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The Wall Street Journal says that once the writers’ strike is over, Netflix will raise the price it charges for its ad-free streaming service.

Thanks, Biden!

“As the most current in a string of price hikes by the biggest streaming services in the nation, Netflix intends to boost the cost of its ad-free subscription a few months after the writers strike ends.”

“People who know about the situation say that the streaming service is thinking about raising prices in a number of countries around the world. It is likely that the price hike will start in Canada and the United States.” Nobody was able to find out how much Netflix is going to raise prices or when the price increases will start. Netflix wouldn’t say anything.”

For about twelve years, Netflix and I got along great. The fee for a monthly membership was fair, and nothing was gay. Then I found out one day that I was spending $16 a month on everything gay. Netflix, goodbye.

At the moment, Netflix costs $6.99 a month for shows with ads. I don’t understand why anyone would shell out money to watch shows with ads. Pluto, FreeVee, and Tubi are names you may not know. You can watch far more on those streams than you could ever want… for free. You’ll see ads, but it is free.

Then there is the $15.49 Netflix package, which lets you watch everything without any ads.

The special Netflix package costs $19.99 a month and lets you share passwords with a few people who aren’t in your home.

It got to the point where I was spending $16 a month on Netflix just to look through the menus for hours on end. Then, whenever I saw something interesting, there was a guy wearing a dress or two men kissing. That was enough. I am currently spending that $16 a month buying lots of Blu-rays of The Green Berets.

Netflix remains one of the few streaming services that makes money, though. It helps if your streaming service is like Jell-O and Kleenex—when your name is linked to the product and used as a reference for it: Yes, I got the Disney+ package. You begin with Netflix and then watch everything else if you stream.

To keep things fair, I’ll say that Netflix isn’t the only streaming service that’s raising prices. The Wall Street Journal has a chart that shows the prices for each streaming service. All but Amazon Prime and Paramount Plus, the prices keep going up. They offer a cheap price to trick you, but then they take all your money.

Really, all I’m saying is that before you spend all this money on streaming services that are run by individuals who dislike you, check out the free ones like the ones above. There are a lot of free TV shows out there! I can hardly believe it. You are able to receive for free what you used to pay $175 a month for through your cable TV company, minus the newest seasons of brand-new shows.

Author: Scott Dowdy

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