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The Roku Channel Premium Subscription: 2-Month Cinemax, Starz, Showtime, EPIX Expired

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+68 Deal Score
Roku via Roku Channel is offering select 2-Month Premium Channel Subscription (Black Friday Deals) on sale from $0.99/Month listed below.

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Note, to subscribe to any premium channels listed below, just click on the 'Start Your Subscription' link

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  • Offer is valid for 2-month subscription time period only
  • Subscription is pre-paid and will auto-renew at full price, until canceled at anytime
  • Charges are non-refundable
  • Additional terms/conditions may apply
  • Offer valid through December 1, 2022 or while promotional pricing last
Additional Notes
  • Additional details can be found here
  • Please refer to the forum thread for additional details - Discombobulated
  • American Express Platinum cardholders receive $20 monthly statement credits on select streaming subscriptions. Verify eligibility and activate the offer on Amex website and then pay for this deal using your Platinum card. If you want to learn more about Amex Platinum perks, read our review!
  • American Express Blue Cash Preferred cardholders can earn 6% cash back on select streaming services when your subscription is billed to your Blue Cash Preferred card. Cash back rewards can be redeemed as statement credits. Offer activation required. If you want to learn more about Amex Blue Cash Preferred perks, read our review!

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If you like things bundled, get cable
there is a holiday freeview starting later today for a lot of providers of premium channels
Why can't there just be a bundle to get everything? Why do we have to keep track of which show suddenly switches to one of 400 subscription sub channels of something?..

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