Here are two major streaming service Black Friday deals going on right now

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With inflation going on, we’re all trying to save money in every way possible. The good news is there are a couple notable streaming service deals that we think you should be aware of right now.

The first service is Paramount+ that is offering a 30-day free trial of its streaming service as long as users type in the promo code “TULSAOK” at the checkout. It can be applied to both the ad-supported and ad-free versions of the service.

Once signed up, you will get access to the entire Paramount+ catalog. Those that have ad-free version of Paramount+ will get access to a 24/7 feed of their local CBS station. That comes important for live CBS content being aired over the course of the next month including the 2022 Thanksgiving Day Parade, “Frosty the Snowman,” “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” CBS original Christmas movies, as well as CBS college football games and live NFL games.

Please note that this is only available through the Paramount+ website and not through Paramount+ on Apple TV Channels.

Our next big streaming service deal find can be found from the folks at Peacock.

Peacock can currently be purchased in its ad-supported version for just $0.99 a month for a year with the promo code “SAVEBIG” at the checkout. When it comes to the ad-free tier, the promo code can be used and ad-free Peacock will end up costing $5.00 a month for 12 months.

NBCUniversal’s Peacock has been adding a lot more content just within the past month, which includes live and on-demand content from Hallmark, as well as plans to add local NBC stations from all U.S. TV markets to the service for ad-free users.

The streaming service is also home to TV favorites like “The Office,” “Parks and Rec,” and “Yellowstone,” as well as movies such as all eight “Harry Potter” films (as of this article being published), “Pitch Perfect,” and “Jurassic World.”

It is also the home of live sporting events like Notre Dame on NBC, NFL Sunday Night Football, select MLB baseball games, and IndyCar racing, just to name a few.

Like with the Paramount+ promotion, this will have to be done through the Peacock website, as this promotion is not available through in-app purchases through the App Store.

Do you plan on getting either of these streaming service deals? Comment below or let us know on Twitter at @appleosophy.

David Becker
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