Get ready to get your binge on! Popular streaming service Hulu has just reduced its monthly membership costs by 50% for new members.
A Hulu membership with ads generally costs $5.99 a month, but from now through Sept. 3, new users can sign up and pay just $2.99 a month for this same membership for six months.
After the six months are up, the price will return to $5.99 per month.
So, whether you love “The Handmaid’s Tale,” “Seinfeld” or “Ramy,” you can now enjoy all the awesome offerings on the streaming service for just a few dollars a month.
If you opt to use Hulu without ads, you will continue paying $11.99 a month, but currently, most Hulu users are using the ad-supported option, so this price reduction is big news.
About 70% of Hulu’s 82 million users opt for the Hulu membership with ads, so you could consider saving money by signing up for a new membership at this reduced rate.
Of course, you will have to cancel your current membership and set up a fresh account, which will take some time and will mean losing your Watch History and any personalized suggestions based on your viewing history.
But if you want to save a few bucks every month, this might be worth considering.
If you’re a college student, there is a way you can get Hulu (with ads) completely free! If you sign up for the student plan with Spotify, you will also receive access to Hulu’s ad-supported plan as well as Showtime’s streaming service.
With the student plan, you’ll get three months of Spotify free upon signing up, and after three months, you’ll pay $4.99 a month. The Spotify membership includes ad-free access to all of your favorite artists, with unlimited skips and the ability to download music so you can listen to your tunes whether you have access to the internet or not.
Enjoying your favorite music and shows has never been easier … or more affordable!
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