You get a $30 streaming device for committing to just one month of discovery+ at $4.98!
This is a promotion that is limited by both time and device availability, so you’ll want to act quickly if you’re interested.
Here are the details you need to know:
- You must be a new subscriber in the United States to claim this deal.
- This offer can't be combined with any other deal. That includes free trials.
- To claim the deal, you must use a promotional code while paying for your subscription (more on this in a moment).
- After you subscribe, you'll receive an email with instructions on how to claim your new streaming device from Amazon.
- Discovery+ is limiting this offer to the first 50,000 eligible customers.
- You must claim your free Fire TV Stick Lite by May 20, 2021.
How To Claim This Deal
Visit discovery+ via this link and follow the directions to activate the offer.
If you want to subscribe with advertisements for $4.98 per month, you'll use code FIRETV2 at checkout.
But if you want the ad-free experience for $6.98 per month, you'll need to use code FIRETV1.
Once you’ve successfully signed up using the proper link and promotion code, you’ll receive a confirmation email that provides a redemption code and instructions for ordering your Fire TV Stick Lite from Amazon.
Here’s a look at the process via the discovery+ offer site:
What Is an Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite?
If you’re new to streaming TV, you may be wondering what an Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite actually does.
It’s a small device that you plug into the back of your television. It lets you stream both live and on-demand content from services such as discovery+.
Some of that content is available for free, while other services require a monthly or annual subscription.
The Fire TV Stick Lite is Amazon’s entry-level streaming device. To use it on your TV, you’ll need an open HDMI port on your television and an electric outlet to provide power to the device.
From there, you simply put the provided batteries in the remote control and get the setup process started.
Here’s what you can expect to find in the box:
What Is discovery+?
Discovery+ is an on-demand video streaming service that features both original content and popular shows from 14 different television networks.
While you can’t stream live channels on this service, the library of on-demand content is more than 55,000 hours deep. That includes series from HGTV, History Channel, A&E, TLC, Food Network and more.
And with personalities including Chip and Joanna Gaines, the Property Brothers and Guy Fieri on board to star in new shows, discovery+ already has an impressive library of original content.
You can read Team Clark's complete review of the service here.
What Can I Watch on discovery+?
Discovery+ includes content from a total of 14 networks:
- Food Network
- Discovery Channel
- ID (Investigation Discovery)
- Animal Planet
- History Channel
- Magnolia Network (Chip and Joanna Gaines' new network)
- OWN (Oprah Winfrey Network)
- Science Channel
- Travel Channel
The good news: Most of your favorites from these channels are probably represented with at least a portion of their catalogs. That makes for a pretty robust offering.
The bad news: This is no live stream of these channels. You're getting only on-demand content here, so you'll probably have to continue to pay for cable or a live streaming service if you want to watch new episodes when they first air.
Discovery+ has been aggressive in its marketing efforts, offering subscription discounts and partnering with companies like Verizon to offer the service for free on a temporary basis.
But this latest promotional offer may be best for people who are new to the cord cutting game, because it gives them a chance to dip their toes in the streaming pool AND get a free device in the process.
If you enjoy the channels that produce content for discovery+, this could be a low-risk way to find out if ditching cable or live TV streaming is right for you.
For the risk of just $4.98, you can try discovery+ for a month and also get a $30 streaming to keep.
If you get that free streaming device, you can use it to check out some the free streaming services out there like Pluto TV or Tubi TV.
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