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How to watch WWE events without PPV fees

WWE Network is now available on Peacock! With a Peacock Premium subscription, you can stream every WWE pay-per-view event live at no additional cost, plus binge-watch the massive collection of on-demand content like every episode of Raw and Smackdown. Premium plans at Peacock start at just $4.99 per month.

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Even though the WWE Network streaming service is officially closed, wrestling fans haven't been left without a way to watch the latest WWE pay-per-view events and all the excellent content found within the WWE archives. In fact, it's even more affordable to watch now that WWE Network has merged onto NBC's Peacock streaming service. As of March 18, 2021, Peacock subscribers have access to watch every upcoming pay-per-view event live, as well as a huge collection of WWE content to watch on demand at any time.

You can stream all of WWE Network's content, including live pay-per-view events like Wrestlemania and SummerSlam, with a Peacock Premium membership for just $4.99 per month. The Peacock Premium Plus tier at $9.99 offers all the same content but commercial-free and includes the ability to watch select titles while offline.

Through April 9, new subscribers can sign up for a Peacock Premium subscription at 50% off, scoring yourself four months of access for only $9.99! This deal is like paying just $2.50 monthly for your membership, though you may need to enter promo code PEACOCKMANIA to snag the discount if it's not appearing automatically.

WWE Network on Peacock

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WWE Network is now on Peacock! New subscribers who join the streaming service today can score four months of service for only $10; that's like paying just $2.50 per month and marks the best deal on Peacock yet!

What's on WWE Network?

If you're a WWE fan, you need a Peacock Premium subscription. The WWE Network section on NBC's streaming service lets you stream every WWE, WCW, and ECW pay-per-view event in history, as well as all upcoming live WWE pay-per-view events like Wrestlemania, Royal Rumble, and SummerSlam.

Peacock Premium subscribers also have access to thousands of hours of on-demand programming, such as every episode of Raw and Smackdown, with the ability to watch current episodes 30 days after they air. Meanwhile, the service also includes every episode of NXT with full episodes available to stream the very next day after airing live. As a Peacock Premium member, there's a huge selection of non-WWE related content to watch so other members of the family can have something new to stream, too.

Select on-demand content can even be streamed with a free account at Peacock.

What else can you watch on Peacock?

Peacock isn't just the home of The Office and WWE Network. With a Premium subscription, you'll be able to watch tons of hit movies and stream exclusive original series, live sports, and more. From films like I Am Legend, The Breakfast Club, and Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone to complete series of shows like Friday Night Lights, Parenthood, and Downton Abbey, it's hard to run out of new material to watch at Peacock. New episodes of NBC shows like Saturday Night Live, Mr. Mayor, and Young Rock can be streamed as well!

How much does Peacock Premium cost?

Peacock's Premium subscriptions start at just $4.99 per month! Once you've created your free account, you can upgrade to a paid membership (or downgrade) at any time. The Peacock Premium tier is just $4.99 per month and unlocks everything there is to stream on the service, including WWE Network and live pay-per-view events. However, this tier does not eliminate commercials from the content you watch.

If you're looking for an ad-free tier, you'll have to move up to Peacock's Premium Plus plan for $9.99 per month. This plan includes the same content as Peacock Premium — but without commercials. With Premium Plus, select content is also available to download for offline viewing.

Start a free 7-day trial of Peacock Premium today to get a quick look at what's available before becoming a paying member of the service. You can start your free 7-day Premium trial on the Peacock homepage before creating a free account, or via the account settings section after creating your free account.

How can I get WWE Network for free?

Now that WWE Network is on Peacock, you can start a free 7-day trial of Peacock Premium to gain access to WWE Network as well as all the TV shows and movies on the service.

Peacock does have a free tier that lets you watch some shows and films without paying anything at all, though you won't be able to watch all that's available from WWE Network without a paid membership. Luckily, the trial gives you an entire week to stream WWE Network for free before you'll need to pay for a subscription.


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WWE Network is now on Peacock! Start a free 7-day trial of Peacock Premium to stream thousands of hours of WWE content on-demand. Peacock Premium even lets you stream WWE pay-per-view events live with your membership.

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