Not Every Xfinity Customer Will Lose Peacock Premium Later This Month

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While Xfinity customers have been receiving Peacock Premium for free since the streaming service launched, the company had previously confirmed that the freebie would be coming to an end in June. Now, however, it would seem not every Xfinity customer will lose Peacock Premium later this month.


Those with free Peacock Premium through Xfinity are currently due to lose access on June 26, 2023. At which point, they will then need to pay for a subscription if they want access again. The exception here are those signed up to an Xfinity Gig internet package, as they will apparently continue to get Peacock Premium for free.

While Comcast and Peacock have yet to officially announce this change, customers have been receiving confirmation in their latest bill statements over the past week. According to the updated policy, Xfinity Gig internet customers will continue to receive Peacock Premium for free for two more years. Basically, through June 25, 2025.


The updated message does explain that some eligible customers may need to reactivate the promotion to get access to free Peacock Premium after it is shut off for others. This can be done by signing in through and enabling the deal. If an Xfinity Rewards Diamond or Platinum member, free Peacock Premium can be redeemed through the Xfinity Rewards website.

Regardless of whether you are an Xfinity customer, it is currently possible to save on the cost of Peacock Premium, thanks to a hot deal that reduces the cost of the annual plan down to just $19.99.

Considering the annual plan normally costs $49.99, this is a saving of $30 and brings the average monthly cost down to just $1.66. This is a limited-time promotion that’s currently due to end on June 12, 2023.

John Finn

By John Finn

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