This weekend is full of Black Friday offers online and in stores and or this weekend only you can get Hulu for just 99 cents a month. That means you will only pay $11.88 for your first years of service which would normally cost $95.88. Yup. Hulu is offering a full year subscription for $95 off which is a crazy good deal. But you will want to act quickly as this deal ends at 11:59 PST on Monday, November 26th.
Hulu allows you to watch tons of the latest shows from various TV networks the day after they air live. It also includes a collection of classic TV shows as well as movies from major studios. You can create individual user accounts for your entire family, including a kids profile for your young ones. Of course, Hulu is available on virtually every streaming set-top box, stick, or smart tv as well as your computer, mobile device via an app or browser.
This Hulu Black Friday deal only covers the entry-level $7.99 subscription level which does include ads. Hulu also offers a premium commercial-free plan for $11.99/month as well as its OTT streaming Hulu Live service starting at $39.99/month.
The Hulu discount is only available for new and eligible returning subscribers. Not sure if you’re an “eligible” returning subscriber? This is the fine print according to Hulu:
Offer valid for new subscribers and eligible returning subscribers (who have not been Hulu subscribers in the past 12 months) only. Not combinable with any free trial of the Limited Commercials plan or any other promotional offers or pricing.
Whether you are a cord cutter or just want an easy way to binge your favorite network TV shows, this is an incredible offer. If you are looking for something to watch Hulu on, check out Steve’s review of the Vizio 65″ P-Series Quantum 4K TV. You can get a Roku Ultra 4K box for only $50 on Amazon this weekend. It is the 2018 model the company announced earlier this year which includes a pair of JBL headphones for the remote. And speaking of getting rid of traditional cable and online streaming entertainment, check out our archive of cord-cutting articles.