Cyber Monday streaming deals 2022 — these are the deals you can still get now

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There are still Cyber Monday streaming deals to be had, even though the day is over. So while you can, go out and grab one of the many great deals that are still around to help you save on your TV and movie-streaming service of choice. 

Many of the best streaming services continue to offer big discounts at this late hour and they're among the top Cyber Monday deals

We're a bit shocked at the super-low price of our favorite service. You can get HBO Max for just $1.99 per month (opens in new tab), savings of $8 per month on the ad-supported tier which usually costs $9.99. This deal was supposed to be over by now, but is still showing up. This discount last three months (total savings of up to $24). You can also still get a year of Paramount Plus for half price (opens in new tab), as well as 50% off Sling TV (their usual deal).

It's not just streaming services that are a steal right now — some of the best streaming devices have also been discounted for Cyber Monday including models from Roku and Amazon. We also found the Apple TV 4K at $85 off (opens in new tab)! Remember to check our Cyber Monday deals live blog to see all the best money-saving bargains you can still get on an assortment of products.

Best Cyber Monday streaming deals still available

Cyber Monday streaming service deals

HBO Max with ads: was $9.99 now $1.99 per month (opens in new tab)

HBO Max with ads: was $9.99 now $1.99 per month (opens in new tab)
This deal for new and eligible subscribers is 80% off HBO Max's ad-supported tier — a perfect way to catch up on stuff you've missed, like House of the Dragon, Succession and the rest of the best HBO Max shows and movies.

Sling TV: 50% off (opens in new tab)

Sling TV: 50% off (opens in new tab)
Sling lets you save 50% ($20 on Sling Blue or Orange, or $27.50 on Sling Orange & Blue) on your first month. Cut the cord but still watch live TV at a lower cost with Sling.

Prime Video Channels: $1.99 per 2 months (opens in new tab)

Prime Video Channels: $1.99 per 2 months (opens in new tab)
Services such as Showtime, Paramount Plus, Starz, AMC Plus and EPIX are now on sale for $1.99 for the first two months!

Disney Plus: is $79 for 1 year, will be $109 soon (opens in new tab)

Disney Plus: is $79 for 1 year, will be $109 soon (opens in new tab)
Less a new Black Friday deal, and more one of your last chances to get Disney Plus for a cheaper price. Disney Plus' ad-free tier is getting more expensive, with the annual subscription rising to $109 on Dec. 8.

Paramount Plus: was $49 per year now $25 per year (opens in new tab)

Paramount Plus: was $49 per year now $25 per year (opens in new tab)
Mixing live news and sports with originals and recently-released movies such as Top Gun Maverick (coming to Paramount Dec. 22)  and Smile, Paramount Plus is offering a strong option to cord-cutters with 50% off an annual plan.

Philo: was $25 now $5 for the first month (opens in new tab)

Philo: was $25 now $5 for the first month (opens in new tab)
Yellowstone fans rejoice: Philo's Black Friday deal means you can keep up with season 5 for just $5 for your first month, as new and eligible subscribers save 80%. And after that, it's still $15 cheaper than Sling TV. Use the promo code 'THANKS'

Showtime: was $10.99 per month now $3.99 per month (opens in new tab)

Showtime: was $10.99 per month now $3.99 per month (opens in new tab)
The home of fantastic shows such as Yellowjackets, Billions and The Chi, as well as great movies like Everything Everywhere All At Once and Confess, Fletch. Showtime is $7 cheaper for the first six months right now.

Discovery Plus: was $4.99 per month now $0.99 per month (opens in new tab)

Discovery Plus: was $4.99 per month now $0.99 per month (opens in new tab)
Been curious about Discovery Plus, a veritable treasure trove of unscripted programming? Your first three months only cost $0.99 with this Cyber Monday deal. This with deal you can watch a ton of content from the Chip and Jo Gaines' Magnolia Network, the 90 Day Fiancé universe and Guy Fieri's food adventures.

Cyber Monday streaming device deals

Roku Streaming Stick 4K: was $49 now $24 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

Roku Streaming Stick 4K: was $49 now $24 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
The latest version of Roku's popular streaming stick is our pick for the best streaming device you can buy, and that was before it dropped to a new low price. The Roku 4K offers access to all the streaming services you need via clean interface. Plus, Dolby Vision ensures solid picture quality to a strong standard, and the new long-range Wi-Fi receiver helps you ditch buffering issues.

Roku Ultra (2022): was $99 now $68 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

Roku Ultra (2022): was $99 now $68 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

The Roku Ultra is the company's best streaming device with fast Wi-Fi, Ethernet, 4K HDR and Dolby Vision support. It also ships with the Roku Voice Remote Pro that has two programmable buttons as well as a pair of headphones you can plug into it for private listening. 

Apple TV 4K (64GB/2021): was $199 now (opens in new tab)

Apple TV 4K (64GB/2021): was $199 now $114 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Apple TV 4K supports high-frame rate HDR streaming as well as support for multiple users. Apple has added a speedy A12 Bionic chip for snappy performance, but it's the new remote which we like the most. It retains touch and gestures, but adds actual buttons as well as an intuitive jog wheel that recalls the old iPods of yore.

Chromecast with Google TV (HD): was $29 now $19 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)

Chromecast with Google TV (HD): was $29 now $19 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
The best HD streaming device, the Chromecast with Google TV offers an intiutive interface and provides easy access to all of the best streaming services, complete with HDR support. It also offers personal recommendations and lets you find stuff to watch via voice using the Google Assistant button.

Chromecast with Google TV (4K): was $50 now $39 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

Chromecast with Google TV (4K): was $50 now $39 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
Google's enhanced streaming device offers 4K resolution for the latest TVs and is $10 off right now through Amazon. In addition to HDR support for better colors and detail, the Chromecast with Google TV 4K delivers fast streaming performance and lets you control your smart home devices. 

Fire TV Stick 4K: was $49 now $24 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

Fire TV Stick 4K: was $49 now $24 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
The Fire TV Stick 4K is one of the most popular streaming devices available with apps for all the leading services. Right now it's down to just $24. It offers 4K Ultra HD streaming at 60fps with HDR support and includes an Alexa Voice Remote. 

Fire TV Stick: was $39 now $19 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

Fire TV Stick: was $39 now $19 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
The standard Fire TV Stick has been surpassed by its 4K predecessors, but it still a very capable streaming device. If you don't have a 4K display, it's the ideal choice offering instant access to all your favorite streaming services and a voice controlled remote. 

Fire TV Stick Lite: was $29 now $14 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)

Fire TV Stick Lite: was $29 now $14 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
Fire TV Stick Lite is the most affordable device in the Fire TV Stick range, and while it doesn't offer 4K Ultra HD support, it does support Full HD resolution and comes with an Alexa Voice Remote Lite. We typically advise springing for a 4K model, but if affordability is your primary concern at just $14 this streaming stick merits consideration. 

Rory Mellon
Deals Editor

Rory is a Deals Editor at Tom’s Guide based in the UK. He covers a wide range of topics but with a particular focus on deals, gaming and streaming. When he’s not scouring retailers for PS5 restock or writing hot takes on the latest gaming hardware and streaming shows, he can be found attending music festivals and being thoroughly disappointed by his terrible football team.  

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