11 of the Cheapest Streaming Services for the Cord-Cutter

Don’t want to wait until next week to watch that season finale? Well, for most streaming shows, you don’t have to! Stuck on the couch after slipping on ice on a wintry day? Why not binge-watch that new show everyone’s talking about?

But that begs the question: What are the best and cheapest streaming services for cord-cutters? You didn’t get rid of cable to have to subscribe to every streaming service out there, so we’ve found some of the cheapest TV streaming services you can subscribe to without having to get a side hustle to afford!


The free version of Peacock will only get you a couple of movies and TV shows. But the $4.99 plan includes live TV like Sunday Night Football, Premier League, and WWE. Plus, you’ll be able to watch new episodes of your favorite shows the day after they air.

Hulu has loads of bundles and add-ons you can choose from, ranging from live TV to adding SHOWTIME or STARZ. You can also bundle Hulu, Disney, and ESPN at a discounted rate, depending on which options you choose (such as ad-free viewing). 



You can add multiple users, download content to watch offline on various devices, and stream in HD and Ultra HD for $13.99-$17.99, depending on your needs.

Prime Video is free for anyone who already has Amazon Prime ($13 a month or $119 a year). Students are eligible for a six-month free trial, and student discounts will change based on which options you choose (such as add-ons or paying for a year upfront). 

Amazon Prime Video


You can save by paying upfront for a year at $99 instead of 10 bucks a month. They also offer a one-month trial period. Sam’s Club members may also be eligible for a discount depending on their membership plan.

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