[Expired] Hulu: $1.99 A Month For 12 Months (Ad Supported) – New & Returning Customers (Now Live)

The Offer

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  • Hulu is offering new and returning customers $1.99 a month for 12 months

The Fine Print

  • Offer for Hulu (ad-supported) plan only: $1.99/month for 12 months, then $5.99/month.
  • New and eligible returning subscribers only.

Our Verdict

This enrolls you in auto billing, so remember to cancel just before the 12 months is up otherwise you will be charged the $5.99 per month. Same deal was made available last year as well.  You can try going through a portal as well, clicking through won’t show this offer but you should be able to click back to the homepage to see it and then hope it tracks.

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Jags
Jags

FYI I cancelled and was offered the following retention offer others mentioned here: 1 free month and 12 months of $1.99/mo. I got the free month but my rate changed to $5.99. I chatted this morning and was told that was a mistake but they’re “looking into a solution”. They gave me an extra free month for the hassle. I just pushed out my reminder to February 1 to cancel if the solution isn’t $1.99/mo for 12 months.

Hulu Manager
Hulu Manager

Get it soon!

5150d
5150d

Best Buy has HULU gift cards $100 and you get $15 BB gift card. Also AmEx BB deal.

techboy
techboy

This offer excludes gift cards, which I found out the hard way after I bought a 25 dollar gift card from Fluz during the Amex credit thing.

Amy
Amy

You can’t activate the offer using a gift card, but you can still use one. After signing up/reupping your subscription, enter your gift card into your account so the remaining 11 charges will use its balance.

Superman
Superman

Some parts of CA, CO, FL, IL, IN, MO, NV, OH, PA & TX may misclassify Hulu as carnivals, concerts, or utility companies to generate taxes while pending litigation determines if such taxes violate the Internet Tax Freedom Act’s ban on multiple or discriminatory taxes on electronic commerce. Proposition 126, the Protect Arizona Taxpayers Act, bans taxing Hulu subscriptions, gym memberships, etc. Paying with discounted gift cards or prepaid visas makes changing zip codes a simple task. sparkle pony and others (such as out-of-state college students who moved home during campus closures) may find it advantageous to register their secondary address with their credit card.

luvsdeals
luvsdeals

If going through a portal is iffy to track, I wonder if the portals that have Chrome or other browser extensions that light up and alert you to cashback sometimes have an activate button would that be better to track?

arizonapv
arizonapv

I signed up using the link and got it for $1.99/month. I used my Wells Fargo Cash Wise credit card, so hopefully will cost me $0.00 per month.

Derrick
Derrick

why does using that credit card zero out your purchase? btw, tax brings it up to $2.15 for me.

Kyle
Kyle

Set up auto pay to pay for 0.16 every month before the statement closes. It’s what I did. WF waived the other 1.99.

arizonapv
arizonapv

WF has a small balance waiver of $1.99

Dan
Dan

Too slimy for my blood, but good tip

David
David

I’ve subscribed – thank you. I like a couple shows there like It’s Always Sunny in Philly but not sure if I will keep it long term once I finish watching them. Find all these ads super annoying on Hulu.

Does anyone know of any promotions for HBO Max? That’s what I would really like to get. I’ve missed the $11 promo they run back in Sep. I had a one week trial recently and was blown away by the quality. It’s not just the HBO original content but they seem to have every recent and current movie available for free. Not to mention Wonder Woman 1986 will be released on HBO Max for free. Sort of reminds me of good old days of Movie Pass.

Superman
Superman

Make it free! I never paid the $1.99 last 12 months by billing to an unused credit card from Discover or Wells Fargo. https://www.doctorofcredit.com/small-balance-waiver-a-k-a-lots-of-free-99-cent-amazon-gcs/

slowbrake
slowbrake

Not he hero we need, but the hero we deserve.

great tip

Ron
Ron

I have a cash app boost offer of $5 off of any purchase that will unlock by any transaction on Hulu, similar to what others have got for transaction on TMobile
If you sign up for Hulu under this deal it will unlock the $5 off on cash app right ?
Also I can cancel auto renewal on hulu after signing up so that you won’t be charged second month onward right ?

Greg
Greg

I have the same boost and am going to give it a try now. I will report back if it unlocks the boost or not.

Update: Ok that did not take long, it instantly unlocked. The boost has an expiration of 15 days to use the $5 off $5 or more.

Drew R
Drew R

For anyone who was in the same boat as me, I was always on the fence if I needed/wanted hulu, but last year at $2/mo I tried it. I ended up enjoying it more than netflix since I can put on a huge variety of long running tv shows and just let them play in the background, as opposed to feeling like I’m always scrolling through netflix’s catalog to find something. Eventually I paid for ad free and it’s worth it if you watch it a lot. With ad-supported, you only get 90 seconds of ads every half hour, but the real issue is that you will keep hearing the SAME ads a lot, haunting your dreams. Compared to cables ads and price, still 100x better and I’d still recommend just to see if you like it. Canceling or upgrading is as easy as toggling the package settings on your account. They also intergrate nicely with HBO Max and often run discounts for packages with other services – disney and espn too. But people complaining that $2/mo is too much for 3 minutes of ad-supported content an hour on a national streaming service is beyond me.