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Hulu is offering service for just $1.99 per month for 12 months. This could make for a great use of a Digital Entertainment Credit for those with an Amex Platinum card. I could see this being particularly useful for those who already use a couple of services that don’t use the entire $20 credit .
- Hulu is offering a Black Friday deal of $1.99 per month for a year of Hulu (with ads).
- Direct link to this deal
- Offer for Hulu (With Ads) plan only:$1.99/month for 12 months, then auto-renews at $7.99/month or then-current regular monthly price.
- Ends 11:59 PM PST on 11/28/22.
- Cancel anytime, effective at the end of your billing period.
- No refunds or credits for partial months.
- Offer valid for new and eligible returning subscribers (who have not been Hulu subscribers in the past 1 month) only.
- Not combinable with any free trial of the Hulu (With Ads) plan or any other promotional offers or pricing (including the Disney Bundle)
- Not redeemable via gift card.
- Any plan switch after redemption of this offer will result in forfeiture of the discount pricing.
As noted at the top, I see this offer being most useful for those who use a majority (but not all of) their monthly Digital Entertainment Credit. Unfortunately, as per the terms, I don’t think it’s possible to add the Disney Bundle to this or upgrade to a plan with no commercials as it says that any plan switch after redemption will result in forfeiture of the discount pricing. I therefore think this will mostly appeal to those who might add Hulu as a “kind of nice thing to have”.
Personally, I already get Netflix from T-Mobile and I’d subscribe to Amazon Prime with or without their video content and we have a free year of Paramount+ from T-Mobile and could add a free year of Apple TV (but haven’t) and I just don’t get much of a chance to watch any of them these days, so I probably won’t bother with Hulu here mostly to avoid having to remember to cancel it when the promotional pricing ends. If I were going to get Hulu, I’d probably make it the primary use of my Digital Entertainment credit in order to make it part of a Disney Bundle, but that would require paying full price.
That said, I could see this maybe being appealing even as a holiday gift, particularly for those who will get the cost rebated. Just be sure to set a reminder for when the price goes up.
H/T: Frequent Miler Insiders Facebook group.