Spotify and Hulu Team Up For $13 All You-Can-Stream Subscription


Spotify's terms for these bundles specifically spell out that users who bill their monthly subscription through Apple's App Store or Google Play are not eligible to receive the discounted Hulu add-on. Then you can add Hulu's ad-supported service, which is normally $8 per month, to your Spotify membership for just $3. To make this deal even more appealing, they will only be charging $1 for the first three months of Hulu access, not too shabby. Bundles like those that have existed in the linear television industry for decades are seen as a way to encourage new sign-ups in an age of dozens of subscription streaming options across entertainment and music.

Spotify and Hulu have made valiant efforts to ensure that their services are available to as many individuals of possible, routinely offering premium prices at a lower cost to target a wider group of potential customers. Stockholm-based Spotify had 157 million user at the end of 2017, including 71 million paid subscribers.

The report says: "With the updated service, free mobile listeners will be able to access playlists more quickly and have more control over what songs they hear on top playlists, mimicking Spotify's ad-free subscription product".

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While the package will be available immediately for Spotify Premium members, others will have to wait until this summer to sign up. Remember though that you still have to factor in the PS Plus cost of £49.99 a year ($59.99 in the U.S., though both territories can be found more affordably if you shop around). Hulu has been ramping up original programming with shows such as "The Handmaid's Tale" and "The Looming Tower" to compete with popular streaming competitors such as Netflix. About 60% of US households stream, and 51% of them get Netflix, 33% get Amazon Prime and 14% get Hulu, according to CNBC's All American Economic Survey.

It's no secret why Spotify and Hulu would want to work together.