Save on streaming media, devices and more with these Cyber Monday deals

If you’ve long tossed your social life out the door in favor of your couch, your remote and your fave streaming subscription, we can’t say we blame you. But you should check out these Cyber Monday deals to make sure you can’t save a few dollars on your favorite services, devices and more.

BEST BLACK FRIDAY STREAMING DEALS
DISNEY+ GET DEAL
HULU GET DEAL
CBS ALL ACCESS GET DEAL
FANDANGO NOW GET DEAL
FUBOTV GET DEAL

Streaming Services

Disney

Disney+

Get a year of Disney+ for $59.99 (regularly $69.99)

TRY DISNEY+


Hulu

Get Hulu for $1.99 a month for one year

TRY HULU


CBS All Access

Get one month free with code “THANKS”

TRY CBS ALL ACCESS


Fandango Now

Spend $25 on video-on-demand and get $8 Free

TRY FANDANGO NOW


FuboTV

Save $10 when switching from PlayStation Vue (RIP)

TRY FUBOTV


Streaming devices

Amazon

 

Get $100 off TOSHIBA 43 inch 4K Amazon Fire TV Edition

(on sale for $229.99, regularly $330)

BUY ON AMAZON


Save $538 on VIZIO 4K Smart TV

(on sale for $879, regularly $1399.99)

BUY ON AMAZON


Get $50 off of Roku Ultra

(on sale for $49.99, regularly $100)

BUY ON AMAZON


Save $153 on LG Portable Home Projection System

(on sale for $496.99, regularly $649.99)

BUY ON AMAZON


Get $28 off Plus Android 7.1 TV streaming media player

(on sale for $60.99, regularly $88.88)

BUY ON AMAZON


Save $25 on Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K

(on sale for $24.99, regularly $49.99)

BUY ON AMAZON


Get $30 off Fire TV Cube

(on sale for $89.99, regularly $119.99)

BUY ON AMAZON


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Colette Bennett

Colette Bennett

Colette Bennett is a writer/editor who specializes in web culture, skincare, and all things geek. Her work has appeared on CNN, HLN, Engadget, Kotaku, Colourlovers, and Continue Magazine. She also writes horror and sci-fi fiction for Corona Books and is at work on her second novel.