I just got a call from Netflix asking if I wanted to continue watching Netflix, and it was obvious the company was trying to be helpful.
After a few seconds of hesitation, I nodded and agreed to renew my Netflix membership for a year, and then two months.
I figured if I could just renew it for two years, I’d be okay.
The company’s representative was very helpful in that regard.
After that, Netflix never sent me a confirmation email.
I’m still a Netflix subscriber, but the company told me I was eligible for a free month if I followed Netflix’s “do not cancel” instructions, which is essentially, if I cancel my subscription, I’ll still get a free one the next time I renew.
Netflix has a few other offers on offer for renewal.
The first is that if you cancel Netflix and then try to renew it in two years—which is what I did—you’ll get a refund of the entire amount.
That’s great for me.
I know it’s not going to be a huge money-back guarantee, but it’ll be a bit of a cushion if I’m a little upset with Netflix over this.
Netflix also offered a free trial to anyone who tried to cancel their Netflix membership within 30 days of its end date, and they’ll also send you a free credit for any unused portion of your Netflix subscription after you’ve tried to renew for two consecutive years.
If you cancel your subscription within that window, you’ll also get a $25 credit for that month.
That’ll be nice, too.
Netflix offers some other good reasons to renew your Netflix membership after two years.
For one, if you miss out on a show, Netflix will let you pick up another one in the future.
You can also choose to keep your subscription for one year instead of the two that’s common for Netflix members.
And if you’ve recently added Netflix to your streaming plan, you may be eligible for another discount if you pay the same amount each month.
Netflix doesn’t make its pricing clear, but if you want to keep an extra month’s subscription, it’s a great deal.
Netflix is also giving free Netflix Premium to anyone in the US who uses the service, as well as the first 30 days for the free trial.
The deal is only valid for people in the United States, but those in other countries can use it as well.
Netflix isn’t making the deals available to everyone, though, so you’ll have to be an American to sign up.
The service will remain available to anyone until the end of June.
It’s unclear if you’ll be able to keep the two-year option, which lets you keep a Netflix membership while paying for movies and TV shows, or the free one you’ve got.
Netflix says it plans to expand its free trial and offer more discounts to people who have a Netflix subscription.
“We know this is a challenge for people, but we want to give our customers the best service and offer the best value for them,” said Netflix VP of Product Marketing and Consumer Relations Brian Rogers in a statement.