If you don’t have cable or subscription to any streaming services, now is the best time to try free streaming services as offers of free 7 day trial are being extended to 30 days. Check out the list of Free Streaming Services below and what shows they have to offer. Some streaming services are free for 7 days, some are 30 days free, while others are always free.
Free Streaming Services
Here’s a list of all the major free streaming trials currently being offered, as well as a few streaming services that are always free.
1. CBS All Access is free for a month
Use the code GIFT before 4/23 for a free month of CBS All Access, then cancel before the trial ends. If you wish to keep watching after the 1st-month free offer, it is $5.99 per month with limited commercials and $9.99 per month if it is commercial-free. Cancel anytime.
With CBS All-Access, you can watch thousands of episodes, live TV, original series. Shows include Survivor, Star Trek, NCIS, Big Brother, etc. Watch live sports, shows, and news at home or on-the-go with your local CBS station, CBSN, CBS Sports HQ and ET Live 24/7. Get hooked on critically-acclaimed CBS All Access Original Series like Star Trek, The Good Fight, The Twilight Zone, etc. Original series for kids is also available like Bob the Builder and George of the Jungle. You can watch on your phone, tablet, desktop or streaming media player.
2. Sling TV is offering FREE TV for 7 days
Watch breaking news from outlets like MSNBC & CNN, shows from HGTV, Food Network, & Bravo, and keep the whole family entertained with Nick Jr. and Cartoon Network. You don’t need a credit card to sign up, just your e-mail and your zip code.
3. Showtime is free for 30 days
Sign up for Showtime and stream SHOWTIME series, movies, documentaries, sports and much more all on your favorite devices. I signed up for this one to watch Jennifer Lopez’s movie – Second Act. I’m thinking of watching the series Homeland next. You would need to submit your email address and credit card information and cancel before your trial ends. Should you wish to continue with a subscription, it is $10.99 per month.
4. Popular Netflix streaming service is free for 30 days
In case you don’t have Netflix yet, they are offering a 30-day free trial. Netflix has an extensive library of feature films, documentaries, TV shows, anime, award-winning Netflix originals, etc. To sign up, enter your email and credit card information and cancel before the free trial ends. To continue with the service, plans start from $8.99 a month. No extra costs or contracts.
Watch instantly on the web at netflix.com from your personal computer or on any internet-connected device that offers the Netflix app, including smart TVs, smartphones, tablets, streaming media players and game consoles. You can also download your favorite shows with the iOS, Android, or Windows 10 app. Use downloads to watch while you’re on the go and without an internet connection.
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5. Hulu is free for 30 days
Get free unlimited access to the Hulu streaming library with limited or no ads for 30 days. Enjoy full seasons of exclusive series, hit movies, Hulu Originals, kids shows, and more. After the free 30 days and you wish to continue, it is $5.99 per month with ads and $11.99 per month without ads. My favorite shows on Hulu include the Amazing Race and Project Runway. Where can you watch the movie Parasite – The Korean movie that made Oscar history with its win? On Hulu!
6. Disney+ is free for 7 days
With schools closed for most school districts in the US, kids will be home for the entire school year so Disney+ is a must-have. In case you don’t have Disney+ yet, enjoy their 7-day free trial to watch newly released movies like Frozen 2 and Onward. You can enjoy so many Disney, Pixar, Marvel, and Star Wars Films.
If you’re a Verizon Wireless customer like us, you get to a year of Disney+ for Free! Yep! We’ve watched every episode of Star Wars and High School Musical The Musical and so much more. After your 7 day trial and you wish to continue with the Disney+ streaming service, it’s only $6.99 per month to continue.
- Download Frozen 2 Free Printable Coloring Pages and Activity Sheets
- Download Onward Free Printable Coloring Pages and Activity Sheets
7. Noggin is FREE for 60 days
Noggin by Nick Jr. is offering a 60-day trial. I haven’t personally tried it but I will be signing up as they offer a huge library of some of the most popular shows including PAW Patrol, Peppa Pig, Bubble Guppies, Dora the Explorer, and lots more! It is also loaded with educational games & activities for kids ages 2+.
To avoid auto-renew charges, cancel at least 24 hours before the free trial or current billing period ends. When your free trial ends, your account will be charged $7.99/monthly plus applicable taxes until you cancel.
8. Amazon Prime Video is FREE for 30 days
Sign up to be an Amazon Prime Member and get a FREE 30-day trial to watch thousands of movies and TV episodes. Being a member also allows you to borrow Kindle books and unlimited FREE two-day shipping (no minimum order size) when purchasing items from Amazon. If you want to keep your Prime membership after 30 days, it costs $12.99/month or $119/year. With Amazon Prime Video, kids can watch Baby Shark, Wonder Park, etc. while adults can enjoy Train to Busan or originals like The Marvelous Miss Maisel.
9. HBO is FREE this April for 500 hours of streaming
For the month of April, you can watch some of HBO’s shows, documentaries, and movies — entirely for free. Just head to HBO GO or HBO NOW or On Demand to watch every episode of series like The Sopranos, Veep and The Wire along with documentaries including McMillion$ and I Love You, Now Die and movies like Crazy. Stupid. Love. and Blinded by the Light, no subscription required. Learn more about HBO Stay Home Box Office offer and all the available shows included.
10. PBS and PBS Kids are both always free
The PBS video app is a free public TV that can be downloaded to any device. PBS video offers thousands of full-length episodes, award-winning documentaries, and series from PBS and member stations. You can also download the PBS Kids Video App so the kids can watch Sesame Street, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, and Wild Kratts. Stream PBS Kids 24/7 channel on the app for free. Tap the “LIVE TV” button to watch what’s airing on your local PBS station.
11. NBA League Pass is free until April 22.
With the 2019-20 NBA season on hiatus, the NBA and Turner Sports are providing all fans with a free preview of NBA League Pass, the league’s premium subscription-based product so you can watch all games from 2019-20 season and so much more until April 22nd. NBA League Pass is $99.99 per year.
12. NFL Game Pass is FREE until May 31
Verizon and the NFL offers you complimentary access to NFL Game Pass until 5/31/20. Replay NFL games from 2009-2019 and NFL Original Shows.
13. MLB.TV is FREE for a limited time
Stream the 2018 and 2019 ARCHIVES free on MLB.TV for a limited time.
14. Broadway HD streaming service is FREE for 7 days
Stream filmed stage adaptations of your favorite Broadway musicals from Miss Saigon to the King and I with the free Broadway HD 7-day trial. Hundreds of productions available including Phantom of the Opera, Cats, and Les Miserables. Should you wish to continue after 7 days, $8.99 per month or $99.99 per year is available after the free trial period.
15. The Metropolitan Opera is offering FREE nightly streams
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