A new contender is entering the ring at NBC's Peacock streaming service. Beginning March 18, Peacock will become the exclusive home to WWE Network content, from tons of excellent original series and archival shows to stellar pay-per-view events that subscribers will be able to watch live! WWE Network previously offered its own service for $9.99 monthly, though Peacock's plans start at just $4.99 per month — and for a limited time, the price of Peacock's Premium plan is dropping even lower.
Though you can watch Peacock for free, you'll need a Peacock Premium membership if you plan on streaming original series like the recent Saved By The Bell reboot, later seasons of The Office, or any of the WWE content that's premiering on March 18. Luckily, right now new subscribers can join Peacock Premium at 50% off the regular monthly cost!
Today's deal gives you four months of Peacock Premium for only $10, which is like paying only $2.50 per month. After that period, your subscription will renew at its regular monthly cost of $4.99 unless you decide to end your membership.
With WWE Network only days away from integrating into Peacock's streaming service, now's the perfect time to become a member! WrestleMania: The Showcase of the Immortals is scheduled for April 10 and April 11, and it will be streaming exclusively on Peacock. You'll also be able to catch Fastlane: The Final Stop on the Road to WrestleMania on Sunday, March 21. Every live WWE pay-per-view event will be available with your Peacock Premium membership, as well as on-demand shows and classic moments from previous events.
There's more to Peacock than WWE. Along with access to tons of iconic TV series, you can watch films from studios like Universal, DreamWorks Animation, and Focus Features as well as general sports coverage and live sports talk. There's also a wide selection of kids' movies and shows for little ones, as well as Spanish-language TV shows and news from Telemundo. Our guide to Peacock's streaming plans can offer more information on the service if you have more questions.
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