If you’ve never tried HBO Max — or if you’ve canceled the service and have other ideas — now is the time to subscribe.
Until September 26, new and returning subscribers can get HBO Max at 50% off. Pricing works out to $7.49 per month for six months.
This is the ad-free version of HBO Max that includes access to the Warner Bros. movie premieres. 2021 on the same day the films are released in theaters. You also get 4K Ultra High Definition (UHD) video quality for select movie titles.
Other perks include:
- Thousands of hours of exclusive series, movies and originals
- Curated Kids Experience with Flexible Parental Controls
- Custom streaming for up to five profiles
- Ability to download favorites to watch them offline
The 50% discount on ad-free HBO Max is available directly through the HBO Max website and across the following subscription provider platforms:
- An apple
- google browser
A version of HBO Max with ads — and fewer perks — is also available for $9.99 a month, which is the usual price for this version of the service.
HBO Max supports the following devices:
- Amazon Fire tablets (4th generation or later)
- Amazon Fire TV (with Fire OS 5.3.6 or later)
- Amazon Fire TV Stick
- Amazon Fire TV Cube
- Amazon Fire TV Edition Smart TVs (Insignia HD, Insignia 4K UHD, Toshiba HD, Toshiba 4K UHD)
- Android phones and tablets (with Android OS 5+)
- Android TV (OS 5+)
- Apple TV (4th generation or later)
- iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch (with iOS 12.2 and later)
- LG Smart TVs
- PCs and Macs
- PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5
- Roku streaming devices (with OS 9.3 and above)
- Samsung TV (2016+)
- Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S.
Find the right streaming service for you
If HBO Max isn’t your cup of tea, you still have plenty of options for getting streaming TV at a price that makes cutting cable wire worthwhile.
Earlier this year, we highlighted some of the best options in “13 streaming TV services that cost $20 a month — or less.”
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