Hulu has a Black Friday offer this year that's nearly too good to believe! This weekend only, the TV and movie streaming service is offering new and returning customers the chance to sign up for a full year at just $0.99 per month. That means you'd gain access to Hulu for almost all of 2019 at just $11.88 total, which is an insane deal when you consider others are paying much more to their cable companies each month to watch most of the same content. Returning customers must not have been active members within the last 12 months, or else they will not be eligible for this offer.
If you've never had a Hulu subscription, you're in for a treat here. Your membership lets you watch the latest shows from various TV networks the day after they air live on TV, along with beloved television classics that are available to watch in full. Tons of movies are on the service too, from recent releases to older favorites. At $12, you're basically paying the price of a movie ticket for a year's worth of entertainment.
For those who recently 'cut the cord' on their cable company or if you're even considering it, this is a huge opportunity for you. A one-month subscription to Hulu regularly costs $7.99 for the 'Limited Commercials' plan (the same plan Hulu is offering this weekend on sale), so you'll want to remain aware that your subscription will renew for that price each month after your one-year plan at $0.99/monthly is up. Luckily, you can cancel at any time if you decide to end your membership. Hulu also offers a 'No Commercials' plan which costs $11.99 per month, though unfortunately there's no discount on it this week.
While you're at it, there are plenty of other fantastic cord cutter deals for Black Friday you should definitely take a look at, such as discounts on streaming devices you can use to stream Hulu. Other $1 Black Friday deals include this Luxury Men's Grooming sample box, just in case you're not binge-watching alone.
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