Top 10 family accounts you can share with your roommates and save $$$
Posted on: January 4th, 2024 by Jen 1 Comment
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Enhance your home life while keeping costs low! These family accounts let you maintain individual profiles, all conveniently bundled into one affordable monthly plan. Need to move out or manage users? No worries – Many allow you to manage users on the account owner’s dashboard. Check out the monthly cost per person and discover potential savings of over $100 per month!”


1) Netflix ($15.49) : Netflix allows users to create multiple profiles within one account and is only allowed for users under one household. Want to take your profile with you when you’re ready to leave? No problem, you can transfer your profile to your own account and keep your history, recommendations, lists, settings, and more..

2) Amazon Prime ($14.99/mo or $139/year) : Amazon Prime’s benefits, including free shipping, streaming, and more, can often be shared within a household.

3) Spotify Family ($10.99/mo) : A family plan allows multiple household members to have their individual premium accounts under one payment. When you add others, the price goes up to $14.99 for 2 people and $16.99 for up to 6 people.

4) Apple Music Family ($10.99/mo):  Similar to Spotify, Apple Music also provides a family plan for multiple users in the same household. The price goes up to $16.99 for up to 5 people.

5) Disney+ Bundle ($7.99 or $9.99): Disney+ offers various household packages that includes Disney+ alone or bundled with Hulu and ESPN+, prices vary.

6) YouTube Premium Family ($13.99/mo) : A Family plan allows up to 5 people and you’ll each be able to have your own profile. The pricing really only makes sense when you are sharing with 3-5 people)

7) Duolingo ($9.99/mo): Why not learn a new language together! You can add each other as friends and high-five each other in the app!

8) Masterclass ($6/mo): Interested in learning from trade masters? You can get a monthly membership account starting at $6/mo and share with your housemates!

9) 24-hour fitness / LA Fitness ($39.99/mo): Add a plus 1 to your membership and bring a roommate to work out with you!

10) Costco ($5/mo): How about a monthly group shopping trip? You can have up to 2 members on one card. The main cardholder will be able to manage who the user is on the dashboard.


How much money would YOU save? What would you do with your savings? Let us know!

One Comments

  1. Jen says:

    I have $60 in these monthly subscriptions not including the gym and I would save about $45/mo if my house shared these accounts.

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