Lifetime Plex Pass is down to $78 right now — but you'll need this promo code!

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Plex is a streaming service that allows you to stream local content from your media library to devices in your home. Plex has a free version, but if you pay for a Plex Pass, you get access to several features, including the option to download content to your tablet or phone for offline viewing, recording liv TV broadcasts, sharing libraries, and more.

Usually, a Plex Pass costs $4.99 per month or $39.99 annually. If you prefer to pay just once, you can grab a lifetime Plex Pass, which normally costs $120. Right now, you can get 20 percent off a lifetime Plex Pass subscription by using the promo code SEEYA2020. That discount brings its cost down to $96, but you can save even more using a workaround. If you change the country in the credit card payment window to Brazil, it brings the cost down to BRL399, which is just $78. The promo deal is only valid until 11:59am PT on December 18, so make sure to sign up now at Plex before the deal ends.

If you pay for a Plex Pass, you can use the mobile sync feature, which allows you to download TV shows and movies onto your devices, including phones and tablets. You can also automatically upload photos and videos from your phone to your home server. If you have a NAS for Plex, you can store your videos and images directly on the storage device.

One of the best features that comes with a Plex Pass is the ability to record live TV broadcasts using a digital TV tuner.

Remeber, the deal only lasts for 48 hours and ends at 11:59 am PT on December 18. If you're a Plex user and want the additional features, sign up for a lifetime Plex Pass for just $78 using promo code SEEYA2020 and changing the region to Brazil.

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