Spotify says it will be running the offer until June 10, 2019, or alternatively "while supplies last", whichever comes first. They'll also have to option to upgrade their Hulu service to an ad-free version.
Love music and love TV shows?
But that might not last long. Fortunately Spotify and Hulu are teaming up to make life a little easier, and best of all, cheaper for all of us. Those already on the $12.99 Spotify Premium and Hulu bundle from 2018 don't need to do anything to change their package; they'll be reduced automatically to the normal $9.99/month price.
In total, it's worth nearly $72 in saved subscription fees over the course of a year.
Spotify on Tuesday announced that all premium subscribers in the U.S. - those who pay $9.99 per month for its service - are eligible to receive Hulu's ad-supported tier free of charge. In total you will have access to 40 million song and 85,000 Tv shows, movies, and original content.
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"Today is the first time that we're offering a Hulu plan to the masses as part of their $9.99 Spotify Premium subscription", Marc Hazan, Spotify's global head of premium business development, said in a statement, according to Engadget.
There are some caveats.
Some fine print: This is available for new Spotify Premium subscribers as well as those who already have Premium. The Swedish streaming giant also revealed the acquisition of two major podcast companies, Gimlet and Anchor, which added to this new Hulu deal gives an idea of the breadth of the company's plans.
Will you be cashing in on the joint subscription?