Peacock is Raising Its Price For The First Time in 3 Years





Today Peacock announced that for the first time since it launched three years ago, it will be raising its price. Pricing will be going up between $1 a month and $2 a month, depending on what package you subscribe to.

If you subscribe to the ad-supported plan, your price will go up $1 to $5.99 a month. If you subscribe to the ad-free Peacock Premium Plus, you will see your price go up $2 a month to $11.99.

The price hike will go into effect for new subscribers today, and current subscribers will see the price go up on their first bill after August 17th, 2023.

This price hike is very similar to the Paramount+ price hike that happened earlier this year.

Recently Peaccok has been adding a lot of new content, including live sports. This fall when Big Ten football will come to Peacock.

Since Peacock launched in the summer of 2020, it has added more than 80,000 hours of content – including exclusive deals like Pay 1 movies from Universal Filmed Entertainment Group, new NBC and Bravo episodes next-day, streaming channels from Hallmark and Reelz, and daily mornings news shows from CNBC and MSNBC.

Here is how Peacock describes what you can get with its streaming service:

o    The most live sports of any direct-to-consumer streaming service in the United States – Women’s World Cup (July), Sunday Night Football, an NFL Wild Card Playoff Game (Jan), Premier League, Big 10 (Beginning Fall 2023), Notre Dame Football and WWE’s SummerSlam  

o    New and critically acclaimed originals – “Poker Face,” “Mrs. Davis,” “The Continental,” “Bel-Air,” “Dr. Death,” “Based on a True Story” and “Bupkis”  

o    All new episodes from NBC and Bravo next-day  

o    Pay 1 and day-and-date release blockbusters from Universal Pictures including “The Super Mario Bros. Movie,” “Fast X” and “Five Nights at Freddy’s”  

o    Fan favorite library titles across film and TV – “Yellowstone,” “The Office,” “Parks and Recreation,” “New Girl,” and the Harry Potter series  

o    Live daily morning news from CNBC, MSNBC and NBC stations  

o    24/7 streaming channels from partners like Hallmark and Reelz

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