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Tue, Nov 23, 2021 3:31 PM

Xfinity Free TV Week 2021

 

 

Starting Tuesday, November 23 through Monday, November 29, Xfinity customers will have access to a huge selection of premium content at no additional cost across X1, Flex, and Stream as part of Free TV Week. 

 

During Free TV Week, content from premium networks such as HBO Max, STARZ, and EPIX as well as streaming services like Prime Video and Peacock can be viewed by Xfinity customers with no strings attached. 

 

Here are just a few of the hit movies and shows available to enjoy as part of Free TV Week: HBO Max's Succession and Godzilla vs. Kong, STARZ's Power Book II: Ghost and Outlander, Peacock's Saved by the Bell, Prime Video's Season 1 of Hanna, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and Bosch. 

 

You don't have to do anything to start enjoying Free TV Week. Just say "Free TV Week" into your Voice Remote to get started, or watch now with the Xfinity Stream app. 

 

This year, Free TV Week is being presented by Xfinity Rewards. When customers join Xfinity Rewards, they can enjoy a mix of special perks, unique experiences and product benefits. Visit www.xfinity.com/rewards to learn more. 

 

 

 

 

Free TV Week is available to residential Xfinity TV or Xfinity Flex and Internet customers from 11/23/21 to 11/29/21.  Restrictions apply.  Not available in all areas. Peacock Premium has a $4.99/mo. value.  Activation required to access Peacock. Programming subject to change. Streaming content only available in the U.S. © 2021 Comcast.  All rights reserved.  All other copyrights and trademarks are the properties of their respective owners.
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MNtundraRET

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4.7K Messages

3 d ago

I only have Xfinity Cable service since I do not use Xfinity Internet.

You can get to Xfinity Stream on the Xfinity Site if you are signed on there.

Click on the "For You" on this listing of your channels.  Click on the Free Shows week.

You can watch using your computer on this link.

All Channels - Xfinity Stream

I just watched "Dune" there on HBO offerings.  Some shows may only be on certain days this week.

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2 Messages

3 d ago

Why is The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It only available in Spanish?  That is annoying for people who don't speak that language and it eon't let you change the audio options.  So frustrating!

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2 d ago

We have the flex box and when we go into the Amazon Prime section of "Free tv week" the only things we're able to access are "Bosch", "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" & "Hanna" but it shows that we're supposed to have access to "hundreds of movies and thousands of episodes and more". Am I missing something? I never saw anywhere that it's limited content, plus why would it only allow 3 shows to be watched? 

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4 Messages

2 d ago

Big let down!  Through the Free TV Week section I tried to watch Super Intelligence on HBO Max, but said “Can’t Verify Subscription”.  Could watch the trailer on HBO Max but not the movie.  Disappointing!!  

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5 Messages

2 d ago

People, DO NOT go directly to the HBO Max app on your Xfinity box! Say "Free TV Week" into your remote (or select the Xfinity button and select "Free TV Week), scroll down to "Free TV week networks," then select HBO Max and select your content from there. And Xfinity may have made a mistake....movies that are in the premiere month on HBO Max while they are in theatres generally are NOT available to persons that don't subscribe to the ad-free version of HBO Max. This may be why King Richard is not available.

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4 Messages

They should take the Max part off the HBO promotion.  Seems like if a movie or show is exclusively on HBO Max it can’t be accessed, so really it’s just free HBO.  Very misleading and really false advertisement!

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4 Messages

@M_Hudson_Jr

I was on the phone with comcast for more than 30 mins, half of it wait time, while the lady who helped me struggled to understand that all I wanted to know was whether the movie was available for free. When we finally managed that hurdle, I followed her instructions, went to on-demand, clicked on Free TV Week, then selected HBO Max, then selected the movie, and got the subscribe message. I followed your instructions and ended up on an HBO Max page that does not offer King Richard. They should have advertised this week as offering some movies and shows for free. But thanks for trying to help.

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4 Messages

2 d ago

I agree, this is a clear case of deceptive advertising -- King Richard is listed under free TV week/hbo max on the free tv pages on comcast on demand, is clearly the first movie listed among the free films, but when you try to watch it, you must sign up for hbo max ad-free, which is 14.99 a month. So annoying and Xfinity has conveniently neglected to mention that in its ads. Free TV Week with just HBO used to be a treat, now it's just another way to annoy the hell out of you on a holiday weekend. great way to alienate your customers, Xfinity.

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DoverPARon

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2 d ago

I think they need to fix the issues then give us all another week or true free tv! I have a flex unit, I logged into the FREE TV to several movies on Starz, it goes to an almost empty screen except for the time stamps, and shows a pause. We attempted this with several movies, and shows on Starz and all of them simply went to the screen just described. I even went so far as to call and they sent a reset signal to the flex unit and still after another hour we were not able to access anything on Free TV week Starz.?????

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2 Messages

1 d ago

I feel the frustration of all those below who also tried to watch some of the movies (like "King Richard") that are listed under the heading "Free TV Week is here! Watch for free through Nov 29" (see gvjones920 screenshot in the post below).  You cannot watch this movie for free on "Free TV week" and there is a seriously limited selection of movies that you can watch -not the promoted ones with the pictures.  Bad move Xfinity, a serious bait and switch.  I doubt your company needs even more negative consumer sentiment.

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4 Messages

Definitely weird Xfinity answered everything 11/23 but nothing since that first day.  Guess easiest way to avoid false advertising is to avoid it all together.  Super false advertising!!

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4 Messages

1 d ago

Considering how many people have posted complaints about the tricky Free TV Week set up/ads, Xfinity's failure to respond here is disappointing.

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