Spotify and Hulu are expanding their discounted bundle to bring both services to all users for just $12.99 a month. Usually, Spotify is $9.99 and Hulu's Limited Commercials plan costs $7.99 - that means those of you who take advantage of the offer will save $7.99 per month. They could save a few dollars by buying the bundle instead of subscribing to both services separately.
Hulu's standard United States packages are $7.99-per-month for "Limited Commercials" and $11.99-per-month for a completely ad-free experience - although it does offer a month's free trial to new users.
To be perfectly clear, you'll be charged $10.98 for your first month of promotional combined service, $9.99 for months two and three (each), and $12.99 afterward.
Music streaming giant Spotify is reportedly planning to expand its Free service in order to give non-paying users greater flexibility when using mobile devices.
The package follows the success of a Spotify and Hulu bundle that became available to students in fall 2017. Remember though that you still have to factor in the PS Plus cost of £49.99 a year ($59.99 in the USA, though both territories can be found more affordably if you shop around).
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Existing Spotify Premium subscribers interested in the new bundle can simply upgrade their existing Premium plan to Spotify Premium, Now With Hulu. At the time, they hinted that a broader bundle would soon follow. And the companies say the goal is to roll out the deal for everyone (not just current Spotify Premium members) this summer.