In the last years, there has been a massive demand for digital streaming services, and almost every day, a new streaming service exists. However, most of them work with high-price subscriptions, which can seriously load users. Of course, some streaming services provide users to use free-trial memberships to experience the platform.
Streaming services that offer a free trial
Here are the details about the platforms that provide free trial streaming services…
Amazon Prime Video
Amazon Prime Video offers a 30-day free trial period to users. However, it will be better for you to pay for full Prime membership. If you’re already an Amazon Prime member, you don’t need to also pay for Prime Video. This is the most distinguishing feature of Amazon Prime. If you sign up for a full Prime, you will also have access to the Prime Video. It costs $11.59 per month.
Hulu & HBO Max
Hulu also offers a 30-day free trial. Hulu has advantages in terms of its original series and gives users access to current and previous seasons of shows. When you pay for Hulu, you can also have HBO Max for a free week trial by adding it to the platform. While Hulu costs $6.99/month ad-supported and $12.99/month ad-free, HBO Max costs $9.99/month ad-supported and $14.99 ad-free.
YouTube TV offers a 2-week free trial to users. You will have access to over 85 top channels, unlimited DVR space, live sports, and more when you subscribe to it. YouTube TV costs $64.99/month, but there is always a limited-time price offer for users.
Apple TV+ will be free for the first seven days when you subscribe. Then, it costs just $4.99 per month. You will be able to share your account with up to six members, too.
Other streaming platforms that offers free trial
There are a few streaming services that offer a free trial. Here is the list…
- Discovery+ : 7-day
- FuboTV : 7-day
- Paramount+ : 7-day
- Peacock : It has a free version.
- Philo : 7-day
- Starz : 7-day