Every Streaming Service That Has a Discount or Free Trial Right Now

Carolyn Twersky

From Seventeen

As a result of the rapidly spreading coronavirus, many of you are probably at home right now, making TikToks, binging The Office for the tenth time, or FaceTiming with your friends to stay in contact. Social distancing is SO important, but it can be really boring. Luckily, many streaming services are coming to the rescue. A ton of smaller streaming services are offering free trials as an opportunity to gain more users. So, if you feel like you've already watched everything on Netflix four times over, check out these other streaming services that you can use for free.


Need you baseball fix? Lucky for you PBS is making Baseball: A Film By Ken Burns available for free on their streaming site. It may not be the same as watching a game, but it's bound to be really fascinating.


Horror fans will be happy to hear that the horror-centric streaming service, Shudder, is extending their seven-day free trial to 30 days with the code SHUTIN. It will feel good to be scared by something other than the coronavirus, trust me.

Sling TV

Sling TV is offering access to tons of channels for free right now, so you definitely want to jump on this deal. Watch shows on E!, NBC, HGTV at no charge by heading to the site.

Sundance Now

If you're a true crime fanatic, you should definitely check out Sundance Now. The streaming service, which offers tons of documentaries on everything from Jonestown to serial killer Aileen Wuornos, is extending their seven-day free trial to 30 days. All you have to do is use the offer code SUNDANCENOW30. Once the 30 days are up, Sundance Now is $7 per month.


Not only is VidAngel super family friendly, but it's currently offering free membership until March 30th. The best part? They even have some Netflix originals on there, so you can check out Stranger Things or I'm Not Okay With This without paying a dime!

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