It feels like there are more streaming services than TV channels these days, right?
Well, okay, maybe that’s a *bit* of an exaggeration, but there are a ton of them! Remember the days when it was just Netflix? And DVDs were mailed to you?! Now, we also have Disney+, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Peacock, HBO Max, Apple TV+, Paramount+, ESPN+…we could keep going! These are all at various different price points and have different features, but those costs can really add up. So, if you’re a Hulu subscriber, you need to lookout for an upcoming price increase.
If you have the Hulu subscription with no advertisements, the price is about to go up to $14.99 per month starting on October 10th, 2022. You should see this in your first billing cycle on or after that date.
The payment method that you have on file will be charged the updated price unless you cancel your Hulu subscription before your first billing cycle on or after October 10th.
Do know that if you’re currently subscribed to Hulu with a discount or a promotional offer, the price adjustment won’t impact your current pricing.
You can also switch your subscription to the Hulu subscription with ads if you want a lower price. It will also see a price increase, going up to $7.99 per month, or $79.99 per year.
For more streaming news, check out how Netflix is trying to BEAT Disney+ by launching its ad-supported tier early, the price increase coming to Disney+, and how much money Disney will make from ads on Disney+.
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