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Spotify and Hulu Bundle Deal 2018

OMG, Spotify and Hulu Announced a $13-a-Month Bundle Deal — and No, You're Not Dreaming

Ladies and gentlemen, the streaming gods are truly shining down upon us. Spotify and Hulu are extending their heaven-sent partnership and offering a crazy-affordable bundle deal for music and TV addicts. Last year, the two brands teamed up to offer a $5-a-month package deal specifically for college students, and this new bundle — Spotify Premium, Now With Hulu — offers anyone, not just students, access to both Hulu's Limited Commercials plan and Spotify Premium through one $13-a-month subscription plan. Yes, that's certainly more than $5, but hey, we (unfortunately) can't be college students forever!

How much would you save if you took advantage of this joint plan? Let's break it down, shall we? Spotify Premium costs $10 a month, and Hulu's limited commercials plan is $8 a month. So that means every month, you'll save $5 — a.k.a. $60 over the course of one year. You can score a new pair of shoes with those savings!

The Spotify Premium, Now With Hulu deal will officially be available this Summer, but if you're already a Spotify Premium subscriber, you've got early access to the $13-a-month bundle starting now. On top of that, eligible Spotify Premium users can also try Hulu's Limited Commercials Plan for three months for just 99 cents as an intro to the package, if you're kinda on the fence about the whole Hulu thing. Learn more about this budget-friendly offering here, and get ready for your savings account to do a happy dance.

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