Spotify Premium subscribers now have a new streaming perk. Premium users can now access Hulu series like The Handmaid's Tale and Castle Rock, along with 85,000 additional television episodes. Now, the combined team of Hulu and Spotify (who previously linked up back in 2017) have come forward with a veritable streamer's delight.
Subscribe to Spotify Premium, or thinking about upgrading to it? The offer is available on Hulu's ad-supported version, which means Spotify Premium users will still need to watch commercials during playback. Even then, some shows on its service will still have pre-roll adverts because of the terms of Hulu's licensing agreements with content providers. This deal also does not apply to users who have a Spotify Family subscription. That's particularly relevant to students, who pay $4.99 for Spotify Premium, Hulu, and Showtime. As of now, all US based Spotify Premium users will be granted access to Hulu, leaving the rest of the world wondering whether they'll ever get a fair shake. Just last week, the company started offering 6 months of free Spotify Premium to new Samsung Galaxy S10 owners as part of its partnership with Samsung. Hulu recently lowered the price of this plan to $5.99 a month (from $7.99), but now Spotify Premium subscribers can get it for free.
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The bad news is that this isn't a permanent deal. The offer is available now through June 10, or "while supplies last", for you procrastinators out there.