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How to get more credits for — July 1, 2018

How to get more credits for

Yes, it’s nice that when someone signs up for an NBC Profile that one gets 3 free credits to watch locked content. Here’s how it describes this nice benefit for creating a new account:

From the FAQ page at (as of 7/01/18)—

What are the benefits of signing up for an NBC Profile?

When you sign up for an NBC profile, you’ll get the following benefits:

  • A seamless cross-device experience. Sign in and watch episodes and clips across all your devices.
  • Continue watching episodes and clips right where you left off.
  • Save your favorite shows and episodes.
  • Get 3 free credits to watch locked content.

Where can I use my NBC Profile?

Currently, your NBC profile is available on and the NBC App for:

Android Mobile
Amazon Fire Tablet
Amazon Fire TV

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But, after using up those 3 free credits, how does one go about getting more? That information is rather elusive.

Sure, it’s nice that once an episode is unlocked by a credit, it will remain unlocked for all devices. And, credits don’t expire. But, what if someone wants more credits?

This blog post investigates how to get more credits. When we find more info, we will post it here.

The FAQs about credits doesn’t reveal how to get more, yet.

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Other Ways to Watch NBC Online by Streaming

This article has good info—NBC Live Stream: How to Watch NBC Live Online Without Cable, listing the various options for getting access to NBC shows without a Cable TV provider per se.

One Way to Get More Credits

(Update 9/03/18) I asked nicely on Twitter and got an answer from @NBCSupport

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In a private direct message, I sent my email via DM and someone from their team said:

Hi there! Thanks for reaching out. Because you posted such a great tweet, we’ve added 10 more credits to your account. Happy watching!

Your mileage may vary. Thank you NBC!

For the record, also tried to contact NBC via their contact form. I did get an automated email from Zendesk. But I have not yet received any replies.


when and where to watch The Bible mini-series on History and Lifetime — March 3, 2013

when and where to watch The Bible mini-series on History and Lifetime

The Bible 10-hour mini-series premiered March 3rd, 2013, on The History Channel 8:00pm ET/PT & 7:00pm CT. It will also be shown during its 5 weeks run on Monday nights on Lifetime (8:00pm ET/PT & 7:00pm CT), and again on Wednesday nights on the History channel 9:00pm ET/PT & 8:00pm CT)

According to, show times are Sundays 8-10pm Eastern and Pacific – 7-9pm Central – 6-8pm Mountain

official website:

The Bible project advisors include:

Rick Warren – Pastor, Saddleback, Erwin McManus – Pastor, Mosaic, Jim Daly – Focus on the Family, Sam Rodriguez – National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, Paul Eshleman – Campus Crusade for Christ, Bobby Gruenewald – YouVersion Bible, Brad Lomenick – Catalyst, Leith Anderson – National Association of Evangelicals, Frank Wright – National Religious Broadcasters, Tom Peterson – Catholics Come Home, Geoff Tunnicliffe – World Evangelical Alliance, Gabe Lyons – Q, Luis Palau, George Wood – Assemblies of God, Craig Groeschel – Life Church, Denny Rydberg – Young Life, Andrew Benton – Pepperdine University

and, text to 313131 the word “Bible” to get updates by cell phone

[p.s. unfortunately, it was hard to find definitive info about showtimes, so I created this blog post to make it more search engine friendly]