10 Services Offering Free Promotions During Coronavirus

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There’s no denying that thanks to the novel Coronavirus, life looks drastically different than it did a couple of months, even a couple of weeks, ago. Now even the most mundane things, like going to the grocery store, have become a substantial outing. As more and more people are confined to their homes in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19, companies are offering all kinds of free services to make your quarantine just a little more enjoyable. So whether you’re looking for an at-home workout to get you moving, a way to add a new skill to your resume, or just the perfect way to relax, these free promotions will help you make the best of a bad situation. 

A Little R&R

Because who doesn’t need some rest and relaxation amidst these unprecedented times. We’re all stuck inside, and we all need something to do. Luckily, there is no shortage of entertainment options. Rewatch some old favorites or explore some new options with these free offers from streaming services. 

Free HBO

Starting on April 3rd, HBO will offer 500 hours of movies, TV shows, and documentaries for free. This limited-time offer includes hits like The Sopranos and The Case Against Adnan Syed. Simply download the HBO Go and HBO Now apps or visit HBONOW.com or HBOGO.com, and find your free offers under the headline #StayAtHomeBoxOffice.

Sling TV

Similarly to HBO, Sling is giving users the opportunity to watch selected content for free. You can watch TV shows, movies, and even live news. Just visit their website here to start your free entertainment experience. 

Amazon Kindle

For those who prefer a literary escape, Amazon Kindle is offering free, unlimited reading and listening on any device for the next two months. There are more than a million free titles in this library, so you’ll be sure to find something you love. Check out the offer on Amazon.com

Keep The Creative Juices Flowing

Unleash your inner artist, hone existing skills, or simply experience something new with these free services. Splash some creativity into your daily quarantine routine by starting a DIY project or listening to an operatic performance. It’s a sure way to disrupt the norm and have some fun in the process.    

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The Met

Like most live venues, the Met canceled all of their upcoming shows. However, thanks to their free streaming offer, you can still experience the magic of the arts in your own home. Every night, they’ll be live-streaming an incredible performance. Just head over to their website, click play, and sit back & enjoy the music. 


From now through April 30th, Nikon is offering free online photography classes. In their mission to empower creators during these troubles times, the Nikon School Online is offering free courses for everyone from the camera newbie to the polished expert. 

The Know-How Series

You can also use this time to revamp your creative brand. And whether it be for a small business, a freelancing brand, or just a personal page, The Know- How Series is now offering free courses on things like Instagram branding and creative writing. You’ll come out the other side with additional knowledge and a fresh new perspective. 

Mind & Body

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And, while sinking into the couch and enjoying a good ole, healthy binge-watching session is a great way to pass the time, you should probably exercise your mind and body every now and again. A few minutes of guided meditation, a good workout, or even a free online course will leave you feeling productive and refreshed. And, for those dealing with anxiety issues, the structure of a workout routine or education course can help make things feel more normal. 

Planet Fitness

While going to the gym might have seemed like a chore at one point, it would be a luxury now. Luckily several different gyms are offering social distancing-safe alternatives to your traditional gym time. Every night, Planet Fitness is live streaming at-home workouts on their Facebook at 7 pm EST. You can even set a reminder to make sure that you don’t miss it. 


Similarly to Planet Fitness, OrangeTheory is providing those of us trapped at home with alternative workout options. They’ve adapted the equipment to easily be replaced with household items, like water bottles, so anyone can join in. Visit their YouTube page to find several different at-home workouts, with new ones being added daily.  

Aura- Meditation App

We’ve taken care of the body, and now it’s time to take care of the mind. The meditation app, Aura, is offering three free months of guided meditation with the code FINDPEACE2020. And, who couldn’t use a few minutes of mindful meditation during these difficult days?

A Little Something for You & Them

With so many people feeling the effects of coronavirus, helping out can feel like an overwhelming task. Do something simple and start by supporting small local businesses. Ordering pickup or delivery is a great way to treat yourself and help support your community. Many restaurants are offering special pricing or free delivery so keep an eye out for these free offers.  

Uber Eats

In response to the challenges that Coronavirus has created for local restaurants, UBER EATS has announced that they will be waiving delivery fees for all individually owned restaurants. Take advantage of this offer, treat yourself, and help support a small business.


Grubhub is offering similar promotions on food delivery during the lockdowns. You can get deals of free delivery on orders of $30+ along with specials for free delivery from certain local restaurants. Check your area for availability. Grubhub is also suspending payment fees for restaurants. On top of this, they are working to support drivers with paid sick leave and PPE supplies. So this is yet another option where you can save money and help the restaurants!

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