Published: Thu, April 12, 2018
Technology | By Russell Knight

You Can Now Get Spotify and Hulu for $12.99/Month

You Can Now Get Spotify and Hulu for $12.99/Month

Today, Spotify is launching a new bundle in the United States, in collaboration with TV-on-demand service Hulu. The two subscriptions would cost a combined $18 per month if purchased individually.

Anyone that's an existing Spotify Premium subscriber, at least, with 90 days of additional Hulu Limited Commercials access offered for just $0.99.

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The offer starts Wednesday, April 11, and is set to expire on May 10. That's after a three-month promo period for current Spotify subscribers in which Hulu is just a dollar per month extra. In the meantime, you can find out more about the bundle here. That said, the company does say they plan to extend the promotion to non-Spotify Premium members in the future. Normally, the Hulu subscription would cost $7.99/month by itself, so you'll be saving $4.99/month by opting to pay $12.99/month. Spotify is also one of the biggest music streaming services around, and the most well rounded of the options. As many of you probably already know, Spotify now exists in two different forms: free and paid. The free service generates customers in which the company can steer into paid offerings, says Bloomberg. This Hulu and Spotify bundled offer does offer some value at $13 for both and will be interesting to watch and see if it gains wide appeal, causing digital and legacy competitors alike to respond.

If you're already a Hulu Limited Commercials subscriber, you can still take advantage of this sweet bargain, as long as you don't have any "premium" add-ons like HBO or Showtime. With 71 million paying subscribers, Spotify is larger than competitors Apple Music and Tidal.

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'Hulu's TV content is highly acclaimed, and with this exclusive Spotify offer we are bundling two top media platforms for an unbeatable price.

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