Spotify introduced a $12.99/mo option for U.S. customers in April last year, bundling its Premium membership with a Hulu Limited Commercials subscription. Today, it’s changing that up; Hulu is now included with every Spotify Premium membership – at $9.99/mo.
Those interested in taking advantage of this offer will have to activate Hulu by going to the “Your Services” page in their account settings. Hulu’s Limited Commercials subscription will give subscribers access to shows such as Homeland, Shameless, Twin Peaks, among several others.
Those who are subscribed to Spotify’s $12.99/mo bundle will automatically be moved to the regular $9.99/mo plan. On the other hand, Hulu subscribers will have to cancel their subscription and begin it anew through their Spotify account to avail this discount.
It’s worth noting, though, that getting Hulu through this route will restrict you from adding premium channels like Showtime and HBO with that membership. Spotify subscribers on the family plan are not eligible for this offer, either.
If you are a student, the $4.99/mo plan remains available, offering Spotify’s Premium membership as well as a Hulu Limited Commercials subscription and a Showtime subscription.
Netflix bumped up its subscription prices in January earlier this year, followed by Hulu slashing the price of its ad-supported plan just a few days later. At the moment, the Hulu Limited Commercials subscription, by itself, costs $5.99/mo.
Spotify says that the bundle is a limited-time offer available until June 10, 2019, or until supplies last.