Netflix Free Trial Offer Information

by David Ning · 12 comments

Did you know that there’s a Netflix free trial offer going on right now?

Over here at MoneyNing, we routinely talk about personal finance philosophies like responsible spending and frugal living, but let’s change pace (today being Thanksgiving and all) and talk about something practical. Let’s discuss a step you can instantly take to save money every single month – the Netflix free trial.

I was going to start this post with a Netflix review, but you know what this service is already, so I won’t bore you with the details (if you still want a review, let me know in the comments and I will write one). All I want to say is to do yourself a favor and see if you can save money by signing up for the DVD service and cutting your cable TV bill.

For some, the $8.99 a month replaces the whole $100 monthly cable bill. For others, having Netflix reduces their need for the expensive cable channels like HBO, Starz and others.

Whatever the case, this is a great time to try the service because you can get a two week Netflix free trial right now. If you don’t like it, just cancel and you know it’s not for you. If it works out, you may be able to save a good chunk of change every month.

Click Here to Take Advantage of the Netflix Free Trial.

For those who tried Netflix (or is a current Netflix customer), how do you like their services? Help others out by telling your stories about the DVD service in the comments below.

Money Saving Tip: An incredibly effective way to save more is to reduce your monthly Internet and TV costs. Click here for the current Verizon FiOS promotion codes and promos to see if you can save more money every month from now on.

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Josh November 26, 2009 at 7:31 am

Love netflix…

Was on the 3 out plan but got busy. Now on the 1 out plan with unlimited streaming… I cut the cable bill and never rent anywhere else. When I need more i visit the local library where i can get up to 10 movies (5 kids, 5 adults) for free for 2 weeks at a time…

I don’t miss it at all… with all the free legal websites where you can view tv and movies, anything netflix does not have thats worth it, you can probably find elsewhere…. give it a shot and save some money.

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Sam November 26, 2009 at 8:28 am

I love Netflix too. I too signed up because of the Netflix free trial offer available but never looked back. Nowadays, I just go online, pick my movies and they are delivered to me regularly. I like that you can just go online to put the movie on queue every time you think of it, then be able to watch it instead of wanting to watch something but forgetting about it because you are too lazy to go to a brick and mortar DVD store to rent it.

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Roxy November 26, 2009 at 8:45 am

i’ve been using netflix for years. Movies, tv shows everything for a small fee. Granted you may have to wait some time, but I’d rather live my life than sit in front of the tv all day.

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Kelly November 26, 2009 at 12:26 pm

I keep telling everyone to just sign up for Netflix already. I saved myself over $1,000 in cable TV bills this year alone. If I continue with this service my whole life, it’s going to be like $100,000 (which is a little insane if you think about it).

Netflix free trial offer, no free trial, it doesn’t really matter if you think about it that way.

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Jeremy K November 26, 2009 at 4:16 pm

I too love my Netflix. At first, I actually disliked those people who put the red envelopes for the office mailman to pickup since they were just on the receptionist counter but now I do it too LOL.

It’s so convenient and I agree with MoneyNing, go sign up for the Netflix free trial NOW.

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cizgi film izle November 28, 2009 at 3:47 am

I love netflix. Thanks for the article.

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CreditShout November 29, 2009 at 2:00 pm

Netflix is awesome, and so is the affiliate program ;) Seriously though I can’t say enough good things about the service and it just keeps getting better, they recently added Netflix streaming to the PS3 which I’ve been using daily and it works like a charm.

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Craig November 30, 2009 at 9:29 am

You know who else loves Netflix? The USPS. I swear to god the only thing anyone uses snail mail for today is Netflix and/or Gamefly. lol.

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JB December 2, 2009 at 9:06 am

The instant streaming on the xbox was one of the reasons i no longer have cable.

I swear with hulu, xbox, and all those fantastic services are able to cover all my tv needs. I’ve also come to realize that the teli kills my productivity.

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Jim February 24, 2011 at 9:28 pm

I have been extremily pleased with the Netflix DVDs by mail service. Lightning-fast, efficient, fantastic cross-section in their huge on-line catalogue, generous to keep customers with the rare problem (such as a scratched DVD)satisfied by replacing and even giving you extra selections, they often briefly survey your customer satisfaction ratings and suggest shows similar to your tastes for consideration…I could go on and on. Now this is a company that knows how to serve the public. Here is a company that truly cares. Add to that the service of getting numerous instant-view movies and shows to your computer, and you just can’t go wrong. We are seriously thinking about dropping our cable service soon, getting the viewing machine so we can have shows beamed direct to our regular TV, sitting back and enjoying entertainment for much less money. I definitely recommend Netflix to everyone as the most efficient customer-service-oriented company I have seen in a long time. If you can afford it, buy their stock, as they are on the upward-bound fast-track. I wish my company of 17+ years (Wal-Mart) was half this good. If Netflix had a local office, I would apply there for a job. I appreciate quality, & they really are that good.

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Virginia July 28, 2011 at 11:41 am

I can honestly say why I didn’t do this before. I love the “roku” with Netflix, which lets you stream video for $7.99 a month. And there is a lot of free channels beside Netflix. I said goodbye to my cable and their outrageous prices.

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Alan May 12, 2013 at 6:36 pm

I use Netflix, Roku, and FirstRowSports to watch European sports and TV, one happy camper.

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