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Cut the cable and run to score the best streaming deal of the year. New and returning customers (three months since the last renewal) can get Hulu for $1 per month for the next three months.
There’s more: once you’ve signed up for Hulu, you might get access to Disney+ for only $2.99 per month, regularly $7.99.
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What is Hulu?
Hulu is a streaming service that’s home to a variety of top movies and shows. Start finding your new binge-worthy show such as Bob’s Burgers or a family movie such as Happy Feet. There’s plenty to explore, and you’re sure to find something everyone likes.
Here’s how to get the $1/month deal:
- Head over to Hulu.
- Click on “Sign Up Now.”
- Create your account using an email and password.
- Enter your payment information and pay $1 to complete your order.
Here’s how to see if you qualify for the $2.99 Disney+ promotion:
- Go to Hulu and login to your account.
- Scroll through the available plans.
- If you’re eligible, you’ll see the $2.99 Disney+ offer under “Partner Add-Ons”
- Just click on it to add Disney+ to your Hulu plan.
Is this deal legit?
Bottom line cost: You’ll be charged $1 per month for your first 3 months.
When will I be charged? You’ll be charged $1 the same day you subscribe.
When will I gain access? You’ll gain access to streaming content as soon as your payment is processed.
Will I need to cancel? Hulu is a streaming service. If you don’t cancel after your first 3 months, you’ll be charged $6.99 per month every month after.
To cancel, head over to your account page on the site and click the button that says “Cancel subscription.”