How to still Play Netflix Movies after 30-day free trial

Written by Ashley Rowell
Last updated Apr 18, 2024 / Category: Howto & Guides

As we all know that Netflix offers a free month of service for eligible customers. During the free trial period, users can sign up and get the access to the entire Netflix catalog of TV shows and movies.

In the following we will show you the detailed steps to sign up for 30-Day free trial on Netflix. After you subscribe your free trial 30 day plan, you can freely play and watch movies, TV shows and documentaries, even download these videos offline. After your free trial 30 days, all the videos on the Netflix you can't play any more including the downloaded ones because of the Netflix protections.

Is there any solution to still play these Netflix videos after 30 days. The article will tell you the answer.

Even Netflix has built-in download feature. When you stop the free trial, all the downloaded videos can't be played as well. We have to look for the other methods. Kigo Netflix Downloader comes to help you solve the problem.

Kigo Netflix Downloader helps users backup Netflix videos including movies, TV shows and documentaries and download to MP4 format with the subtitle and audio track kept. (Please make sure that you are able to play Netflix videos normally when you use Kigo Netflix Downloader. In other words, you are still in the subscription period.)

Netflix Video Downloader
  • Support downloading movies, TV shows and original series in MP4 or MKV.
  • All and some the audio tracks and subtitles will be kept.
  • Download up to 1080p HD videos.
  • Support H.265 and H.264.
  • Fast speed and easy to operate.

Step 1 After downloading the lastes version and installing Netflix Downloader, copy video URL or search videos to download.

If you have the Netflix videos' url you want to download, just copy and paste them to download. You can also search the videos to download.

Step 2 Click the Download button.

After you find the videos, click the Download button.

Search Netflix Videos

If this is your first try, you need to login with your Netflix account to go on downloading.

Login Netflix

After you login with your Netflix account, choose the video or TV shows to download.

Add Netflix Videos

Step 3 Start downloading.

When the downloading is completed, you can click on Library to find the downloaded.

How to Sign Up for your 30-Day Free Trial on Netflix

Step 1 Go to

Netflix 30 days free trial

Step 2 Input your email address and click "TRY 30 DAYS FREE".

Choose Netflix Plan

Step 3 Click "SEE THE PLANS" to choose one streaming Netflix Plan for you and click "CONTINUE" to go to the next step.

Choose Netflix Plan and Continue

Step 4Enter a password for your Netflix account. (The email address must be the first time used with Netflix.)

Create Account with Email

Step 5Select one payment method as you like, and enter your name and billing information, then select START MEMBERSHIP.

Choose a Payment Method

How to Cancel your Netflix Trial / Subscription

Please make sure that if you don't want to pay for the next time, just follow the next steps to cancel before the subscription period aborted.

  1. Sign in to Netflix.
  2. Click the down arrow at the top right of the page, next to your profile name.
  3. Select the Account section.
  4. Under Membership and billing, click the gray Cancel membership box.
  5. Click Finish cancellation to confirm you want to cancel.


With Netflix Downloader, you can easily backup and save the Netflix videos during your free trial period, so you can still play and enjoy these downloaded video freely as you like even you don't subscribe Netflix in the following.

Ashley Rowell
Ashley Rowell
Staff Writer

Ashley Rowell, a senior staff writer, is an expert in video and audio subjects, specializing in streaming video and audio conversion, downloading, and editing. She has a deep understanding of the video/audio settings for various devices and platforms such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney Plus, Hulu, YouTube, etc, allowing for customized media files to meet your specific needs.

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