016. Oriana Schwindt/International Business Times