Turn on YouTube TV+ today and you’ll find yourself with a pretty decent deal awaiting you. A number of add-ons are currently available for $1 a month for the next two months before they revert to their usual price.
The deal is good on some 22 add-on channels, from ALLBLK and AMC+ to Up Faith & Family and WEtv+. The full price varies depending on the service — Cinemax is the highest at $10 a month, and Law & Crime the lowest at $2 a month.
Here’s the list of all the add-ons available for $1 a month for the first two months, and what they’ll cost you after that:
- ALLBLK: $5 a month after
- AMC+: $7 a month after
- Acorn TV: $6 a month after
- CONtv: $5 a month after
- Cinemax: $10 a month after
- Comedy Dynamics: $5 a month after
- Docurama: $5 a month after
- Dove: $5 a month after
- EPIX: $6 a month after
- Fox Nation: $6 a month after
- Fandor: $4 a month after
- IFC Films Unlimited: $6 a month after
- Law & Crime: $2 a month after
- Pantaya: $6 a month after
- STARZ: $9 a month after
- Screambox: $5 a month after
- ScreenPix: $3 a month after
- Showtime: $9 a month after
- Shudder: $6 a month after
- Sundance Now: $7 a month after
- UP Faith & Family: $6 a month after
- WE tv+: $6 a month after
YouTube TV is presumed to be the second-largest live streaming service in the United States, behind Hulu With Live TV. We last got updated numbers in October 2020, when the service said it had “more than 3 million” paid subscribers. It hasn’t updated us since then, and Hulu With Live TV just announced it was back at 4 million paid subscribers.
YouTube TV costs $65 a month for the basic service, which gets you nearly 100 live (or linear) channels, including your local broadcast affiliates.
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