Following a recent price increase, the cheapest Peacock plan (Premium) now costs $5.99 a month. For those looking to save on the cost, an annual Premium plan costs $59.99 a year, taking the average monthly price of Peacock’s cheapest plan down to around $4.99.
Spectrum TV customers, however, can currently get 12 months of Peacock Premium for free for a limited time. Providing they meet the eligibility requirements (the offer is not available to Basic or TV Essentials customers), they can sign up through Peacock’s Spectrum page and link their Spectrum account to remove the cost of the subscription for the first year.
While not quite the same, Spectrum Internet customers are also able to get Peacock for free for 90 days.
Considering this promotion is for the $5.99/month Premium plan, Spectrum TV customers taking advantage of the offer won’t get access to an ad-free viewing experience. They also won’t get access to their local NBC station either, as both of these features are reserved for the $11.99 a month Premium Plus tier.
For those that are already signed up to Peacock, it is still possible to take advantage of this offer and get the next year for free. However, you will need to cancel your existing Peacock subscription, wait until the current billing period comes to an end, and sign up again.
Regardless of whether a Spectrum TV or Internet customer, the offer is available up until December 7, 2023.
As mentioned, Spectrum TV promotions have been doing the rounds following the dispute with Disney. For example, Spectrum is offering a one-time $15 statement credit to affected customers who get in contact. The company is also offering the option to save 30% on Fubo, albeit only on the most expensive Ultimate package, and only for the two months.