How many Game of Thrones episodes can you binge in 3 days? HBO is offering all its shows for FREE this weekend

Want to watch all of Game of Thrones for free? Silly question, right? Of course you do! For the next 72 hours, right up until Sunday, November 25 you’ll be able to watch every episode featuring Westeros’ finest up to Game of Thrones season 7 (opens in new tab), plus a whole bunch of other great shows thanks to a HBO Free Preview Weekend. Here’s how to tune in and get binging.

First things first, you’re going to need to be in the US for this offer (though there is a certain workaround for those elsewhere, more on that in a moment) and have access to one of the cable providers listed here via Free Preview TV (opens in new tab). The big boys, such as Comcast Xfinity and DirecTV are all there, so don’t sweat it.

Next, you’re going to want to head on over to your cable’s On Demand page. For Comcast and DirecTV, that’s Xfinity On Demand and DirectTV On Demand – which should be on channel 1000 – respectively. Even better, you can even log in on your phone or laptop and watch through your cable provider’s On Demand app. Just make your way over to the HBO section for a chance to watch Thrones, plus some of the latest TV shows and movies for absolutely nothing this weekend. Zip. Nada. There’s no catch.  

If you’re out of the country for Thanksgiving – or fancy getting a big slice of the HBO pie yourself – you can take one of our best VPNs for Netflix (opens in new tab), dial that bad boy up to a US server, and login with your relevant details. You must already have a cable deal sorted, though, to keep things above board. Sorry UK fans!

So, that’s that. Nice and simple. What’ll you be watching first?

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