- 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 Nov. 29 at 11:59 PM PT.
There are actually quite a few streaming services offering big discounts during the Black Friday and Cyber Monday period this year. However, we think the best deal is the one offered by Disney for its US streaming service Hulu. From now on, you can buy 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, and during Black Friday in 2019 and 2020, the promo went up to $1.99 per month for a year. We suspect it will never be this low again.
Not only does Hulu offer thousands of movies and TV shows to stream, it also has original shows and movies like The Handmaid’s Tale. You can upgrade to Hulu Plus Live TV to get live channels, including your local stations.
To clarify, the deal is for the Hulu plan which normally costs $6.99 per month, with video ads. The Hulu 99 cent promotion is for new subscribers and 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 in a while. Oh, and there is no 30-day free trial with this promotion.
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So what do you get for your $11.88? Well, you get access to a lot of great current and classic TV shows, including many shows on ABC, Fox, and NBC whose new episodes are added to Hulu the day after they air. There are also many great movies in Hulu’s streaming library. Best of all, there are some great 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 November 29 11:59 pm PT (2:59 pm ET on November 30) to get this special 99 cent Hulu deal. Twelve months for less than $12 sounds like an offer most people wouldn’t refuse.