6 Must-Have Bundles That Can Save You Money

Chantel Buchi
May 31, 2024
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Let’s say you want to save some money with services you likely already have, like Netflix, T-Mobile, Xfinity TV, and Disney+.

Then you’ve come to the right place, you money saver you.

You’re not going to want to miss out on these bundles that range from cable TV to on-demand streaming to cell phone plans to internet service.

So, what are we waiting for? Let’s get into the details of how you can easily bundle and save some cash.

1. Xfinity and Peacock Premium bundle

Whether you’re looking for a cable TV provider so you can watch over 100 channels or you need internet service to stream your favorite shows with minimal lag, Xfinity offers a pretty sweet bundle.

You can get Peacock Premium when you order one of Xfinity’s cable TV packages or Xfinity Internet.

Xfinity’s TV packages don’t break the bank at $50–$69 per month for 125–185 channels, and you can get internet for as low as $25 for 150Mbps download speeds.

Peacock TV is a streaming service that gives you over 60,000 hours of on-demand content (including season 5 of Yellowstone) and NBC channels (including NBC Sports). Say no more.

Honestly, this streaming service is getting better and better, so you won’t regret saving $60 per year with Xfinity by getting Peacock.

Peacock Xfinity bundle

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2. Disney+ Trio bundle

If you love Disney, Originals, and sports, boy, do we have a bundle for you!

The Disney+ Trio bundles grant you access to the magical world of Disney movies and series for $15–$25 per month. And you’ll also get Hulu’s vast on-demand library with network and Original series, and you can watch live games on ESPN+.

And guess what? It saves you $13–$16 each month than if you were to subscribe to them individually. That means more money for your Disneyland savings.

Family sitting on living room couch watching Disney+

3. Xfinity Mobile and Internet bundle

We want to start by saying that Comcast Xfinity earned the No. 2 spot on our best cell phones plans list, and it’s our favorite internet service provider. Does it get any better than that?

Well, it does. If you pair Xfinity Mobile with Xfinity Internet, you’ll save up to $400 each year for two years.

First, choose an internet plan. Get 400 Mbps for $55 per month or upgrade for the quick Gig speeds for $20 more.

Then within 90 days of ordering Xfinity Internet, activate your mobile line, and you’ll see a monthly $30 discount for your internet service within a month.

So we recommend you sign up ASAP because the sooner you activate, the sooner you can start saving.

Best Internet Plans

5. T-Mobile and Netflix bundle

Netflix is the most expensive, but most beloved, streaming service on the market. So, why not get it for free? We can’t say no either.

If you’re looking for a new cell phone service, look no further. T-Mobile’s Magenta MAX plan is one of the best with no data caps (about $85/month).

You can also get a free Netflix subscription with a “normal” Magenta plan, but it has a data cap of 100 GB per month. In other words, it’s not enough if you like to watch cute dog videos on Facebook daily.

Depending on the T-Mobile plan you choose, you’ll either get Netflix’s Standard with ads plan ($7/month) or the Standard plan ($15.49/month).

With that unlimited data your Magenta MAX plan gives you, you can stream Bridgerton or Good Girls wherever you go.

Netflix app on smartphone
If you’re looking for a bundle for TV, internet, and phone …

We rounded up the best TV, internet, and phone bundles so you don’t have to bother doing hours of research. We also detail what you should look for in a bundle depending on your and your family’s needs.

6. Verizon Wireless and Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+

Tell us, who doesn’t want the Disney+ Trio bundle? And who doesn’t mind having it at no cost to them?

If you order Verizon’s 5G Get More plan ($90 per line per month), you’ll get 5G nationwide, unlimited lower-speed data, and Disney+'s Trio Basic plan, which includes Hulu and ESPN+.

Verizon is number one on our best cell phone plans list because it has excellent coverage, includes Cloud data, and offers more perks than just the Disney+ Trio bundle (like free Apple Music).

Disney+ and Hulu are two of the most popular streaming services because you can find yourself stuck to your couch watching entrancing content like Encanto or Handmaid’s Tale.

Young woman laying on living room couch on stomach while watching streaming service on smartphone

7. Metro by T-Mobile and Amazon Prime bundle

OK, here’s the real question: who doesn’t have an Amazon Prime membership? Well, why not get it paid for?

Sign up for Metro’s new $60 unlimited rate plan and get free Prime shipping, a free Kindle book each month, and access to Prime Video.

Pay $60 for a prepaid cell phone plan that gives you unlimited data and save $15 each month by not paying for your Amazon Prime membership. That’s a win-win if we ever saw one.

If you have a family, you might be happy to know that Metro by T-Mobile offers four lines for $150 a month. Not bad at all. And after you’ve ordered, sit back and watch Prime Video’s 12,000-title library.

Father and young son sit on the floor together looking at a smartphone

Which bundles will save me money?

Any of these seven bundles are a great catch, and all of them will help you save money for that new 4K TV you’ve been eyeing.

Need mobile service? Get a free on-demand streaming service! Need cable TV? Peacock Premium is yours at no extra cost! Need the Disney+ bundle? We’re wondering why you haven’t jumped on that ride yet!

  1. The Xfinity and Peacock Premium bundle lets you bundle Xfinity TV ($50–$69/month) or Xfinity Internet ($25–$80) with Peacock Premium (but Peacock won’t be an additional cost).
  2. The Disney+ Trio bundles are $15–25/month for endless entertainment. Watch The Lion King, Pam & Tommy, and a Wimbledon match in one weekend.
  3. You can’t go wrong with the Xfinity Mobile and Internet bundle as they’re both one of the top cell phone and internet providers. Save $30 per month on your internet when you activate your mobile line.
  4. The T-Mobile and Netflix bundle is perfect for anyone. We like how we can get one of our favorite plans with the Magenta MAX ($85/month) and get the Standard Netflix plan included with our service ($15.50/month).
  5. You might as well get Verizon Wireless with the Disney+ bundle if, ya know, you want to have cellular service and all of the entertainment in your hands. The 5G Get More plan is $90 per line per month, and you’ll get the Disney+ Trio bundle for $0.
  6. The Metro by T-Mobile and Amazon Prime bundle almost feels like a no-brainer. Metro’s $60 prepaid cell phone plan will feel like you’re paying $45 because you won’t have to pay for your Amazon Prime membership anymore.
Chantel Buchi
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Chantel Buchi
Chantel is all about finding the best tv or streaming service to watch as many football games as possible to keep her Fantasy Football team in check. Prior to being a TV and Streaming Tech Reporter for Reviews.org, she worked for NFL Network and The Alliance of American Football. Before that, she received a B.A. of Communication at the University of Utah and an M.S. in Sports Journalism at USC. Go Utes and Fight On. Contact her at chantel@reviews.org

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