Hulu already gives subscribers access to thousands of TV shows and movies across its expansive streaming platform. Still, it seems the service wants to provide even more value to subscribers with its "Hulu Friends with Benefits" program. A new partnership with Xbox is behind the latest Hulu perk, and it may be perfect for those who love to game on PC; Hulu subscribers in the USA can now obtain three months of PC Game Pass completely for free.
PC Game Pass is the PC-centric portion of Microsoft's influential Xbox Game Pass service, and includes hundreds of incredible video games for one monthly cost, including EA Play. PC Game Pass provides a ton of value to subscribers, and those who have missed out on it can get started for free with a new promotion from Hulu. Simply head to the promotional page and sign in with your Hulu account. If your account is in good standing and is based in the USA, and you're a first-time customer of PC Game Pass, you'll have three months of unlimited PC gaming in no time.
PC Game Pass is filled with great PC games, and more are added all the time. Once you experience what three months of PC Game Pass offers, you may find yourself wishing to subscribe long-term. If you decide to stay connected to PC Game Pass after your trial through Hulu ends, Microsoft's service runs users $10 a month. Hulu subscribers can take advantage of this promotion until July 23, 2022.
If you upgrade to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for $15 a month, you'll also gain access to Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Cloud Gaming, which lets you play dozens of Xbox console games from practically any device, including mobile phones and tablets. There are even exclusive Xbox Game Pass Ultimate perks, which can include free in-game DLC, trials to other streaming services, and so much more.
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