With the arrival of Black Friday today, you’ll see Black Friday deals from retailers like Amazon and Best Buy on all sorts of electronics and gadgets. But that’s not all! There are also some killer deals available on some subscriptions too, like those for streaming services. If you’ve run out of content to watch and you’re bored of the selection on Netflix, then we have an offer that’s sure to interest you. You can get a Hulu subscription today for just $2 per month, making it a super cheap way to get access to a ton of new streaming content.
According to the Hulu website, the offer is for 12 months of streaming at $2 per month for the ad-supported tier of Hulu. Ads can be an annoyance, but for just a couple of bucks per month, we can’t be too mad about that. After the year is up, the price reverts to its regular $6 per month. Of course, if you really can’t bear ads and you have cash to spare, you could also shell out for the $12 per month no-ad tier. And if you want the full Hulu+ Live TV experience, with over 60 channels of live and on-demand content, you can try the package for $55 per month with the first week free.
The $2 per month option is the one we’d opt for though, as it’ll let you watch favorite shows like The Handmaid’s Tale, The Great, and Devs. Hulu says this offer only runs until November 30, 2020, at 11:59 p.m. PT, so if you want to take advantage of this great bargain then you’d better move fast.
More Black Friday deals available now
As well as picking up a new Hulu subscription, you could also treat yourself to a shiny new Roku device to watch Hulu on. Roku supports the Hulu app, making it easy for you to watch your new service on a great-looking new TV or using a streaming stick on your current TV. And there are a bunch of Roku devices and TVs on sale for Black Friday, with some of our favorite deals rounded up below. For the full list, check out our Black Friday Roku deals page or our Black Friday TV deals page:
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