Choosing which streaming services to pay for is as difficult as it has ever been in 2022. Netflix might be the top dog, but plenty of challengers are now biting at its heels. If you want to keep up with the ever-expanding Marvel Cinematic Universe, you’ll need a Disney Plus subscription. Taylor Sheridan’s 1883 and Mayor of Kingstown are only available on Paramount Plus. And Prime Video is the only place to watch the upcoming live-action Lord of the Rings series. Not many of us can afford to pay for all of them, which is why we keep an eye out for deals like the latest HBO Max offer.
HBO Max offer cuts 20% off monthly subscriptions
From now through January 25th, you can take 20% off the standard monthly price of
Best of all, the discounted price will be in effect for 12 months. That means you will end up saving $24 with the ad-supported plan and $36 with the ad-free plan over the course of a year.
There are a few key differences between the two plans. Obviously, if you get
What to watch on
It’s most definitely no coincidence that this offer has arrived just as Peacemaker lands on HBO Max. Peacemaker is James Gunn’s spinoff of his recent sequel/reboot, The Suicide Squad. It stars John Cena as the titular villain (he’s a bit too evil to be an antihero), and brings back a few other characters from the movie, such as Emilia Harcourt (Jennifer Holland) and John Economos (Steve Agee). The first three episodes are currently streaming on
If DC movies and shows aren’t your thing, there’s still plenty worth watching on
Finally, if you haven’t started watching it yet, I can’t recommend Station Eleven highly enough. The finale of this