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Starz Deal: Sign Up For Three Months At $3 Per Month

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Starz is now running a new promotion that offers consumers the option to sign up for a subscription at just $3 per month for the first three months. Limited-time deals like this can be a good way to test out a service over a longer period to see if it is the right subscription for an individual or household. Not to mention, a great way to binge all the latest shows and movies that are available at a cheaper price than usual.

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Starz can be a good option for many households with the streaming service providing access to a wide variety of shows and movies, as well as its own originals and exclusives. For example, subscribers can watch American Gods, Power, and The Girlfriend Experience, among many others. Starz has offered different deals and discounts in the past, with many of them requiring the consumer to sign up for longer than one month to maximize the benefits. That’s also the case with the latest promotion.

Right now, Starz is offering the option to sign up and only pay $3 per month for the first three months via the Starz website. At this price, subscribers will end up paying $9 over the course of the three months, resulting in a major discount compared to the service’s usual $8.99 monthly cost. Basically, the promotion results in two extra months for free.

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The deal went live today (September 7, 2021) and will remain available up until October 5, 2021. Therefore, those interested in signing up at the reduced rate will need to make sure they start their subscription within the next few weeks.

Other than the fact that this is a limited time offer, there are no major caveats to the deal. The main one to be aware of is that the subscription will automatically revert to the full monthly price after the third month, unless canceled. Another smaller concession is that the option of a free trial is not available with this deal, so subscribers will need to make the first payment when signing up.

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John Finn

By John Finn

John started Streaming Better to help consumers navigate the live TV streaming and subscription service landscape. John has been writing about technology and TV-related services and devices since 2014 and believes the best streaming approach is to bounce between services as needed. Contact John via email at john@streamingbetter.com or on Twitter

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