Published: Tue, March 12, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Spotify Premium now gets Hulu thrown in - but act fast

Spotify Premium now gets Hulu thrown in - but act fast

Two years ago, Spotify became one of the first major apps to break into the market, offering Hulu subscription bundles for students.

In total, it's worth nearly $72 in saved subscription fees over the course of a year.

Spotify if employing some serious FOMO here, though, artificially limiting the number of folks who will be able to take advantage of this deal. Subscribers who gain Hulu access through this deal will also not have access to Hulu Live TV, or premium network add-ons like HBO, Showtime, and Starz. You'll get your first month of Spotify Premium and Hulu for free; after that, it will cost $9.99 a month. Even then, some shows on its service will still have pre-roll adverts because of the terms of Hulu's licensing agreements with content providers. Likewise, this bundle is specifically for Spotify individual memberships and doesn't stack with a family subscription. Fortunately Spotify and Hulu are teaming up to make life a little easier, and best of all, cheaper for all of us.

Starting Tuesday, now subscribers can activate the Hulu bundle or link their current account at the Your Services page on Spotify.

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Spotify on Tuesday announced that all premium subscribers in the United States - those who pay $9.99 per month for its service - are eligible to receive Hulu's ad-supported tier free of charge.

The bad news is that this isn't a permanent deal.

Spotify's statement also mentions that this offer is valid through June 10, 2019 "or while supplies last".

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