Peacock to Raise Prices Again — Here’s How Much It’ll Cost to Stream (Mostly) Without Ads

Peacock will raise its prices again this summer, our sister site Variety reports.

Peacock Premium Plus, which allows viewers to stream mostly without ads, will go up $2 to a monthly charge of $13.99; Peacock Premium Plus’ annual price will go from $119.99 to $139.99. Peacock Premium, which has ads, also will increase $2 to $7.99 per month; Peacock Premium’s price will go from $59.99 to $79.99 per year.

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The price hike will start Thursday, July 18, for new subscribers as well as existing subscribers with their next billing date on or after Aug. 17.

Peacock is the exclusive streaming home of current NBC programming, with series like Law & Order: SVU and Chicago Fire available to view the day after they air on the broadcast network. The service debuted in 2020 and put its first price raise into effect in July 2023.

Peacock also reportedly will be the new home for Law & Order: Organized Crime Season 5, which is nearing a deal to move first-run episodes to the streamer exclusively after four seasons on NBC.

Peacock’s original series include Poker Face (which earned four Emmy nominations this year, including one for star Natasha Lyonne), Bel-Air and The Traitors.

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