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Published on November 27th, 2018 | by Brad Gibson


Think streaming Cyber Monday deals are over? Think again.

Streaming deals on Cyber Monday are not completely over, despite what many companies will tell you. Here are some offers Apple TV users can still get as of this posting…

Sirius XM sale

The streaming subscription radio service Sirius XM – available on Apple TV with their own app – has over 200 channels. Right now, their Premier service is just $4.99 a month for the first 12 months. At a savings of $132, that’s a saving worth considering.

Hulu’s 99 cent sale

“Limited time only” deal? Not quite, Tuesday morning it’s still live and the company has announced it has extended the offer until 10 AM Pacific today. Right now you can get Hulu for just $0.99 a month for the first 12 months. This is for the Hulu limited commercial plan only and doesn’t include Hulu With Live TV.

Philo Plus sale

We told you about this offer last week and to our surprise, it continues into Tuesday, Right now if you buy 6 months of Philo Plus you can get the service for $16.50 a month instead of $20 a month. This works out to 6 months of Philo Plus for just $99.

The offer discounts Philo Plus for $3.50 a month on 55 channels. Philo offers an unlimited 30-day DVR, the ability to watch on up to three different devices, on-demand programs, pause any live channel, start programs from the beginning, and the ability to watch programs that have aired in the past three days. The Philo app is available through the Apple TV iTunes store.

CBS All Access sale

CBS All Access is a great service available as a streaming Apple TV app and right now you can get one month free using the promo code STREAMFREE. Just click HERE to get the offer.

Showtime sale

Normally, Showtime  – available through its own Apple TV app – offers a seven-day free trial, but right now you can get a 30-day free trial only available through LivingSocial.

Amazon Music Unlimited sale

Now, this is an offer we’re really surprised is still online. Right, now Amazon’s Music Unlimited Service is just $0.99 for 3 months. Typically this is $7.99 for Prime members or $9.99 for non-Prime members. With this service, you can get full access to all of the music on Amazon. One catch though…This deal is only good for new Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers.

CuriosityStream Black Friday sale

Right now, CuriosityStream – the documentary streaming service available on Apple TV through their own app – is 100 percent free for the rest of 2018. After that, you can continue to get CurosityStream for just $2.99 a month.

STARZ sale

This is a great deal on the movie service Starz  – available through its own Apple TV app – with tons of great movies and original shows. Get Starz for $5 a month for the first three months.

Pandora sale

Pandora Premium, Pandora Premium Family, and Pandora Plus are all offering an extended 3 months free trial of their service. With this three months free trial you will get full access to whatever level of Pandora you want, but just make sure to cancel before the end of your free trial. Pandora is available streaming on your Apple TV using their standalone app.

PlayStation Vue sale

The PlayStation Vue’s Core Plan, typically $49.99 a month, is on sale for just $24.99 a month for the first month. The deal can be found after beginning a signup on the site. Playstation Vue launched as an Apple TV app in June of 2015. The service broadcasts between 46 and 74 channels depending on the package subscribed to. PS Vue retails for between $44.99 and $74.99 a month with no annual contract. The service supports over 60 ‘TV Everywhere’ apps or websites, as an unlimited Cloud DVR service at no additional charge for 28 days. PS Vue is the only live streaming service offering automatic, 50-minute replay of all live sports events.

Remember…these deals were still good as we posted this story Thursday morning, but as they say, “You may delay, but time will not.”

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Brad is co-founder and editor-in-chief of He has been a technology reporter since the late 1980s having previously worked for MacUser, MacFormat, and iCreate magazines, as well as,,,, and He hosted and produced the MacFormat This Week podcast for three years. He was also a reporter, editor, and producer for the AOL, the BBC, Associated Press, and United Press International.

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