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HBO Max [hbomax.com] has 20% off per month for up to 12 months of either HBO Max Plan.
  • With Ads - $7.99/month for up to 12 months
  • 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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I had this service for a few months and found it lacking content. Yes, there's some recent movies out now but I'll wait until there's a significant backlog of shows/movies I can watch readily. Having to pay a monthly fee to watch something new every 2-3 months wasn't worth it
I agree about content but this is true with all competing platforms. Plus HBO Max had the most awkward/clunky tv app (I failed to see any improvement since GO) and it crashes more than Netflix and Amazon. But it was clutch last year with the movie releases. It was worth it for me not to try to go back to the theater and sit next to randos. Some of the movies released were absolute trash and I'm relieved my wallet and I didn't have to travel and suffer in public.

On the value of this deal? Eh not really slick. I used the amex offer last month to secure slightly lower pricing for the year. If you are on the fence on getting HBO Max, I'd wait until the backlog of movies and shows build up then do a short term subscription.
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Wish they sold "free time" too with all these services.
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This is true but it was only free for one year for me.
If you have directv and AT&T subscription with them you get HBO Max for free as long as you both have the subscription.
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What's the yearly cost for with ads?
$99.99 is the yearly plan. With the offer, the total cost for a year is $95.88.
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Just to note for those that have AT&T fiber for ISP that the gigabit plan includes HBO Max for free. I have no idea if this is targeted by area but can confirm that this is offered in the downtown Fort Worth, TX area. I also think this will likely go away once AT&T divests the abominations known as DirecTV and WarnerMedia.
in austin tx it was free for only 1 year.
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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.
True but you get to pay month to month instead of in one lump sum prepayment, which isn't much but it's something.
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The Wire > Breaking Bad > Sopranos
I liked The Wire; I lived in Baltimore for years, and used to walk past them filming it. That said, there were parts that were VERY slow.

Sopranos is often voted "higher", but bingeing it all at once, there's definitely some loose plot holes and strange dialogue points, in 2022.

I'd say Breaking Bad may be the best overall. The Wire/Sopranos, difficult to differentiate. One day maybe I'll rewatch the Wire, but that's a big ask.... (And kind of depressing.)
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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
If you're only interested in movies that might be the case. The backlog of TV series is where HBO Max shines.
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theyre desperate
I am thinking about canceling my HBO max subscription. They HAD great series. Now it is just average. Not better than Hulu or Netflix. It feels that canceling it and starting over again in one year or so might be best option
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Need more 4K hdr contents to be worth it.
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So how is this with ads? Is there ads during a movie/show or just at the beginning?
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I cancelled my subscription and it ends on January 26th! Looks like I will have to create a new account to take advantage of this deal on the final day of January 25th. Just curious if I should go for the one with ads....
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Quote from Deal-R-Dash :
Just to note for those that have AT&T fiber for ISP that the gigabit plan includes HBO Max for free. I have no idea if this is targeted by area but can confirm that this is offered in the downtown Fort Worth, TX area. I also think this will likely go away once AT&T divests the abominations known as DirecTV and WarnerMedia.
I.E. Charlie Ergen and his Dish Network swallows DirecTv whole. Just as fellow billionaire John Malone has done with his Discovery Networks taking new ownership of WarnerMedia, 🔜 to be know as Warner Bros. Discovery "The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of".
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I liked The Wire; I lived in Baltimore for years, and used to walk past them filming it. That said, there were parts that were VERY slow.

Sopranos is often voted "higher", but bingeing it all at once, there's definitely some loose plot holes and strange dialogue points, in 2022.

I'd say Breaking Bad may be the best overall. The Wire/Sopranos, difficult to differentiate. One day maybe I'll rewatch the Wire, but that's a big ask.... (And kind of depressing.)
The wire was way overrated in my opinion. Very good show but not amazing.

Deadwood on the other hand is really underrated. I loved binging it. I was amazed such a good show was on there that I had never heard much about.
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