Hulu Cyber Monday Deal: Get A Year-Long Membership For $0.99 A Month
This is a great deal!
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Hulu is offering a fantastic discount on a year-long membership today: Get a year of Hulu for just $0.99 a month.
The usual monthly rate is $7.99, so that’s about 88 percent off the regular membership rate. In other words, you can get a year’s worth of Hulu access for about the price of one movie ticket.
Hulu started this promotion for Black Friday, and it ends at 11:59 p.m. (PST) on Cyber Monday. Don’t sit on this one!
To take advantage of this discounted membership, you have to be a new member or a returning member who has not been subscribed to the service for the past 12 months. This deal also only applies to Hulu’s “limited commercial” plan and not its “Hulu With Live TV” plan, which is $39.99 a month.
OTHER GREAT CYBER MONDAY DEALS:
- Buy 1 Pair Of Boots, Get 1 Free At Macy’s
- Kohl’s Bath Towels Are As Low As $2.39 (Regularly $10)
- American Girl: Up To 60% Off Mini Dolls, Accessories And Furniture Online
- You Can Buy Your Child A Dyson Toy Vacuum That Actually Works
- Build-A-Bear Has 40% Off All Furry Friends Online For Cyber Monday
Hulu offers access to tons of TV series from major networks, as well as movies, kids programming and original shows.
Need a new device for all your Hulu binge-watching? Amazon also has some awesome Cyber Monday deals, including a deal on this Toshiba 32-inch smart TV, on sale for $129.99, which is a savings of $50 off the regular price.
You can also score the 32-gig Fire HD10 tablet on sale for $50 off at the price of $99.99 (regularly $149.99).
This Fire 7 Kids Edition tablet is now just $69, a savings of $30. It features a kid-proof case, 7-inch display and has 16 GB of storage. It also comes with a 2-year guarantee, so Amazon will replace it for free if it breaks — no questions asked.
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