Netflix Charges U.S. Users for Password Sharing—How Much?

American users must pay to share Stranger Things with non-household members.

Netflix stated on Tuesday that U.S. members using their account with someone outside the home will be charged $7.99 per month.

If your sibling or best friend wants to watch Eleven & Co. fight Vecna under your login and doesn't live with you, you'll have to pay.

The ad-supported, basic, standard, and premium Netflix plans cost $6.99, $9.99, $15.49, and $19.99, respectively.

The ordinary plan allows one extra member, while the premium plan allows two. 

The streamer's support page states that "ad-supported plans, partner packages, or third-party billed accounts" cannot add users.

Netflix previously issued a password sharing crackdown in Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, Argentina and the Dominican Republic beginning last August.

In January, the streamer expanded its crackdown to Canada, New Zealand, Portugal and Spain.