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In the world of streaming services, Hulu is an awesome option. From exclusive TV shows like The Handmaid's Tale to must-watch movies and documentaries (Framing Britney, anyone?), the program offers endless amounts of entertainment. However, if you've somehow yet to sign up, we've got exciting news: Right now, you can sign up for a Hulu free trial, completely risk-free.
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That's right—through Sunday, February 28, you can head to Hulu and choose the no-ad program to nab a free 30-day trial (just click 'sign up now', then choose the first option that reads 'Hulu, no ads'). After that, you'll be charged $11.99 monthly. With the plan, you'll receive unlimited access to a plethora of television shows, movies, kids' programs and originals, all without interruptions.
As a Hulu subscriber myself, I'm a huge fan of the service. Since I'm spending more time at home than ever, it made sense to sign up, and I've yet to be let down by its wide array of entertainment. Whether I'm hunting down a fascinating docuseries or looking to catch up on the latest episode of Saturday Night Live, it's hands-down one of my favorite streaming options around.
If you're currently a student, the deal is even sweeter. Right now, you can sign up for the ad-supported plan for $1.99 a month (regularly $5.99), saving you a whopping 65%. All you have to do is create an account and verify your student status through Sheer ID. From there, you'll be able to enjoy the service across TVs, smartphones, computers and even more devices.
If you've gotten bored of your typical TV watching routine—and, let's face it, who hasn't?—you definitely won't want to miss out on this awesome Hulu deal. Click the link below to save on your first 30 days, or check out the exclusive student plan.
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