Netflix Canada: Get a Free 1 Month Trial

Netflix Canada: Get a Free 1 Month Trial

For those of you who aren't aware (because I haven't done a post about this since 2010), you can sign up to the unlimited streaming of films and TV episodes from Netflix Canada for a totally free one month trial.

Please note that in order to sign up to Netflix, you need to have your credit card details to hand. The first month is free, and you can cancel at any time. If you decide that you like the Netflix streaming service and want to continue to use it, the cost is $7.99 a month - I think that's pretty reasonable.

Some devices that you can use with this free trial of Netflix:

Watch on your PS3, Wii, Xbox, PC, Mac, iPad, Apple TV, and more.

Believe it or not, I haven't yet used the free Netflix trial myself. I've been putting it off for a while so I can make sure I've got some free time to watch some serious TV.... and that free time never seems to have materialised! Well, we're planning on moving house next month, and I am going to sign up to Netflix after we move.

There is quite a bit of content on there that I want to see. Things that will be going on my watchlist:

  • Community
  • Dead Like Me
  • Roswell
  • Monk
  • Dollhouse
  • Mad men

It's a shame that Netflix don't do coupon codes to extend the free trial. I have asked them if they can do a special offer for the Bargainmoosers, but sadly I couldn't secure a special deal. We'll have to make do with the one month free trial!

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  • Trun
    I've been happily using Netflix for 2 years now in Canada (and 3 years prior to that in the US), and while the selection is a little more limited than the US offerings, quality has been good and they're getting better about adding new shows and movies on a really frequent basis. We also use unblock-us to watch US Netflix (it uses your existing account from Canada just fine), it's $5 a month but we've been using it for 3 months now and are really, really happy with it. Easy to set up, no slowdown, and the US still does have a better selection of shows and movies... however they lack the Canadian content, so we'll switch it off if we want to watch Dragon's Den or other Canadian stuff :)
    • vzx
      dragons den is interesting