Stream Hulu Plus Live TV for only $50 per month today and get to save $20 in the process. With this new deal, you can get your hands on Hulu Plus Live TV for just $50 a month for the first three months just before the price bump hits in the latter parts of this week.
Stream Hulu Plus Live TV
Hulu just recently announced a special promotion for its live TV streaming service and plan that can save you a lot of money for the next couple of months, but you will however need to act fast to get in on this deal. With the NFL season in full swing and fall programming catching up, cord-cutters may just be looking for a way to watch everything without a major cable bill.
You can now sign up for the ad-based Hulu Plus Live TV by October 11 and then pay just $50 a month for three consecutive months. October 11 as you should know is just days away, so if it is that you have been considering a Hulu subscription for some time now, the said time is now.
What to Expect From Hulu Plus Live TV
The price at the moment for this very tier is $70 per month and it is inclusive of access to ad-supported Disney Plus, ESPN Plus as well as the on-demand library of Hulu. Disney is however raising the rate on October 12 to $77 per month for the ad-based subscription and $89 on the other hand for the ad-free version of the live platform of Hulu.
And in addition to watching sports broadcasts that air on channels such as NBC, CBS, Fox, or ESPN, you can easily and effectively stream Hulu originals, USA, FX, Disney Channel, Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon, TNT, HGTV and so many more. The service as you should know also comes with unlimited DVR.
CNET’s Ty Pendlebury in his review, deemed Hulu Plus Live TV as the “best streaming service bundle” and reportedly gave it a CNET Editor’s Choice award.
Expiration Date of the Deal and Price Hike
Once this very promotional period in question is over, your monthly price will spike from $50 to $77. Get your hands on this offer before it gets to expire at 11:59 p.m. PT (2:59 a.m. ET) on October 11.
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