- Hulu and Spotify are offering a bundle for $12.99 a month.
- The plan will put your Spotify Premium and Hulu accounts on one bill.
- For the first three months, Hulu will also only charge existing Spotify Premium users $0.99 a month for the addition.
- The package follows the success of a Spotify and Hulu bundle that became available to students in fall 2017.
Hulu and Spotify are now offering their services as a bundle, which combines Spotify Premium and Hulu’s with-ads version for $12.99 per month.
The new plan saves subscribers $4.99 a month: Hulu’s “Limited Commercials” plan is $7.99 per month, and Spotify Premium is $9.99 per month. So instead of paying $17.98, you pay $12.99. This new subscription also puts both on the same bill.
How can you get this deal?
Existing Spotify Premium subscribers can upgrade their plan to an option named “Spotify Premium, now with Hulu.” The offer gives users an initial three-month Hulu subscription for $0.99 cents, and then begins charging the monthly combined price of $12.99. If you don’t already have a Spotify account, you can sign up through Spotify and select the “Spotify Premium, now with Hulu” option.
If you are a Hulu subscriber already (but don’t have Spotify), you can are “eligible if billing is switched to Spotify.” But the plan will not work with Hulu’s “ad-free” version, or if you have premium add-ons (for instance, Showtime.)
This bundle is a deepening of a partnership between the two companies that began in September 2017, when Spotify and Hulu introduced a bundle that allowed college students to use both of their services for $4.99 per month.
“Based on the outstanding performance of the Spotify and Hulu student package, it’s clear that consumers love to combine their music and television experiences together,” Tim Connolly, Head of Distribution and Partnerships at Hulu, said in a statement.
The bundle is available now.