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Entertainment streaming service Hulu usually costs $11.99 per month but you can currently get Hulu for half price at just $5.99 per month for a limited time only. Even if you’re a current Hulu subscriber, you can still benefit from the offer or if you’re a new user, you can try Hulu for free for one month before deciding whether to subscribe.

Hulu is one of the best entertainment and sports streaming services out there and allows you to watch ESPN Live Sports, movies like Transformers: The Last Knight, series such as The Handmaid’s Tale plus classics such as Seinfeld, Arrested Development and more. There’s also programming made exclusively for Hulu Originals and kids shows including Cartoon Network and Disney.

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The special half price offer is $5.99 per month for 12 months, after which it’s $7.99 per month. The only slight drawback of the reduced priced Limited Commercials offer is that there will be a few commercials from time-to-time. Note that it does not include the full Live TV package which allows you to watch channels such as ESPN, CNN, FOX and ABC but costs $39.99 per month.

Conditions of the offer are:

  • Premium add-ons can be added at any time without impact to discount.
  • Current NOAH subscribers that downgrade to SASH will pay $7.99 and need to call VX to access the $5.99 offer.
  • Current SASH subscribers who want the discount can call into VX to access the $5.99 offer.
  • Existing $5.99 subs from prior years’ promotions will be grandfathered into another 12 months.

You can start watching Hulu free for one month before deciding whether you want to subscribe to the half-price offer.

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