Verizon is currently running a limited-time promotion that allows Verizon Mobile and 5G Home customers to get 12 months of Netflix Premium for just $24.99, according to a deal post that the Slickdeals staff shared on December 14 that has since earned over 500 replies, the most recent of which imply the discount is still valid and active for eligible users.
The discount can be achieved by purchasing various subscriptions associated with Verizon’s +play entertainment platform, including an annual subscription to AMC+, thePeloton App, Super Duolingo, or Calm, or a season subscription to NBA League Pass or NFL+ Premium, the latter of which represents the cheapest option at $24.99.
- NFL+ Premium (Seasonal) $24.99
- Calm Premium (Annual) $69.99
- AMC+ (Annual) $83.88
- Super Duolingo (Annual) $83.99
- NBA League Pass Premium (Seasonal) $89.99
- Peloton App (Annual) $129.99
According to various Slickdeals users who found success with the deal, the NFL+ Premium (Seasonal) & Netflix Special Offer is a one-time payment that does not automatically renew, although Netflix will begin charging its standard price for subscribers who choose to remain with the streaming service.
Netflix’s Premium plan costs $19.99/month, which means that Verizon customers can save over $200 thanks to this deal.
Perks of the Premium tier include the ability to watch on four supported devices at a time, and in Ultra HD for features that are available to stream in that resolution.
Netflix Premium subscribers can also download titles to watch offline, with a maximum of four supported devices at a time.
Netflix launched Basic with Ads, the streamer’s lower-priced, ad-supported plan, in November.
Basic with Ads is similar to the Basic plan, which features video quality up to 720p/HD, but with an average of 4 to 5 minutes of ads per hour and the inability to download titles.
A limited number of movies and TV shows are also currently unavailable for that plan due to licensing restrictions.