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Peacock is offering 12-months of Peacock Premium for $30 when you use the coupon NEWYEAR23. That’s 40% off the usual price for an annual subscription, or $20 off. Just keep in mind that this is for the ad-supported version of Peacock Premium. If you want to skip the ads you can use the same coupon for Peacock Premium Plus, but you’ll still only save $20… bringing the total price to $80.

Meanwhile, if free is more your thing, the Epic Games Store is giving away two PC games this week.

Peacock Premium

Here are some of day’s best deals.

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2 replies on “Daily Deals (1-27-2023)”

  1. There’s better programs and pricing than peacock in my opinion.. Amazon prime or Hulu are 2 examples.

    1. I don’t love Peacock, but as a fan of English Premier League soccer it’s absolutely necessary. That I think is how a lot of people decide about streaming services — there’s that one thing you need to be able to watch and it’s on service X, so you subscribe to X even though Y might be better overall.

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