Hulu’s Super Popular $1.99 Black Friday Deal is Back–But Only Until Monday

updated Nov 27, 2020
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If your eyes glaze over when your friends make “PEN15” references that you don’t get because you don’t have Hulu, now is the time to change that. Hulu is bringing back its wildly popular $1.99 deal for Black Friday. Between now and November 30, new subscribers can sign up for Hulu’s basic plan at $1.99 a month for an entire year. That’s basically $24 and gets you plenty of time to catch up on their originals like “Shrill” and “PEN15,” and dive into other hit shows like “This Is Us” and “Killing Eve.”

After your first year at $1.99 a month is up, you’ll be charged the regular price of $5.99 per month, which comes out to about $72 for the year. The streaming wars have brought us plenty of options when it comes to picking a TV-viewing subscription. Choosing between the major players like Netflix, Disney+, Hulu, and HBO Max can be tricky, with so much good content spread out among them. Not to mention that all of the subscriptions can add up quickly and end up costing almost as much as cable. But one major advantage of subscribing to Hulu is that you get access to a wide selection of content from a lot of different networks. This includes all five seasons of “Fixer Upper,” in case you were wondering.

You can also bundle your subscription and get Hulu, Disney+ and ESPN+ for $12.99. But if you sign up for the $1.99 Black Friday deal, you’ll have to wait until the end of your 12 months before switching plans. You can learn more details about the Black Friday deal and sign up here.