You’ve probably heard that buying an anime Blu-ray is $100+ and can take you several months to find, but a new study shows you can buy it in minutes.
The study was led by Dr. Jason Cramer, an assistant professor at Cornell University.
He and his team looked at the prices of some of the biggest titles available on streaming sites such as Amazon, Hulu Plus, Netflix, and Netflix Plus, which offer a range of movies and TV shows for a monthly fee.
They looked at how many people in the United States bought those shows, what kinds of streaming services they used, and the amount of money they paid.
The results were startling: The average streaming price of the top 10 titles was $11.65 per month.
That’s almost double the average monthly Netflix fee.
In fact, Amazon alone had a monthly streaming price above $50.
That means, on average, a person would spend more than $3,500 on a single episode of a TV show that they could watch for free on the service.
That figure includes both Amazon Prime members and the annual subscription to Netflix Plus.
That’s a lot of money, especially when you consider that people can easily get a cheaper, but more expensive, streaming service.
Netflix and Hulu Plus both have a free trial period.
But Amazon Prime’s trial is only available in select markets.
For a $7.99 per month subscription, that means a total of $12.60 per month, according to Netflix’s data.
For $9.99, that’s $20.20 per month in total.
The cheapest Netflix service costs just $3.99 a month.
That same $7 per month is the cheapest the average person could spend on a streaming TV show, according the study.
The study estimated that, if they were to spend that amount on the TV shows they watched in their free trial, that person would save an average of $14.00.
The average Netflix service would cost about $18.70 a month in the U.S. That amount includes $5.00 to buy the episodes individually.
Netflix Plus subscribers who subscribed for a free year and $12,500 in the future would save about $8,200 per year.
But that’s only $5,500 per year, according Cramer’s study.
That doesn’t include the $10,000 per year in additional Netflix Plus membership fees, which are tied to your Netflix account and are paid by your cable company.
Netflix Plus members would save $12 a year for their entire subscription.
And that’s just the cost of watching a show on a TV, according a typical Amazon Prime subscription.
Amazon Prime costs $99 a year, which means a $3 per month membership would cost $34.80 a year.
Netflix subscribers would save more than that, saving $31.50 a year per year per person.
Netflix also offers a free three-day trial of the service, which would be $6.99 for Prime members.
So, a $6-a-year subscription would save the average individual $14,800 a year in their lifetime.
The study also shows that people pay more for TV content when they use Netflix than they do for other video streaming services.
They are also less likely to pay for a streaming service if they have cable or satellite TV.
For example, those with a household of four people would pay an average $7,500 a year to watch a Netflix-plus show.
But for a household with one person, that would be an average saving of $8.70 per year if they could just get a streaming subscription.
The researchers also looked at other streaming services and found that the average amount people spend per month for streaming TV shows and movies is much higher than that for streaming movies and music.
Netflix, for example, currently charges $9 a month for its streaming TV service.
The same company charges $4.99 to watch an episode of an animated show.
The difference is that for each $1 that people spend, they save $1.99.