Spotify and Hulu on Wednesday announced they’re bundling their services together, offering their combined services for $12.99 per month.
Just like the college student bundle, the new subscription plan combines Hulu’s Limited Commercials streaming library – with more than twice the number of episodes available than any of the other streaming services – and Spotify’s popular Premium subscription plan, both on the same bill, and all in one convenient package.
The bundle includes the ad-free Spotify Premium subscription (normally available for $9.99 per month) and a Hulu With Limited Commercials plan (normally $7.99 per month). The $12.99 price of the newly offered bundle saves users $5 per month.
Existing Spotify Premium subscribers will have early access to the offer, before the offer is opened to the general public this summer.
Existing Spotify Premium subscribers can take advantage of a special introductory offer by upgrading their existing Premium plan to Spotify Premium, now with Hulu. The offer grants an initial three-month Hulu subscription for the exclusive price of 99 cents before charging a monthly price of $12.99 for the bundle. Subscribers will gain access to Hulu’s growing on-demand library of award-winning original series.
Spotify and Hulu anticipate opening up the new bundle offer to those without a Spotify Premium account this summer.
Spotify Premium subscribers will be able to upgrade their existing plan to the new combo pricing, and will get a three-month Hulu subscription for only $0.99. The $12.99 per month price of the bundle will kick in at the end of the three month period.
You’ll pay one bill to Spotify for both services. Your first month is the price of your Premium plan plus the Hulu 3-month trial price. After your trial, you’ll then start paying $12.99/month for both. Here’s what it looks like:
1st month: $9.99 + $0.99 + tax
2nd month: $9.99 + tax
3rd month: $9.99 + tax
Following months: $12.99 + tax
For more information about the new bundle or to sign up, visit the Spotify FAQ page.