We've rounded up the best streaming deals as Black Friday and Cyber Monday are now over with, but some deals are extended, so it's not too late to bag a bargain on some out-of-this-world sci-fi content.
Just because the biggest sales weekend event of the year has finished, doesn't mean you can't get a good deal. As the nights grow longer and darker this holiday season, there's never been a better time to stream some super sci-fi to keep you entertained. And, with so many streaming services to choose from, a discount is always welcome.
Below the deals that are still live, you'll find the deals that have now expired. This isn't to show you what you've missed out on but to give you an idea of what you could find during sales events in the future. This year, Paramount Plus (which is the home of "Star Trek") is still discounted through December 3 and you can still get 50% off of Sling too. Unfortunately, deals on Disney Plus, Peacock and more ended with Cyber Monday.
So, there is still deals to be had and many, many hours of movies, TV shows, documentaries and more to be enjoyed as we rundown the best streaming deals that have been extended through Cyber Monday 2023.
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Midnight on Black Friday doesn't mean the deals stop, and the offers on this page are not only valid through to Cyber Monday but many can still be redeemed in the early days of December, too.
With so much competition in the space, you may find streaming services growing more competitive as the days wear on. We'll keep this page updated with the best deals we find, in any case.
Expired Black Friday/Cyber Monday streaming deals
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