Epix Now is currently offering new customers the option to sign up for a six-month subscription for just $15 resulting in a 50-percent discount on the usual cost. This reduced price could be a good way for consumers to test out the streaming service over a longer period without having to pay the standard rate.
Epix Now offers the ability to stream a number of popular shows and movies over the internet. For example, a subscription includes access to Pennyworth and Godfather of Harlem as well as Gemini Man, Bill & Ted Face The Music, Sonic The Hedgehog and more. While Epix can be added to a live TV service like Philo, YouTube TV or fuboTV, as well as through a service like Amazon Prime Channels, Epix Now provides standalone access to the service and all of the videos.
A standard Epix Now subscription typically costs $5.99 per month but consumers currently have the option to sign up and only pay $15 for six months. Following the discounted period, the subscription will then renew at $30 every six months, still resulting in a $5.94 saving compared to the usual $5.99 monthly subscription price.
Taking advantage of the deal is fairly easy to do and just requires the user to sign up for a subscription. There’s no promo code needed, the consumer simply needs to head over to the Epix website and click on the “Star My Subscription” button and then complete the signup process as normal. After which, they will have access to all of the shows and movies available with a subscription.
It is worth keeping in mind that automatic billing is in effect with this promotion. In other words, once the discounted six-month period has come to an end, the subscriber will automatically be charged for their next six months at the higher rate unless the subscription is cancelled first.
In addition, consumers considering taking advantage of the deal will want to make sure their preferred devices are supported before signing up. Although most subscribers should not find device support to be too much of an issue, considering Epix Now is compatible with Android TV, Apple TV, Fire TV and Roku devices.