Verizon Offering Free Netflix With MasterClass and Super Duolingo Subscriptions

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Verizon’s latest Netflix offer is a free year of Premium when subscribing to either MasterClass or Super Duolingo subscriptions. This is more than just a buy on, get one offer as the cost of the Netflix subscription is three times the cost of either a MasterClass or Super Duolingo subscription.


Via its +play program, Verizon has been offering customers a number of ways to save on the cost of a Netflix subscription. Most recently, for example, Verizon customers could get one year of Netflix and one year of Starz for just $75.

While not quite as cheap as that deal, Verizon’s latest ‘Netflix Premium on us’ promotion once again offers free Netflix when signing up for an additional subscription. Essentially, a Super Duolingo subscription through +play costs $83.99 a year, while a MasterClass subscription through +play costs $89.99 a year, and both come with a free year of Netflix Premium.


Super Duolingo is an ad-free version of the standard Duolingo experience, providing subscribers with an uninterrupted way to learn a new language. In contrast, MasterClass offers access to hundreds of video lessons taught by professionals from various industries, including business and leadership, photography, cooking, writing, acting, music, and sports, among others.

At $19.99 a month, Premium is the most expensive subscription Netflix currently offers, and works out to be $240 over 12 months. At this rate, and even if not that interested in either MasterClass or Super Duolingo, Verizon customers are still getting a $240/year Netflix subscription for less than $90.

For those that do find additional value in either the MasterClass or Super Duolingo subscriptions, then this deal will be even better.


As these promotions only lock in the price for the first year, subscribers will automatically be charged the full $19.99 a month price for Netflix Premium after the promotional period has ended.

Those considering subscribing to either of these deals might also want to make sure they are aware of any auto-renewal dates, and renewal costs, of MasterClass and Super Duolingo before signing up.

John Finn

By John Finn

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