Published on May 20th, 2023 📆 | 7905 Views ⚑0
The best streaming bundles to check out for National Streaming Day
National Streaming Day is finally here, and with it an outpouring of deals on, you guessed it, streaming services. Between Disney+, Paramount+, and even those services without a + in their name, there are plenty of ways to save money, or simply eliminate extraneous bills, by consolidating your streaming catalogs.
We've broken down a few of our favorite bundles, so that you can see which of the existing subscriptions that already feature on your monthly bill can be combined (and which you might want to add to the mix).
1. Disney+ / Hulu / ESPN+
The Disney+ bundle is perhaps the most ubiquitous of the bunch, bringing together up to three different streaming services under one umbrella. You can opt to get Disney+ and Hulu in one bundle or go all out for Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+. The Disney+ Hulu bundle, the Duo Basic, costs $9.99/month and gets you access to ad-supported versions of Disney+ and Hulu, while the Trio Basic gets you ad-supported versions of Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ for $12.99/month.
The ad-free tier, the Trio Premium, costs $19.99/month, for ad-free access to everything from classics like the "Indiana Jones" films to brand new blockbusters like "Avatar: The Way of Water," and beyond.
2. Sling TV Orange & Blue bundle
If you're looking to cut out your cable subscription, cord-cutting superstar Sling TV also has its own bundle. The Orange & Blue bundle combines Sling TV Orange and SlingTV Blue into one live TV and on-demand service and allowing you to access a wider variety of channels, films and series for less. You'll be able to watch up to 48 live channels including FOX, ABC, NBC, ESPN, E!, FX, NBC, SYFY, TNT, and more.
You'll pay $50/month for Sling TV Orange & Blue, saving $15.
3. Prime Video channels
While not quite the same as reducing costs by combining services, Prime Video offers a succinct way to bring together your streaming services under one monthly bill with its Channels structure. You can add a whole suite of additional streaming catalogs to your Prime Video subscription, from Showtime to Starz to more niche services like BritBox, Hallmark Movies Now, and more.
Signing up for Prime Video costs $8.99/month, or you can pay $14.99/month to get it through Amazon Prime and take advantage of other Prime benefits. Unlike a lot of services, Prime Video's channel model means that occasionally month-long or three-month-long subscriptions of Showtime, Paramount+, Starz, and more go on sale, so you can pay a little less on sign up.
4. Paramount+ with Showtime
You can also bundle streaming services Paramount+ and Showtime together into one. For $11.99/month you'll have access to both streaming catalogs, from "Yellowjackets" to "Yellowstone" spin-offs "1883" and "1923." If you were to pay for Showtime and Paramount+ separately, you'd spend $3.99 more for the same access.
The bundled version of Paramount+ with Showtime actually reflects an upcoming merging of the two services, which will come together under one banner on June 27.
Sign up for Paramount+ with Showtime
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