We’ve all heard the tired old saying that “fidelity is expensive.”
Well, that’s the theory anyway.
But if you’re one of those people who is struggling to make ends meet with your cable or satellite bill, now you can get a better deal than just paying cash.
If you’ve got an Apple tv, or a Roku, you can pick up a free HBO Plus subscription, as well as a handful of other pricey options.
The service is only available for a limited time and will be available to those who buy through the Apple Store, but we’ve put together a list of some of the best deals.
Here’s our list of the top 10 Best Value Apple TV Subscriptions, from $29.99 to $69.99.
Apple TV Pros Apple TV 2 and 3 are great for a basic setup, but if you want more options, you might want to get the 4K Apple TV.
This is a $49.99 service and comes with four apps: HBO Go, HBO Go Now, HBO Now, and Showtime.
HBO Now costs $9.99 a month and is available to most streaming services.
Netflix has some of its own premium content available for $7.99 per month.
Apple’s TV app is still the best way to watch shows and movies, and it supports all the major services, including HBO Go.
Apple also lets you stream content from Netflix or Amazon Prime Video to the Apple TV via AirPlay, a feature that makes watching movies, TV shows, and music much easier.
If your only video options are Hulu Plus and Apple TV Now, you may be better off with the $14.99 Apple TV bundle.
That’s a $10.99 monthly fee for four Apple TV apps, plus access to HBO Go and Showtime, as standard.
If it’s not your cup of tea, you could opt for the $19.99 HBO Plus plan that comes with five premium apps.
It also comes with access to Netflix, HBO, Amazon Prime, Hulu Plus, and Apple’s own apps.
You can also get the $24.99 Netflix app for $10 a month, plus a $20 HBO membership, which gives you access to the Netflix service as well.
HBO is the most expensive Apple TV app, and you can pay $29 a month to get access to more content and more apps.
If that sounds expensive, you should also consider the $29 HBO Plus, which includes access to five premium HBO apps and HBO Go plus, plus HBO Now.
Netflix’s $14-a-month membership is more expensive, but comes with all the streaming services you want, plus Amazon Prime members can get access through a $5-a–month membership.
You also get access with the Apple Watch, but it’s a bit more expensive at $99.99 for five years.
If $10 is not enough, HBO is also available for as little as $12 a month.
The only other Apple TV device that has a lower price tag is Roku, which comes in at $59.99, but you can also pick up the $59 Roku 2, which is $69 for three years.
There’s a big difference between the $7-a-$14-per-month subscription and the $5.99-a and $9-a packages for the Apple devices, and we recommend sticking with Roku as the best deal.
Roku Plus: If you want the best value, get the Roku Plus, a $79.99 bundle that includes the Apple and Roku apps, HBO and Showtime apps, and an Apple Watch.
You’ll get access for $15 per month for five apps and access to Apple’s Apple TV service for a little over $10 more than the Roku bundle.
The $79-a Roku Plus will only last until December 31st, 2018.
Hulu Plus: Hulu Plus is another $39.99 plan that will give you access for the latest HBO and Netflix streaming titles, plus two other options: HBO Now for $14 and Showtime for $19 a month (plus a $4 HBO Plus membership).
This will give Hulu Plus the best overall package of all of the Apple services.
You get access and access access to all the top channels on all of Apple TV and Apple Watch and HBO.
The Hulu Plus service also includes HBO Now and Showtime (the latter two in their own packages).
Netflix Plus: Netflix’s newest $7-$9-per month bundle comes with HBO Go (including the $9 a month subscription) plus access for Apple TV, Apple Watch OS X, and iOS devices (with the addition of the HBO app).
This is great for the average consumer, but a bit pricey if you are in a tight budget.
It will also let you stream Netflix movies on Apple TV for a flat fee of $7 per month, which can make it a good deal for those with limited bandwidth.
Amazon Prime: Amazon Prime is a great way to stream