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New FandangoNOW Promo Code Gives You a Free Streaming TV Show Episode
Who doesn’t love a good binge-watching marathon?
Load up on your favorite healthy drinks and snacks — just kidding. Get some beer or wine and cheese puffs, and settle in for hours of intense action and drama.
You’ll see your favorite characters narrowly escaping the clutches of evil. If you’re watching “Game of Thrones,” though, you’ll probably see them die horribly.
No matter the show, there is something deeply satisfying about binging. Deeply satisfying, that is, until you’ve caught up and have no more episodes to watch.
Now you have to find a new show to dive into. Where do you start?
FandangoNOW wants to be your new go-to place to find streaming TV shows and movies, and it’s willing to give you one free episode to draw you in.
One Free Episode, No Catch With FandangoNOW Promo Code
You can now watch one free TV episode on FandangoNOW by using the promo code BINGETV. The code is good for up to $2.99. After a quick review of titles, we found that some of the most popular shows, like “Game of Thrones,” are priced at $2.99 per episode. If you happen to pick an episode that’s more than $2.99, you just pay the difference.
Not sure what show to watch? Remember, not all shows are created equal when it comes to binge-watching. Some shows, like sitcoms, are just fun to watch on occasion. Other shows make for epically awesome binge weekends.
What’s in it for FandangoNOW?
You already have Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime, but what’s next? Simply put, FandangoNOW wants to become the next big player in the TV and movie streaming market. What better way to get people to check out your product than to offer it for free?
If you decide to use the BINGETV code to watch the first episode of “The Handmaid’s Tale” because you don’t have Hulu, you may very well get hooked.
Guess what? FandangoNOW also offers 25% off full seasons with promo code TVSAVE25. Instead of paying $23.99, you could get the full season for just $17.99.
So put on your comfy pants and settle in for the free episode — but don’t be surprised when that one episode becomes a season.
Tyler Omoth is a senior writer at The Penny Hoarder who loves soaking up the sun and finding creative ways to help others. Catch him on Twitter at @Tyomoth.
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