Another home run for T-Mobile customers! The MLB.TV streaming service is now free with most T-Mobile, Sprint, and Metro by T-Mobile phone plans. Download the T-Mobile Tuesdays app (iOS/Android) to redeem your year-long membership before the cutoff date on April 5th.
Best Buy is running a wondrous three-day sale on all things electronics! The sale includes computers, TVs, tablets, sound bars and speakers, home appliances, smartphones, gaming consoles, projectors, cameras, headphones, streaming media players, GPS devices, printers, and more. With so many options at hand, the sale is an excellent time to upgrade your gadgets.
CBS All Access will become Paramount+ and gain more content while keeping all of its originals shows. What we didn’t know was pricing—until now. And while the ad-supported tier will be cheaper, it’ll lose access to live TV, so maybe you should jump on the 50% off one year deal for the current plan while you still can.
Two of Samsung’s greatest, most popular products are on sale at Amazon. Now’s your chance to save $150 on the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 with ECG and fall-detection or $100 on the new Galaxy S21 smartphone. Need something a little bigger? Amazon is also taking $200 off the Samsung Galaxy S21+ and the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra.
Tired of overpaying for your phone plan? Google is running a 50% off promotion for new customers that join Google Fi Unlimited. The service, which usually costs $50 a line, includes 22GB of high-speed data, full hot-spot support, free international calls and texts, and 100 GB of Google One. This limited-time promotion cuts your bill down to $25 a line for the first three months of service.
Select retailers are offering hefty discounts for Apple’s revolutionary M1 Mac Mini and MacBook Pro. The base-model M1 Mac Mini, which usually costs $700, is just $600 at Costco and $670 through Amazon and B&H. You can also save $80 on the base-model M1 MacBook Pro or $100 on the upgraded M1 MacBook Pro through Amazon.
The price of 5G phones seems to be in a nose dive. Metro, formerly MetroPCS and now a sub-brand of T-Mobile, is selling the cheapest one we’ve seen yet: just $20. It’s a new budget model from Motorola, the One 5G Ace. But as you might expect with a price that low, there are a few strings attached.
As a full-time couch potato and part-time cheapskate, the last thing I want to do is overpay for streaming. But I’ve always avoided Disney’s popular $13 service bundle because it comes with the ad-supported version of Hulu, and I don’t want ads! Now, Disney offers a $19 plan that’s perfect for people like me. It includes Disney+, ESPN+, and, you guessed it, ad-free Hulu!
Phone cases, charging cables, and other mobile accessories are usually last-minute purchases. But because popular accessory brands like Aukey, RAVPower, Speck, and Anker are constantly running sales, you can save a ton of money by holding out for good deals or setting up a price tracker to get discounts sent to your inbox. Really, there’s never a good reason to pay full price for mobile accessories.
You missed the pre-order deals, but there’s still time to save big on the new Samsung Galaxy S21, S21+, and S21 Ultra. The revolutionary series of Galaxy devices is available now with massive trade-in discounts, BOGO deals, and free Galaxy SmartTags. So what are you waiting for? Buy an S21 now before the early-bird offers disappear!