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Hulu is hoping its latest deal will drum up some new subscribers, just in time for the holidays. The online streaming site has dropped its subscription price to just $0.99/month as part of a Hulu Black Friday and Cyber Monday deal. The deal, which starts at midnight on Thanksgiving Day, gets you instant access to Hulu’s ad-supported plan for just $0.99 per month for an entire year. That works out to savings of about $72 for a 12-month subscription.
Regularly $6.99/ per month, Hulu’s ad-supported plan gets you unlimited access to a massive library of hit shows like Family Guy, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Snowfall, and The Bachelorette, plus Hulu Original series like Only Murders in The Building, Dopesick, The Great, and The Handmaid’s Tale.
The Hulu Black Friday deal starts at midnight on Thanksgiving Day (November 25) and runs through 11:59pm PT on Cyber Monday (November 29). Hulu’s Black Friday deal is open to both new and returning subscribers.
Hulu isn’t the only streaming service offering up Black Friday deals. Paramount+ is offering one month of free streaming with promo code PEAKSALE at ParamountPlus.com.
The deal gets you a free month of unlimited access to Paramount+, to stream Star Trek: Discovery, SpongeBob SquarePants, Mayor of Kingstown and more CBS hit shows and Paramount+ Originals. The Paramount+ Black Friday deal is live now and ends on November 29. See full details here.