How much are you paying every month for cable TV or satellite TV? If it's $100 or more, that's way too much. If you're paying $25 or more, that's way too much.
These days, you don't need to pay anything to watch TV. It's like the old days, except instead of having three TV networks and PBS, you can watch millions of hours of movies and TV shows for free, or for just a few bucks a month.
With Amazon Instant Video, for instance, you can stream award-winning TV shows like "Transparent" and movies for free. Or you can rent recent movies for just a few dollars.
Plus, you can watch TV shows and movies on dozens of streaming platforms, like Netflix, Hulu and Crackle. Many of them are free, while some cost roughly $10 a month.
To stream content directly onto your TV, use a streaming media player like Amazon Fire TV. Right now, you can save 15% on an Amazon Fire TV to stream TV shows and movies, and music.
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