Black Friday streaming deals 2023: These stellar streaming sales are still around, covering music, TV and film

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With so much choice when it comes to TV, film and music streaming services, choosing the right option can be bewildering. All have their pros, cons, exclusives and subscription costs - so if you haven't taken the plunge just yet, checking through the Black Friday streaming deals that are still going strong is an ideal place to start.

The first streaming deal that caught our eye was over at Paramount Plus where you can pay just $1.99/month for 3 months of Paramount Plus Essential. That's down from the regular price of $5.99/month. You can also get Paramount Plus with Showtime this Black Friday for $3.99/month for 3 months - down from the usual cost of $11.99/month. Both these offers run until December 3.

If it's music you're after, you can grab three free month of Amazon Music Unlimited in both the US and UK. This will give you access to millions of songs in HD and Spacial Audio.

Even if you miss out on a streaming deal, more will be along - and we'll be covering them on our guide to the best Cyber Monday streaming deals.

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Amazon Music Unlimited: 3 months free

Amazon Music Unlimited: 3 months free
For a limited period (which Amazon hasn’t specified), you can enjoy a three-month trial of Amazon Music Unlimited without paying a penny. This is two months longer than the usual one-month trial period, giving you more time to decide whether you want to sign up for a paid subscription. If you decide not to, it’s easy to cancel, or you’ll start paying the $10.99/£10.99 monthly fee ($9.99/£9.99 per month for Amazon Prime members) automatically. Undecided, you can read our full Amazon Music Unlimited review here.

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Paramount+ Essential: $1.99/month for 3 months

Paramount+ Essential: $1.99/month for 3 months
Paramount Plus Essential usually costs $5.99/month, but that price has been cut for Black Friday. Yes, there are ads but there are hundreds on films and TV series including everything Star Trek and from December 5, you'll be able to watch Geddy Lee's new series Are Bass Players Human Too?.

Paramount+/Showtime: $3.99/month for 3 months

Paramount+/Showtime: $3.99/month for 3 months
Paramount Plus with Showtime normally costs $11.99/month, so this is a great Black Friday deal. This is Paramount's ad-free option and along with all the content from the Essential package, this one also features shows like  cult classic Twin Peaks and you can download content to watch offline.

FuboTV: $20/a month off for first 2 months

FuboTV: $20/a month off for first 2 months
Fubo TV gives you access to dozens of TV channels across a variety of subscription models - and this Black Friday  you can save on the Pro, Elite or Premier sub plans with $20 off a month for the first two months. There’s also a 7-day free trial so you can try before you buy.

Hulu: $0.99/month for first 12 months

Hulu: $0.99/month for first 12 months
Hulu usually costs $7.99/month, but this Black Friday you can get the ad-supported plan for just $0.99/month for the first 12 months. As if that wasn’t good enough, you can also add Disney+ with ads to your package for an extra $2 a month more.

Max: Was $9.99/month, now $2.99/month for 6 mth

Max: Was $9.99/month, now $2.99/month for 6 mth
Rather than pay $9.99 a month for Max, this Black Friday you can grab it for just $2.99/month for the first 6 months. You’ll get access to all HBO series and movies including The Last Of Us, The Sopranos, His Dark Materials and Howl’s Moving Castle.

UK deals

Disney+: 12 month sub for the price of 10 months

Disney+: 12 month sub for the price of 10 months
This is an excellent opportunity to get more for your money, as Disney are offering a 12 month subscription for the price of 8. Disney, Star Wars, Marvel and more.

Paramount+: 50% off for 3 months

Paramount+: 50% off for 3 months
The price of Paramount+ in the UK has been cut in half this Black Friday, with the streaming service offering customers 3 months at £3.49/month. It usually costs £6.99 a month and makes it the perfect time to sign up to watch the new Geddy Lee series Are Bass Players Human Too? which premieres on December 5. There’s also a whole heap of content to dive into too, including the entire Star Trek universe.

Black Friday FAQ

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When do the Black Friday streaming deals start?

As always, Black Friday takes place the day after Thanksgiving in the US, with this year's big sales event taking place on November 24. The Black Friday streaming deals will continue right through that weekend and right into Cyber Monday on November 27.

We're keeping our eyes on promotions and deals on music, film and TV streaming services and bringing you our favourites. So whether you want to explore a new streaming service or check out all the latest Black Friday music deals, we'll have it all covered right here at Louder.

What streaming deals can I expect to see?

While Black Friday is usually associated with money off physical products, there are so many streaming services jostling for your attention. It's an increasingly busy sector and many will be offering discounts on packages, extended their trial periods and offering cheaper deals on their 'with ads' subscriptions.

Last year we saw savings from streaming services including Amazon Music Unlimited, Disney+, Hulu, HBO Max, Paramount+, Peacock TV - and it's also worth noting that many of the big online shopping giants have been known to throw in a streaming subscription free for up to six months when buying a Bluetooth speaker or pair of headphones. This can sometimes be squirrelled away in the small print.

We'll be keeping on top of the Black Friday streaming deals and posting them on this page so you don't miss out.

How to prepare

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With so many streaming services available to us, many of them will be cutting prices on their subscriptions on Black Friday. Keeping track of everything on offer on top of all the other deals flying around will be like spinning plates, but the Louder team will be on hand to bring you all the latest offers, so keep this page bookmarked and check back often over the Black Friday weekend.

If there's a specific streaming service you have your eye on, you can always check their official website or social media channels over the November sales weekend. Many will also have bundle deals available, so be aware that you might be signing up for more than you actually want so keep your search focused and check the small print. Again, we'll highlight the best deals and what you'll get for your money.

How we choose services

The Louder team consume much of our TV, films and music through streaming services, but even though we may each have our individual favourites, we'll only be bringing you the Black Friday streaming deals we think are value for money and worth your time. We're constantly monitoring streaming services to see what content is added, the quality of TV & film streams, and if music streams really deliver on their audio output.

Why you can trust us

We've been covering Black Friday for a number of years here at Louder, bringing music fans deals we think you'll love. We've also built up a considerable number of buyer's guides to help you make informed decisions when it comes to buying everything from headphones and speakers, to turntables, vinyl box sets and more.

We all have subscriptions to a variety of music streaming services and have jumped between them too, so we know exactly what you're getting for your money and can put forward recommendations from personal experience.

The team are also avid TV and film watchers and keep up to date with what's hot on streaming services such as Disney+, Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, Apple TV and more. We're just as happy downloading series for watching while away from home as we are kicking back on the sofa on a Friday night with a binge-worthy box set.

This means we can give you all the information you need before you hand over your cash on one of the Black Friday streaming deals.

Last year's Black Friday streaming deals



Hulu with ads: $1.99/month for 12-months
You could save an incredible 75% on an annual Hulu sub with ads in this Black Friday deal last year. This plan would usually cost $84 a year, but you could get it all for less than $24.


HBO Max with ads: $1.99/month for 3 months
New and returning HBO customers in the US could save 80% with this top offer last November. If you took the plunge, you could have been watching hit shows like House Of The Dragon straight off the bat.


Peacock TV: One year for just $12
In November last year, you could sign up for a year of Peacock TV for just 99 cents a month. It was a brilliant streaming deal - especially when you consider an annual sub would usually costs $60 and we're hopeful we'll see something similar this year too.


Disney+: 12 months for the price of 10
This is a Disney+ offer that has appeared since last Black Friday and it could make a return - or (let's hope) something even better. There's no free trial, but if you signed up for an annual sub, you got 12 months for the price of 10.



Paramount+ UK: 50% off an annual sub
Paramount+ arrived in the UK last year bringing with it a huge amount of content from the film & TV company’s archive. Not only that, but it’s also home to the entire Star Trek library. Last year, you could sign up to a 12-month sub and you’ll get 50% off the regular price.


Amazon Music Unlimited: Three months for free
With more than 90 million tracks at your fingertips on Amazon Music Unlimited, you won't be short of music. Last year you could get three free months to sample everything the service has to offer.


Deezer Premium: £4/month for 3 months
If you were looking to get into Deezer Premium, the music streaming service held their very own Black Friday deal last year with this excellent money off offer.

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Scott Munro
Louder e-commerce editor

Scott has spent 35 years in newspapers, magazines and online as an editor, production editor, sub-editor, designer, writer and reviewer. Scott joined our news desk in the summer of 2014 before moving to the e-commerce team in 2020. Scott keeps Louder’s buyer’s guides up to date, writes about the best deals for music fans, keeps on top of the latest tech releases and reviews headphones, speakers, earplugs and more. Over the last 10 years, Scott has written more than 11,000 articles across Louder, Classic Rock, Metal Hammer and Prog. He's previously written for publications including IGN, the Sunday Mirror, Daily Record and The Herald newspapers, covering everything from daily news and weekly features, to tech reviews, video games, travel and whisky. Scott's favourite bands are Fields Of The Nephilim, The Cure, New Model Army, All About Eve, The Mission, Cocteau Twins, Drab Majesty, Marillion and Rush.

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