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Spotify Premium Customers Get Free Hulu Starting Today

Phillip Dampier March 12, 2019 Consumer News, Hulu No Comments

Spotify Premium customers in the U.S. can now get a free subscription to Hulu’s “Limited Commercials” plan just by activating the offer, beginning today.

“Starting today, March 12, you can enjoy Hulu as part of your regular $9.99-per-month Spotify Premium membership,” Spotify shared on its blog. “That’s right, you are getting Hulu on us.”

Spotify provides these details on how to take advantage of the offer, whether you are new to the service or an existing customer:

If you’re already a Spotify Premium user, it only takes a few seconds to add Hulu’s ad-supported plan to your account—just visit the Your Services page. If you’re new to Spotify Premium, sign up for the bundle now at Spotify.com; you’ll get your first thirty days of both Spotify Premium and Hulu on us, then pay $9.99 per month. (Subscribers who are currently paying $12.99 per month as part of last year’s bundle offer will be automatically reduced to the regular Spotify Premium $9.99 price.) Open until June 10, 2019 or while supplies last. Terms apply.

If you already pay for Hulu directly through Hulu, you need to cancel your account on Hulu.com and then reactivate the subscription through Spotify’s website. Spotify claims it is not possible for customers to upgrade to Hulu’s “No Commercials” plan through this deal. The offer is only good in the United States and worse, cannot be redeemed by Spotify Family Plan members who already pay extra to share their Spotify account with other family members.

Still, if you are already a Spotify Premium customer, getting Hulu (with “limited commercials”) for free is not a bad deal.







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