Pixar has made it a point to make its movies available on YouTube and Netflix, but you won’t find a cheaper version on the platform.
So how much would you pay for a video on YouTube or Netflix?
The most common answer to that question is a one-time fee of $2 per month.
However, you’ll find many video rental companies are now offering discounts for people who sign up for an unlimited 30-day trial.
If you don’t have a 30-days trial, you could find a deal for $2 a month on Amazon, Netflix, Hulu Plus, or any other video rental service.
Netflix’s YouTube video rental discount for one year will be $2.99 a month for one video, and for one month the same discount is available for $0.99.
If that’s not enough to get you started, you can also find discounts on Amazon Prime, Netflix One, and Hulu Plus.
Netflix and Hulu are also offering $2-per-month Netflix Video Passes.
If the $2 is the most you can spend on a video rental, you might want to consider the $8.99-per and $12.99-$14.99 prices.
Netflix has made the Netflix Video service available to select members for 30 days, so if you sign up now, you won.
However you sign-up, you may need to change your Netflix subscription at some point in the future.
For example, you should change your plan if you plan on going to the movies again in the next 30 days.
Netflix is also offering a $10-per month trial membership for users who sign-in each month.
The $10 trial membership is available to those who sign in for 30 weeks and renew in the first three months.
If your membership ends in three months, you will be billed $10 a month.
You can check out the full list of discounts and options at the top of the article.
If you’re still looking for a new way to watch your favorite movies, check out our guide to finding the best movie theater deals.
If your friends have friends who are also movie buffs, consider checking out our list of the best Movie Night deals.