Peacock Is Offering $1.99/mo Subscriptions for 12 Months—But This Deal Won’t Last Long

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Still from 'Yellowstone.'
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TV lovers, you won't wanna miss out on this deal. Peacock has launched its Black Friday/Cyber Monday sale, which means that through November 27, the streaming platform is offering customers the option to pay $1.99/mo for 12 months. (FYI: a Premium Peacock subscription typically costs $5.99/mo, so that's a 67 percent discount.) Just enter the code BIGDEAL at checkout.

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Now, we have to note that this deal only applies to new customers, so if you're already a Premium or Premium Plus subscriber, then you sadly can't take advantage of the discount.

After 12 months of paying $1.99/mo (or if you chose to pay for the whole year at $19.99 which requires the code YEARLONG at checkout), then the regular retail rate will apply once the offer ends (which is $5.99/mo or $59.99/year). You can cancel anytime and certain eligibility restrictions and terms apply, which can be read here.

For those who aren't already subscribers, Peacock features an extensive collection of titles, including TV classics like The Office, Monk and Suits, as well as exclusive originals, such as Wolf Like Me, Based on a True Story and Twisted Metal. Oh, and it's also the place where you can exclusively stream all five seasons of the smash series Yellowstone.

With the Premium plan, you also get live sports and events, over 50 always-on channels and current NBC and Bravo shows. The Premium Plus plan ($11.99/m0) is ad-free, but it is not on sale for Black Friday/Cyber Monday.

The Peacock Black Friday/Cyber Monday sale lasts until November 28 at 2:59 a.m. ET.

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