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5 streaming services to watch your favourite Christmas shows & films

In the midst of the COVID-19 virus, we’re all spending quite a bit of time indoors.  So we’ve highlighted some of the best streaming services for all, including kids and grandparents, to watch your favourite Christmas shows and films.

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Amazon Prime – £7.99 per month

Amazon Prime has loads of different films and TV shows to keep everyone entertained, films such as The Heart of Christmas for adults and Shaun the Sheep: Christmas Bleatings for the kids. Stick Man, The Holiday and Deck The Halls are all on the streaming service and what’s better is that if you’ve not had Amazon Prime you can get a one month free trial then you can pay £7.99 per month and cancel any time.


Netflix – £5.99 per month

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Netflix has a huge amount of box sets and films to watch. Trolls Holiday Special and Klaus are just a few titles kids can watch and for adults there is Bad Moms: A Bad Moms Christmas, Sugar Rush Christmas for baking fans and DreamWorks Shrek Stories for some comedy. Netflix costs £5.99 a month and you can cancel anytime.

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NOW TV – From £3.99 per month

NOW TV has massive amounts of box sets, films, kids TV and much more to watch. You can choose which pass you would like for example the Entertainment Pass which gives you access to over 300 box sets on demand and costs £7.99 a month. There is also the Kids Pass which offers shows including Power Players, Where’s Wally and The Adventures of Paddington to name a few. The Kids Pass is £3.99 a month and you can even get a 7-day free trial and cancel any time.

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HayU – £4.99 per month

This is a streaming services for all of us reality TV fans out there. Shows from Real Housewives to Vanderpump Rules, True Crime and Top Chef to name a few. All of these shows are straight from the US and can be streamed to your TV for £4.99 per month and you can get one month free trial with the option to cancel at any time.

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Disney+ – £49.99

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Disney+ streamed from March 24th and if you signed up before this date you can get the streaming service for £49.99 instead of £59.99 with no ads. You will be able to stream films including Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and the National Geographic.

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These are just a few ways to help keep us all entertained without costing to much money.

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