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It’s Cyber Monday deals week, and one of the best deals we’ve seen so far today is from Hulu.
Until November 26, new and lapsed subscribers (people who haven’t had an active Hulu account in over 12 months) can get a one year of Hulu for $0.99 per month.
This deal applies to Hulu’s Limited Commercials subscription, which means you’ll still need to watch some ads, but it’s a great deal considering the subscription usually costs $7.99 per month. You end up saving $84 over the course of a year.
Hulu is one of the highest profile video-streaming services, and sets itself apart from Netflix in one big way. In addition to carrying a wide catalog of classic shows (Seinfeld, The X-Files), exclusive shows (Handmaids Tale, I Love You, America), and movies (Akira, Transformers: The Last Night), Hulu also lets you watch new episodes of hit cable TV shows shortly after they air. Episodes of new shows are typically made available on Hulu the day after they air.
Hulu has over 150 currently airing shows in its catalog, and it includes everything from Blackish, to The Good Place, to Rick and Morty. If your favorite shows are currently airing on a major network or cable channel, chances are they’ll be available.
If you’ve been wanting to give Hulu a try, or you canceled your subscription over a year ago, don’t pass up this Cyber Monday deal. It’ll cost you less than a cup of coffee a month, and you’ll get cheap access to all of your favorite shows for an entire year.
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