Nothing impacts your daily routine more than a jarring bill in the mail. Take cable TV, for instance. With all the channels available to you, certain services exceed 200 bucks a month, and this is a shock to the system for anyone, even if you’re aware of the charges. If you’re ready to finally cut the cord on cable, subscription streaming services provide a viable and affordable alternative to millions of Americans.
Keep in mind, though, there is the distinct possibility of driving up your monthly home entertainment budget by subscribing to too many streaming services. To avoid this misstep, look at the tips below!
Be realistic about what you’ll watch and how often. Some services offer dozens of channels, shows, or movies to watch. If you’re like most of us, there’s way more content available on any one service than you’ll ever watch in a lifetime. So, create a list of programming you and others in your household are likely to watch and stick with the streaming network that offers most of your favorite choice.
If you’re going to bundle up, do the math first. Many streaming services offer add-ons for premium content from networks. like Showtime, HBO, or Starz. If having access to these networks is important to you, adding a premium streaming service could potentially save you money, compared to purchasing subscriptions to those services separately. Just be sure to do the math, first, once you narrow down the content you want.
Pay for your subscription with a credit card that offers extra cash back or points on streaming. Multiple credit cards that offer extra rewards for streaming subscriptions. For example, the American Express Blue Cash Preferred card offers six percent cash back on subscriptions to Prime Video, HBO Now, Hulu, Netflix, and more. Not too bad, if we do say so ourselves!
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