Starting today, March 12, all U.S. Spotify Premium subscribers will be eligible for free Hulu subscriptions as a part of their usual $9.99 USD per month package. The streaming site announced the news earlier today, stating that users could "devour Hulu’s library of hit TV series and films, current shows from every major U.S. broadcast network, and acclaimed Hulu Originals to your heart’s desire at no extra charge."
Existing Spotify Premium members can add Hulu’s ad-supported plan via the "Your Services" page in the platform. New subscribers can sign up at Spotify.com, in which the first 30 days of service will be free before the fee kicks in the following month. Current members who have been paying $12.99 per month — for a bundle package which was previously offered — will now be reduced to the $9.99 USD price going forward.
Interested individuals should sign up quickly, as the deal is available in limited quantities only "while supplies last." Spotify noted that they will only keep the offer to join open until June 10, 2019.
The music site first partnered with the video-streaming service in 2017, in which the two entities came together on a bundled student subscription.
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