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Act fast — lifetime Plex Pass for $89 is going away in a few hours

Plex is the best way to manage and stream your local media collection, and the best part about the service is that you can access your media library remotely. Plex does a lot of things right; it catalogs your media, adds metadata and trailers, and gives you detailed statistics. The service itself is free to use, but there's a Plex Pass tier that unlocks a whole host of features, including live TV shows, DVR, the ability to download shows and movies on your phone, hardware transcoding, and a music player that's designed for lossless music.

Plex Pass costs $4.99 per month, $39.99 annually, and there's a one-time option called the lifetime pass that goes for $120. For Cyber Monday, Plex is offering 25% off the lifetime pass with code LIFETIMEOFCOMFORT, bringing the cost down to $89. That's a fantastic deal for what is arguably one of the best media managers out there.

Now, there's a workaround to get the price of the lifetime Plex Pass further down. Just switch the country when making the payment to Brazil, and you'll see the lifetime pass go down to BRL375 — that comes out to the equivalent of $67, nearly half off the usual cost of a lifetime pass. Considering this workaround was closed a few days into the deal last year, I cannot guarantee it will last, so act fast if you're interested.

Save 25% on lifetime Plex Pass

Plex Pass lifetime

$89 at Plex

Use code LIFETIMEOFCOMFORT to get 25% off the lifetime Plex Pass. The service lets you effortlessly manage your local media and music collection, and you can stream the content on just about every platform available.

Plex Pass also adds the ability to back up photos and videos from your phone to your home server, and you can also share your Plex library with friends and family should you wish to do so. If you're already using Plex and want the missing features, Plex Pass is a no-brainer — particularly for under $100. The deal is valid through Nov. 29, so if you're interested, head on over to Plex to pick up this deal.



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