Six tips to save on your favourite streaming services from Disney+ to Netflix | The Sun

WATCH out, TV fans – there are going to be a few changes to streaming services soon.

And they come as many of us will be spending more time indoors.

But keep an eye on the prices and think about whether you need to swap to save . . . 

1) DISNEY+ recently overtook Netflix as the most popular streaming service, thanks to big-name additions like Hocus Pocus 2.

Those upgrading or joining O2 can get six months free, while existing customers get £2 off the monthly £7.99 price by adding it to their plan at

Or sign up to Disney+ via for the annual fee of £79.90 (more than £15 cheaper compared to paying monthly) and earn £10 back.


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2) New and existing customers can get three months’ free access to APPLE+ with Roku, which includes popular shows such as Ted Lasso. Apple+ is normally £4.99 a month, so this could be a great way to try the service to see if it’s one you want.

Offer runs until Nov 18.

3) SKY Stream is a new service from Sky from October 18. One of the top benefits is the basic Netflix subscription (normally £6.99 a month) included in the price and the rolling contract at £29 per month.

There is a one-off installation fee of £39.95 but there’s no need for a satellite dish, so set-up is sorted within hours.

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4) Thinking of switching broadband providers? Look out for combined deals that can help spread the cost and add cashback on top. Sign up for NOW Fab Fibre broadband with a Now TV entertainment pass and get up to £90 cashback via

5) Netflix has hiked prices to £6.99 a month and it is said the firm is looking to crack down on ­customers sharing passwords. But it is rumoured to be launching a cheaper option, with ads, next month, so this could lower your bill.

6) Feeling the pinch? There are many great TV shows landing on free channels, so why not pause your subscriptions and simply save? You can always restart them in a month and potentially take advantage of new offers.

  • All prices on page correct at time of going to press. Deals and offers subject to availability.

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COOK up something soup-er in the stylish rose gold and grey Carlton 3.5L slow cooker, RRP £39.99, now £24.99 at Home Bargains.

SAVE: £15

Cheap treat

HELP kids get “teddy” for bed in these fleecy, cosy bear pyjamas from ­Primark, £5.

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STOCK up on Christmas gifts now.

The advent calendar includes 25 sachets of incredible coffee for £29.95 (so £1.20 per brew) but buy two and save £10.

Top swap

 ADD the stylish Argos rattan bedside drawers to your room for £100, or get a similar look with the Homebase Kubu drawers, on offer for £60.

SAVE: £40

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