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Black Friday: Get 6 months of SHOWTIME for $3.99/month (or $2 for 2 months, here’s how)

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Black Friday: Get 6 months of SHOWTIME for $3.99/month (or $2 for 2 months, here’s how)
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If you enjoy shows like Homelander, Dexter, and Shameless, you may be curious to know about SHOWTIME‘s free trials and how to watch the network for little to no cost in order to not miss a single episode.

$3.99/mo. offer ⤵️

From now until January 3rd, 2023, new subscribers can get 6 months of SHOWTIME for $3.99 per month (regularly $10.99 per month). Before subscribing to SHOWTIME, you can always begin with a 30-day free trial, after which the $3.99 per month will continue for 6 months, and will be charged $10.99 per month thereafter. Once again, the offer is now live and will expire on January 3rd, 2023.

$1.99/mo. offer ⤵️

For the first two months, some of Amazon Prime Video‘s most popular streaming channels are now available for $1.99. Depending on the channel, you could save up to $18 per year; for example, its popular movie and docuseries channel STARZ costs $8.99 per month (STARZ is now $1.99/mo. for the first two months), while SHOWTIME costs $10.99 (SHOWTIME is now just $1.99/mo. for the first two months). You’ll need a Prime membership to access these deals, so if you don’t already have one, sign up now for a 30-day free trial.

SHOWTIME is one of the most complicated streamers to gain a free password for. No one seems to have a subscription, but everyone manages to watch Billions and Couples Therapy. You can currently try out a month of Showtime for free right now.

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