Netflix, this is NOT the year!
If you’ve been watching your finances more now than ever, you’ll want to be prepared because Netflix has just raised their prices again…
Beginning today, Netflix has raised the prices of two of its three subscription tiers in the United States, affecting the majority of its customers in the country.
The basic plan will remain the same, but the standard and premium plans will see an increase in cost.
The standard plan, which is the most common Netflix subscription to customers in the United States, is getting raised by $1. Previously $12.99 per month, the price is now $13.99 per month.
The premium plan, which allows 4K video and up to four device streams at once, is going up by $2, from $15.99 to $17.99. The basic plan will remain unchanged at $8.99.
New customers that sign up for Netflix, will have the new prices be immediately introduced. Existing customers will see the increase on their next billing cycle, sometime over the next month.
So, for those of us (like me) that get Free Netflix through T-mobile, we shouldn’t see a change at all.
But if you do happen to see a price increase on your bill, you’ll now know why.