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HBO Max [hbomax.com] has 20% off per month for up to 12 months of either HBO Max Plan.
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  • Ad-Free - $11.99/month for up to 12 months
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Lookieere asked this question on 01-13-2022 at 10:40 AM
01-13-2022 at 10:40 AM
Sadly, no. This is for the monthly plan and is billed monthly at the discounted rate.
Krantiredeyes asked this question on 01-13-2022 at 10:12 AM
01-19-2022 at 02:43 PM
I'm sure you can as long as you use a different email address.
DabbleInDeals69 asked this question on 01-13-2022 at 10:41 AM
01-24-2022 at 05:19 PM
Not that I can know of. Just cancel it before it ends and it may trigger other offers
BSGjr asked this question on 01-25-2022 at 04:52 PM
01-25-2022 at 04:52 PM
Been reading some commentary on this. It's apparently handled pretty much the best of any paid service with ads. HBO originals don't have ads during them at all. The total percentage runtime of stuff with ads is lower than even totally free services with ads like Tubi. Fewer interruptions during shows that have them. They're still ads, but less annoying than most services for sure.
ILLJWILL11 asked this question on 01-20-2022 at 11:10 AM
dmnhnterz asked this question on 01-21-2022 at 04:26 AM

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You have to figure that the current deal HBO Max brokered directly with users when the channel was evicted from Amazon videos channel options is 50% off the ad-free price for 6 months. That started around the 3rd week of September 2021 for me. My 50% off deal ceases in March 2022, at which point I'll be canceling the service. I have greatly enjoyed HBO Max, but on general principle, I'll cancel it. I suspect many millions of others who joined during the same deal in September 2021 will do the same.

So what do you think the chances are that a new deal (undoubtedly not 50% off) will arise shortly thereafter?

I think chances are good. Very, VERY good.
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So one movie made you cancel. They have really good stuff for a year now and still do. Maybe next time read some reviews before you get a service just for that. Or look what else is on said service.
I hear dune was pretty good
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Y'all still use multiple streaming services? For Android users, just download the APK for Moviebox Pro and just $25 a year for every show that every streaming service offers.
Does it have long download to movie
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i pay less than $5 HBO (Brazil) ^^
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I think the best way to do it nowadays is to just subscribe when there's something you want to watch, binge, then cancel after a month.

I'm currently finishing up Star Trek Discovery on Paramount then once that's done I'll cancel it for a while until there's something else to watch. Once the prequel for Game of Thrones comes on, I'll probably re-subscribe to HBO Max. I'm not convinced there's enough content on HBO max to make it worthwhile to pay $12 per month.

Subscribing for 3 months a year for HBO max, but spaced out 4 months each time seems the most economical. You could probably even get a free trial thrown in to extend it a little bit if you use a new email address. And I'm also pretty sure they'll give a lot of retention offers as well.
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Finishing (finally) watching Sopranos- often on lists as the "best show ever made". Still a bunch of stuff on this that looks pretty good.
The Wire > Breaking Bad > Sopranos
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Not sure if it's been mentioned here yet or not but the lack of an app for LG TVs really sucks.
It's there. Not sure when they added it. I noticed sometime last year.

I have an LG OLED B8, so I'm sure you don't need a newer TV to see it.
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I hear dune was pretty good
It was real good. 😀
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HBO Max is great. Definitely the one streaming service I would subscribe to if I were limited to just one.
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Yes it is severely lacking. Had it for years and unless I had an urge to watch an old movie it wasn't worth it. There is sadly more recent and relevant movies on prime
I'd love to know what you consider good content if you think HBO Max is lacking content. It has so many good shows and movies.
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For the plan with commercials…do you get commercials durring movies too or just tv shows?
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Is there a way to lock in this price for when the current promo 50% off rate ends?
where's the current promo?
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Thanks OP for posting it, but IMO this is not such a good deal. The current price for, say, the ad-free yearly subscription is $149.99. A year with the offer (12 months at $11.99) is $143.88. Very little savings.
What's the yearly cost for with ads?
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