Black Friday discounts on streaming services may not seem impressive next to huge deals fancy gadgets, but it’s a clever way to put dozens of dollars you would have spent back in your pocket. We’ve highlighted several such deals in our roundup, which contains attractive subscription discounts for HBO Max, Disney Plus, Paramount Plus, and more. One particularly good deal is on Hulu’s ad-supported plan.
The service normally costs $7.99 per month, which per year amounts to $95.88. But through November 28th (Cyber Monday) at 11:59PM PT you can get the entire year for just $24. This deal is available to new and previous Hulu subscribers, with the only caveat for previous members being that you canceled at least one month ago.
Until November 28th at 11:59PM PT, new and returning subscribers can get a year of the ad-supported version of Hulu for $23.88, which works out to $1.99 a month. That’s a steep discount over the normal price for Hulu with ads, which is $7.99 per month or $79.99 per year.
Hulu is a great streaming service for both movies and TV shows. It’s where you can watch original programming like The Handmaid’s Tale, The Dropout, Ramy, and Only Murders in the Building. Personally, Hulu has been a service that I have switched on and off throughout the years, but I’ve recently been finding more reasons to leave it on. It’s where I can watch the latest episodes of Abbott Elementary, and Atlanta, and catch movies like Prey.