The cost of living crisis is making us re-evaluate a lot of purchases and outgoings. With basic prices rising like energy bills, petrol and phone plans, it’s becoming difficult to justify the price of multiple subscriptions and unfortunately, streaming services fall under that category.
While we all love our streaming services, having more than 1 is getting harder to manage. I don’t think I’m speaking for myself here when I say that I currently pay for three subscriptions – Netflix, Amazon Prime and Disney+ – which if I’m honest, is a little too much considering the cost of living price hikes.
Streaming services feel like a necessity for most households at this point but with everything going up in price, it’s definitely time to re-evaluate whether we need them or not. Of course, cancelling your streaming service is a sure fire way to keep your monthly costs down but you shouldn’t have to sacrifice something that you enjoy.
Before you cancel your services, there are a few tips and tricks that you can do to save some money on your streaming services rather than getting rid of them completely. Here’s how I save money on streaming services, including Netflix, Amazon Prime and Disney+.
1. Reconsider the ones you want
If, like me, you have multiple streaming subscriptions, it’s a good idea to reconsider what you’re actually getting from each service. By weighing up the pros and cons of each one and comparing that to what…