Insiders are telling how to get a Netflix membership at a discounted rate

Sharee B.

Anyone who watches subscription television or streaming services knows that periodic price hikes are inevitable. Platforms like Amazon, Netflix, Hulu, AppleTV, and Disney+ are known for providing a great selection of content for viewers, as well as competitive monthly memberships.

Netflix, one of the most popular platforms has raised its pricing to reflect three different tiers:

  • Basic membership $9.99 for one device
  • Double streaming membership $15.49 for two devices
  • Multiple streaming membership $19.99 for four devices

One of the best perks about using Netflix was the ability to share your passwords with friends and relatives who liked the service but probably couldn't afford it on top of everything else. However, they cracked down on that due to the loss in revenues until recently.

Going forward, subscribers who pay for a plan of their choice, Netflix is allowing you to purchase password-sharing options for an additional $2.99 per month. This represents a 90% savings on a second basic membership for anyone who would need access to your account.

Below you can also find some tips and tricks to help you enjoy your Netflix subscription even more.

  • Set monthly billing reminders
  • Downgrade to a cheaper plan
  • Take advantage of free subscriptions (via cell phone plans)
  • Choose lower-cost alternatives
  • Download your favorite shows in advance
  • Change your cell phone resolution (for better viewing)

For customers who already have a Netflix subscription, the savings may not be as much. However, if you are thinking about trying out the platform for the first time, then you may find yourself pleasantly surprised.

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