Are you looking for a way to cut down the cost of Netflix? You’re in the right place! Finally you’ll be able to say bye to alternative methods, some of which are also illegal. Did you know that if you share the subscription cost in a group you could save up to 75%? We’re the best to help you do it, in a safe and simple way, just keep reading to have a practical, step by step guide on how to save!
By now Netflix plays a role in all our lives, and we are all guilty of binge watching an entire TV series in 24 hours without stopping: Narcos, The Crown, Stranger Things, Thirteen Reasons Why, Sense8, Money Heist, of which we await the release of the 3rd season!
Netflix Premium costs £11.99 a month and offers a subscription plan for 4 accounts who can watch different things simultaneously. Intelligent people, like you, who have a subscription have started to divide the cost by 4 to save money.
How to save on Netflix, a guide:
If until now you have used a calculator to calculate the payments, the Netflix Premium subscription costs £11.99 a month and it can be divided between 4 users. Doing a quick calculation we can work out that each person will pay only £3. Have you already worked out how much you will save in a year?
We’ll tell you straight away, if you get the Basic Netflix subscription for £ 5.99 a month, the cheapest, you spend around £70 a year! If instead you share the cost of Netflix Premium in a group you’ll only spend £35.88 a year and you’ll also have it in Ultra HD. It’s only taken you a few lines to work out how to save £36 a year and have the best of Netflix! Isn’t that fantastic?
But let’s continue, are you one of those people who until recently used a piggy bank to collect your groups payment? Well, from today you’ll no longer have to do all the dirty work yourself, instead, Together Price will take care of it!
With one platform Together Price allows you to create your group, communicate with everyone thanks to the internal chat, and collect monthly payments automatically.
How Together Price works, a guide:
If you already have a Netflix Premium subscription you can make the free spaces you don’t need available. If you have a Basic or Standard subscription we advise you to upgrade to Premium for £11.99, which is the more expensive plan, but also the more convenient if you choose to share it.
If you become ADMIN, and you make your subscription available, you get many benefits. First of all you use Together Price for free, so the money you receive each month is the same as though you split the cost without the use of Together Price.
You also save time and energy not having to worry about chasing people about the money they owe.
Furthermore you have full control of the service, and you can increase your level of ‘trust’, the ranking system that measures your level of trustworthiness. It is super simple to start sharing your subscription, you only need a few minutes. Here is what you need to do:
- Sign up to Netflix Premium
- Log into Together Price
- Click on the button marked ‘crea un gruppo’
- Confirm your phone number
- Click on ‘Abbonamenti’
- Select ‘Netflix’
- Insert the dates of the service
- Accept the terms and conditions of Netflix
- Accept the requests of participants
- Receive money automatically
- Enjoy Netflix at £3 a month!
How to share Netflix on Together Price?
Easy, all you need is a Netflix Premium subscription (if you don’t have one, buy it here) and an IBAN code on which you will receive your payments.
Once published, the shared subscription will be visible in the Network of Together Price. The people living in your housing unit that are interested in sharing the use and cost of the subscription with you will send you a participation request that you will simply have to accept in order to allow them to send you their payment.
You can monitor in real time the payments accumulated by checking the balance in your Wallet. After 30 days of sharing, Together Price will take care of getting the payment from your participants and you won’t have to do anything other than make yourself comfortable and enjoy Netflix!