New and 'eligible returning' subscribers can get Hulu for just $2.99 a month for six months

New and 'eligible returning' subscribers can get Hulu for just $2.99 a month for six months
It's sure not easy to choose the best video streaming option right now from a pack that includes Netflix, Hulu, HBO Max, Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV+, and Disney+, but if you're simply interested in paying as little money as possible, it's hard to beat the latest special offer revealed by Chrissy Teigen (of all people).

Fret not, as you don't need to add yet another name to that already extensive list of VOD platforms, with the model, TV personality, and self-proclaimed "de-motivational speaker" instead co-opted by Hulu to promote a killer new deal for new and "eligible returning subscribers." By clicking on a special link shared by Teigen on Twitter, you can join Hulu at a promotional price of $2.99.

You can then continue paying just 3 bucks a month for your first half a year on the streaming platform, after which you will be bumped up to the normal monthly rate of $5.99. While you do get access to a lot of stuff with this discounted plan, including Hulu Originals, full seasons of exclusive series, current Fall TV programming, and hit movies, you will also have to learn to live with ads and settle for simultaneous streaming capabilities on just two different screens. 

Alternatively, you may want to consider Spotify's bundle of its Premium audio service and Hulu's ad-supported plan as well, especially if you're a student, in which case you can get both products for a measly monthly total of $4.99.

But again, if all you want is an unlimited video streaming service at the lowest available price, this deal is practically unrivaled. You can obviously cancel your subscription after or even during the 6-month promotional period, and you have until September 3 to sign up at the reduced price if you're a new Hulu subscriber or a returning member who hasn't used the platform in the past 12 months. Binge on!

Get the deal here

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