Plex Lifetime Pass For $90 With Promo Code FUZZYFRIDAY

Update 11/20/23: Deal is back with promo code FUZZYFRIDAY

Update 11/19/22: Deal is back with promo code FANFRIDAY22.

Update 11/23/21: Deal is back with promo code LIFETIMEOFCOMFORT. Not sure if the Brazil trick works this year or not.

Update 11/26/20: Can actually get it for $70 when using this trick. Hat tip to IS250

The Offer

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  • Plex is offering a lifetime pass for $90. Must use promo code FANFRIDAY22

The Fine Print

  • This will only work for new users

Our Verdict

This has been as low as $74.99 in the past. You can view the difference between free and paid here. Plex is basically a media server solution, make sure to check the features to see if you actually need the paid version or not.

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SKL (@guest_1740989)
November 20, 2023 22:25

No atmos support on Apple TV

Luke (@guest_1740568)
November 20, 2023 15:14

I really don’t get what this Plex offers that you can’t get elsewhere. What am I missing?

Jack (@guest_1740635)
November 20, 2023 16:33

The ability to stream content from your own network after the streaming platforms inevitably remove something that you wanted to watch (again).

John (@guest_1741100)
November 21, 2023 00:16

You mean like VLC?

PK (@guest_1740674)
November 20, 2023 17:08

A lot. As long as you have videos in a supported format you can watch them with a streaming service like user interface, both locally on your internal network and externally if you enable that option. All for free.

So you have some video files, including movies in a folder on a hard drive. You install the plex media server software, create a free plex account, add folders to the server, it processes the video files and does quite well at pulling meta data from the cloud with information like movie box imagery, the cast list, and where you can watch the movie, including your personal folder(s) with the video files. I can start playing a movie downstairs, go upstairs to my bedroom and resume where I left off…all for free. You can also share your library with friends/family effectively creating your own personal in house “netflix.” I’d caution a lot of research before you start changing settings to allow the outside world to access your movies.

The big benefit of the paid version is if you want to do multiple streams especially higher bitrate higher resolution files, the paid version lets you “transcode” the files using graphics cards or embedded video on certain processors, which provides more processing power.

Try the free software and see if you like it.

Credit-Maneuvers (@guest_1740695)
November 20, 2023 17:41

Ha!… With the decision to stop making DVDs, eventually CDs, and/or Blue R DISKS, or all subsequent ‘iskssszzzzzzzz by all big MONEY-maker houses, this seems like a good deal. Imagine having your own bank at home (like you did when buying playable formats at the stores -people still rent spaces to store things). Today, you pay rent (to access formats everywhere -music, radio, movies, etc) Your own library will be benefitial. –Eventually, everything will be saved on a fingernail chip for easy access, but for now, this will do!….. Image 50 years from now!

Chad Jones
Chad Jones (@guest_1740832)
November 20, 2023 19:31

You’re running a media server off of an always on laptop/desktop/server connected to an enormous hard drive loaded with pirated pristine 4K Dolby Vision movies and TV shows and want to be able to serve that up on your laptops, big-ass OLED TVs, phones and tablets wherever. You don’t want to pony up for streaming with limited availability, ongoing costs and compression even on a high bandwidth connection.

That’s the use case. If that’s not you then Plex really isn’t for you and you really will struggle to see value from it.

Brendan (@guest_1491996)
November 20, 2022 02:02

Still waiting for ATSC 3.0 support

Parkerthon (@guest_1287812)
November 23, 2021 12:40

Plex is overall excellent. Been through a lot. Use Apple Tv 4ks all over our house(6 total). Have migrated servers multiple times, have 4k transcoding on a nvidia quatro now. It has its weak points though and it never gets to a truly perfect point. The clients in particular are definitely hit and miss. Fortunately there’s alternative clients. I use fuse on apple tv. Costs some additional money though. But I figure I don’t pay a dime for anything else content wise so it’s okay.

Dave (@guest_1287780)
November 23, 2021 11:52

Does their FireTV app still suck? (if you get it working at all…)
They were kind to refund my lifetime pass last year, yet also
said they they don’t usually give refunds. Buyer beware guys..

pizza (@guest_1492023)
November 20, 2022 04:10

Plex works fine on any device I’ve tested it on. Must be user error.

Katie P
Katie P (@guest_1740562)
November 20, 2023 15:09

I use Plex on my Firestick every day, never had a problem.

Scott (@guest_1287744)
November 23, 2021 10:50

I prefer jellyfin personally, it’s opensource and free.

dk (@guest_1098808)
November 27, 2020 10:10

Couldn’t make the Brazil trick work. Love plex tho.

AK907 (@guest_1099207)
November 27, 2020 22:12

Pay via CC, not PayPal and it works.

Phycodes (@guest_1287887)
November 23, 2021 14:50

Both methods said credit card/paypal country did not match the country paying in. With VPN, incognito, etc.

jpv (@guest_1098669)
November 26, 2020 23:29

Any of you have any luck using the Plex DVR functionality while it’s show is running?
(I’m on newest Shield).

IS250 (@guest_1098159)
November 26, 2020 08:13

 William Charles Can get it down to $70 by using the same promo code but using ‘Brazi’ as the country. Use a no FTF card. Confirmed it worked for me.


Chucks (@guest_1096749)
November 24, 2020 09:05

I use free plex but don’t see a reason for the added features. Also the software’s been junk and there’s a lot of outstanding issues affecting stability developers don’t seem to care about

Other Kevin
Other Kevin (@guest_1287728)
November 23, 2021 10:13

This is where I’m at, I have seen no useful development or addressing of longstanding issues and bugs for years. They sure managed to shove Tidal down everyone’s throats, though.

Danny (@guest_1287875)
November 23, 2021 14:36

It’s definitely buggy but for free, I can’t complain. That being said, I’m not that tempted to buy this either