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Get Hulu for 99 cents a month for a year (No, that's not a typo)
- You can currently get Hulu for 99 cents a month for a year.
- This Black Friday/Cyber Monday deal is for new subscribers and eligible old customers.
- The special promo ends at 11:59 PM PT on November 29.
There are actually quite a few streaming services that are offering big discounts during the Black Friday and Cyber Monday time period this year. However, we think the best deal is the one being offered by Disney for its US-only streaming service Hulu. Starting now, you can snap up Hulu for a year for just 99 cents a month.
This offer is the lowest for Hulu in three years. It previously had the same 99 cent promo deal in 2018, then during Black Friday in 2019 and 2020 the promo went up to $1.99 a month for a year. We suspect it may never be this low again.
Just for clarification, the deal is for the Hulu subscription plan that is normally $6.99 a month, with video ads. The Hulu 99 cents promotion is for new subscribers along with eligible returning users. So this deal is for you if you’ve never signed up for the service before or if you haven’t had an active subscription for a while. Oh, and there’s no 30-day free trial with this promotion.
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So what do you get for your $11.88? Well, you gain access to a lot of great current and classic TV shows, including many shows on ABC, Fox, and NBC that have their new episodes added to Hulu the day after they are broadcast. There are also lots of great movies in Hulu’s streaming library as well. Best of all, there are some terrific movies and shows that are exclusive to Hulu. That includes the Emmy-winning drama The Handmaid’s Tale, the recent dramedy hit Only Murders In The Building, and other great originals like, well, The Great, for example.
You have until 11:59 PM PT on November 29 (2:59 AM ET on November 30) to get this special Hulu 99 cents deal. Twelve months for less than $12 sounds like an offer most people wouldn’t refuse.