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Movie and TV enthusiasts can save money while breaking away from traditional cable with Hulu’s Black Friday deal.
Through November 28, new and returning subscribers can get Hulu’s ad-supported plan $1.99 per month for the first 12 months. After that, the subscription automatically renews at the regular monthly price of $7.99, so you save 75 percent per month for your first year. Disney+ can be added to your subscription for an additional $2.99 per month, while other add-ons include HBO Max, Cinemax, Showtime, and Starz (additional fees apply).
Hulu’s ad-supported and ad-free plans give you access to thousands of movies and TV episodes, including the streamer’s own Emmy-nominated shows like The Handmaid’s Tale, Only kills in the building, The big, The dropout, Nine perfect strangers and Pam and Tommy. Other Hulu original series include Welcome to Chippendales, Fleishman is in trouble, The Kardashians, Ramy, Reasonable doubt, Tell me lies, Rosaline and The D’Amelio Show to name a few.
Subscriptions also allow you to watch popular TV shows such as Abbot Elementary School, Family man, The White Lotus, Bob’s burgers, Golden girls, General Hospital and more, while movie buffs of all ages can enjoy something in every genre, from holiday movies and kid-friendly titles to thrillers, horror and drama.
You can stream on your smart TV, laptop, phone, tablet and any other device that supports the Hulu app, and subscriptions allow you to create up to six user profiles. Subscribers can stream content to several screens at the same time, but only the ad-free plan allows you to download content to watch later. If you prefer to watch ad-free, Hulu’s ad-free plan costs $15 per month and includes a 30-day free trial; there’s also an annual billing option for the ad-free plan for $80 per year (or a 16 percent savings compared to the monthly price).
Other subscription options include Hulu with Live TV, which is $70 a month with ads or $76 ad-free, and comes with Disney+ and ESPN+. Those who don’t need live TV can consider several Disney bundle options ($10 to $20 per month), including Hulu with or without ads and ESPN+. It’s worth noting that starting Dec. 8, Disney+ is launching an ad-supported plan for $8 a month and an ad-free option for $11 a month or $110 a year, so now’s a good time to lock in on bundled annual rates before pricing. to rise.
Read more and sign up for Hulu before November 28 to get the appointment here.