Hulu Black Friday Deal: 99¢ per Month for 12 Months

Hulu is offering a fantastic Black Friday deal for new and returning customers! This is a great way to try Hulu and what is has to offer. You can also add Starz for only an additional $0.99/month. Hurry though, since this deal ends Monday.

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What is the offer?

  • New and eligible returning subscribers only
  • Offer for Hulu (ad-supported) plan only: $0.99/month for 12 months, then $7.99/month – cancel anytime
  • Offer ends at 11:59 PM PST on 11/29/22

What is Hulu?

Hulu is a subscription streaming service similar to Netflix, but it also offers the option to add Live TV. It also has exclusive originals including:

  • Handmaid’s Tale (The Money Ninja favorite)
  • Harlots
  • Castle Rock
  • Future Man
  • Marvel’s Runaways
  • The Path
  • (and many more)
Hulu cover photo for Handmaid's Tale

Hulu has a few different pricing packages; this $0.99 a month Black Friday deal is for their basic option. You’ll get to see all the TV shows and movies Hulu has to offer, including their exclusive content, but the programs are supported by commercials and there’s no Live TV.

The Bottom Line

I recommended Hulu as one of the top ways to save money. I’ve completely eliminated cable costs by just using Netflix and Hulu as my two streaming options.

Besides all the exclusive content both provides offer, I use Hulu to watch live television – mainly New England Patriots (don’t hate the dynasty) and Boston Celtics games. I don’t miss cable at all since these two streaming providers give the majority people everything they would want to watch.

This $0.99 a month trial is a great way to see if it’s something for you! Happy Black Friday!

About John Pham

John Pham is a personal finance expert, serial entrepreneur, and founder of The Money Ninja. He has also been fortunate enough to have appeared in the New York Times, Boston Globe, and U.S. News & World Report. John has a B.S. in Entrepreneurship and a Masters in Business Administration, both from the University of New Hampshire.

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