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All Streaming Service Discounts & Trials for Cord Cutters in June 2022

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As some of the major streaming services get rid of free trials, others still offer them. This can be useful if you want to bingewatch a series without breaking your budget. This blog post features all the free streaming trials and discounts you can get in June 2022.

Please note this info is relevant to the versions of these services in the United States. Pricing & trials may vary in other regions.

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Free Streaming Trials- A Handy Little Chart

To make things easy, here is a chart with every major streaming service and what free trials they currently offer. If you would like to avoid getting charged, make sure to cancel before the end of the trial period.

Name of Streaming ServiceFree Trial Offered?For How Long?Sign-Up LinkPrice After Trial
NetflixNo 🚫 N/ASign up$9.99/mo (Standard)
$15.49/mo (Basic)
$19.99/mo (Premium)
HuluYes βœ… 30 DaysSign up$6.99/mo (w/ ads)
$12.99/mo (ad-free)
Prime VideoYes βœ… 30 DaysSign up$8.99/mo (video only)
$14.99/mo (w/ Prime)
HBO MaxNo 🚫N/ASign up$9.99/mo (w/ ads)
$14.99/mo (ad-free)
Paramount+Yes βœ… 7 daysSign up$4.99/mo (Essential)
$9.99/mo (Premium)
PeacockOffers free planUnlimited w/ adsSign up$0 (Free Plan)
$4.99/mo (Premium)
$9.99/mo (Premium+)
Discovery+Yes βœ…7 DaysSign up$4.99/mo (w/ ads)
$6.99/mo (ad-free)
Apple TV+Yes βœ…7 DaysSign up$4.99/mo
Disney+No 🚫N/ASign up$7.99/mo
ShowtimeYes βœ…30 daysSign up$10.99/mo
$3.99/mo for
1st 3 months
STARZNo 🚫N/ASign up$3/mo.
for 6 months
(limited time deal)
CuriosityStreamNo 🚫N/ASign up$2.99/mo (HD)
$9.99/mo. (4K)
AMC+Yes βœ…7 daysSign up$
ShudderYes βœ…7 daysSign up$4.75/mo
ESPN+No 🚫N/ASign up$6.99/mo
YouTube TVYes βœ…14 daysSign up$54.99/mo for 3 months
$64.99/mo. after
Hulu + Live TVNo 🚫N/ASign up$69.99/mo
(includes Disney+
& ESPN+)
fuboTVYes βœ…7 DaysSign up$69.99/mo
DIRECTV StreamYes βœ…5 daysSign up$69.99/mo (Entertainment)
*$54.99 (1st 2 mos)
$89.99/mo (
$74.99 (1st 2 mos)
$89.99 (1st 2 mos)
Sling TVNo 🚫N/ASign up$25/ 1st mo (Blue)
$35/mo after
$25/mo (Orange)
$35/mo after
$40/ 1st mo (Blue + Orange)
$50/mo after
PhiloYes βœ…7 daysSign up$25/mo
Frndly TVYes βœ…7 daysSign up$6.99/mo (Basic)
$8.99/mo (Classic)
$10.99/mo (Premium)

Streaming Service Discounts & Bundles

In addition to the free streaming trials mentioned above, here are some additional deals and discounts you can get this month.

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Get $30 off your first two months for all plans after free trial. Get this deal here.

Get first 3 months of YouTube TV for just $54.99/mo after 14 day free trial. Use referral link below and get AN ADDITIONAL $10 off. 14 days free and 1st month for $44.99!

Sign up here.

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Get Showtime for 30 days free then just $3.99/mo. for the 1st 3 months (normal price $10.99/mo.). Get deal here.

Verizon customers can get the Disney Bundle (Disney+, ESPN+, & Hulu) at no extra charge with certain plans. Details here. Verizon also offers 6 months of Discovery+ to certain customers. Details on the Discovery+ offer here.

T-Mobile customers can get free or discounted memberships to Netflix (details here), Paramount+ (details here), Philo (details here), Apple TV+ (details here) or YouTube TV (details here) with certain plans.

Xfinity customers can get Peacock Premium for free with certain plans. Details here.

You can now bundle Showtime together with Paramount+ and save up to 38%! Limited time offer. Get Showtime with Paramount+ for less than $10/month. Ends 6/30/22. Get the deal here.

STARZ is offering their memberships for just $3/mo. for six months (normally $8.99/mo.). Sign up here.

Get $10 off your first month of Sling TV (all plans). Get deal here.

Get Disney+ for just $2.99/mo. (normally $7.99/mo) when you add it to your Hulu subscription. For step by step instructions, go here.

Customers who buy an Apple device can get 90 days of Apple TV+ free. Get more details here.

Student Discounts

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  • Amazon Prime- Students can get a six month free trial, then an Amazon Prime Student subscription for either $7.49/mo or $69/yr. Students can also add-on Showtime for $0.99/mo for 12 months. Sign up here.
  • Hulu– Students can get the ad-supported Hulu plan for just $1.99/mo. Sign up here.
  • Spotify Premium– After a 30 day free trial, students can get a bundle of Spotify, Hulu, & Showtime combined for just $4.99/mo. Sign up here.
  • Paramount+: Students can get 25% off a subscription (scroll down to “Are You a Student?” on the homepage and verify your school). Sign up here.

Military Discounts

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Take note that the availability of each streaming service may vary if you are serving overseas. Check the websites linked on this page for more details each streaming service’s availability.

  • Discovery+: Active-duty military, spouses, reservists, or veterans can get 7 days free then a discounted membership of $2.99/month for the ad-lite plan. Sign up here.
  • Hulu: Active-duty military service members can get a discount of 10% off a regular Hulu membership every month for 12 months (after free 30 day trial). Must be purchased through The Exchange here.
  • Showtime: Members of the military can save 60% off for four months after a free trial through You can access this deal here. A Showtime separate deal is offered through GovX. This deal is open to current and former military as well as their families. It reduces the monthly price from $10.99/mo to $8.99. Access this deal here.
  • Disney Bundle: Current and former military, as well as their families can save 25% with the Disney bundle through GovX. This includes Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+. Access this deal here.
  • fuboTV: Save $10 off your first two months of fuboTV through GovX. Like the other GovX deals this offer is open to current and former military and their families. Get the deal here.

EBT/Medicaid Recipients

  • Recipients of EBT (also called SNAP or Food Stamps) and Medicaid benefits can get a monthly Amazon Prime membership for 50% off ($6.99/mo). You’ll also get a 30 day free trial. This includes all the benefits of Amazon Prime including free delivery, access to Prime Video, and special deals. You can use your EBT balance to pay for groceries ordered through Amazon. To verify your eligibility go here. 

Annual Discounts

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  • Paramount+: Get 12 months for the price of 10 with an annual membership. Essential Plan for $49.99/yr. and Premium Plan for $99.99/yr. Sign up here.
  • Amazon Prime: Get all the benefits of Prime for $139/yr (equivalent of $11.58/mo). Sign up here.
  • HBO Max: Save 16% with an annual plan. Ad-supported is $99.99/yr and ad-free is $149.99/yr. Sign up here.
  • Peacock: Annual plans are $49.99/yr for Peacock Premium or $99.99/yr for Peacock Premium Plus. Sign up here.
  • CuriosityStream: $19.99/yr for HD and $69.99/yr for 4K. Get deal here.

Streaming Bundles

  • Disney Bundle: Includes Hulu (w/ ads), Disney+, & ESPN+ for $13.99/mo or get Hulu (w/ no ads) with your bundle for $19.99/mo. Sign up here.
  • Showtime Bundle: Save up to 28% by bundling Paramount+ with Showtime. Essential Plan w/ Showtime is $11.99/mo. or $119.99/yr. Premium Plan w/ Showtime is $14.99/mo or $149.99/yr.

For a limited time save even more. Now just $9.99/mo or $99.99/yr for the Paramount + Essential Plan w/ Showtime. The Paramount+ Premium Plan with Showtime is $12.99/mo or $129.99/yr. Get offer here.

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Matt Davis is a writer, entertainment critic, and content creator that hails from the Kanas City area. He has been featured in various publications, including and CNET. As the founder of Shall I Stream It? he has helped it grow into a multi-platform media outlet that reaches over 100,000 viewers each month.
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