The Most Expensive Streaming Services Right Now

The Most Expensive Streaming Services Right Now

April 20, 2024



Streaming services are evolving into completely distinct offerings, and some, by including many features, have gotten more expensive than others. This is the case of Fubo for example, who offer movies on-demand but also over a 100 cable channels. 

Below we count down the best expensive streaming services. 

11. Max Cinemax Prime Bundle

With Amazon Prime’s Max Cinemax bundle, you get access to all three of the streamers’ unique films and TV shows and pocket $4.99/month in savings. That’s because the bundle offers Max Ad-free ($15.99/month) and Cinemax ($9.99/month) for just $20.99, in addition to your current Amazon Prime subscription. Some notable titles include House of the Dragon, The Last of Us, and every other HBO show you can think of, as well as the latest blockbusters on Cinemax. Like most bundles, this one also conveniently charges you under one bill, under Amazon, and you can cancel it anytime you want.

12. Philo + Movies & More Extra

Philo’s base package already has notable channels like IFC, AMC, and Sundance TV on their lineup, but with the Movies & More Extra, you get a boost of films, particularly 20th-century classics, documentaries, and celebrity biopics, all for just $3/month. The add-on includes HDNet Movies, FMC, and FETV, which are great alternatives to TMC, as well as REELZ for celebrity stories, Fandor for more modern and intellectual fare, and Sony Movies for past blockbusters. If you’re on the fence about the add-on, Philo allows you to test it out for free for seven days.

13. MHz Choice

If you’re sick of the same old movies you’re seeing on this side of the world, then MHz Choice might come as a pleasant surprise for you. The streaming service specializes in international content, especially Nordic noir and British thrillers. Though the app itself can be a little clunky, at $8/month, it’s an affordable alternative to accessing quality foreign-language shows, films, documentaries, and more. It also recently merged with fellow subscription service Topic, so expect to see even more European fare there.

14. Spectrum TV Stream

Exclusive to Spectrum internet users, Spectrum TV Stream is a live TV cord-cutting service that costs $40/month. It’s cheaper than Spectrum’s other TV plans, but that’s because it doesn’t carry sports and local channels—only news and entertainment. Some of the more notable ones include Disney, CNN, Fox, AMC, Discovery, and for classic Hollywood fans out there, the elusive TCM. It may not seem like much, especially when you compare it to similarly priced packages like Sling Orange, which for the same price covers sports, but it could be an attractive option for Spectrum users looking to pay for everything under one bill and who only need select cable channels to get their TV fix.

15. Spectrum TV Latino

Spectrum TV Latino is a live TV streaming plan that Hispanic customers of Spectrum Internet can either purchase as a standalone or add to an existing Spectrum Stream TV plan. Unlike the latter, however, Spectrum TV Latino has sports channels, including beIN Sports en Español and TUDN. Other notable channels include Univision, Bandamax, UniMás, Discovery en Español, and in select markets, Telemundo. The package is $25/month (excluding tax) and is compatible with major streaming devices, though it might not work as well on Sony and Amazon Fire TVs.


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