Act Fast: HBO Max Has a Great Deal For New and Returning Customers

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HBO Max just announced a new promotion that’s almost too good to pass up. Today, WarnerMedia confirmed that both new and returning customers could get HBO Max for 50 percent off, just $7.49 per month for six months.

Earlier this week, HBO Max got removed from Amazon Prime Video, a move that saw upwards of 5 million subscriptions getting canceled. The reason behind the action is so HBO can offer the dedicated HBO Max app on Amazon, rather than simply be an option in the Amazon channel lineup. As a result, users will get a better experience, show recommendations and extra features. Plus, this way, users can choose between discounted streaming or the higher ad-free subscription.

To retain some lost users or attract new or returning customers, HBO is now letting anyone sign up for Max at 50 percent off. The deal runs from now until September 26th.

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To be clear, this is HBO Max’s ad-free subscription service that’s usually $15 per month, but now you can get it for only $7.49. New and returning customers can take advantage of the promotion by signing up through the official HBO Max website or on Apple, Google, LG, Microsoft, Sony, Roku, and Vizio systems.

It’s also worth noting that HBO Max is available for $10 per month, but with ads, so this is a great way to get the best experience on a budget. Then, once the six months promotion expires, you’ll pay $15 or can choose to drop down to the ad-supported $10 option.

So sign up today and watch the HBO Original series Succession, Friends reruns, and later you’ll even be able to see the new Matrix: Resurrections on HBO Max.

via Engadget

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