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HBO Max Is 50% off Through Sunday, Sept. 26


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If you have never tried HBO Max — or if you canceled the service and are having second thoughts — now is the time to subscribe.

Through Sept. 26, new and returning subscribers can get HBO Max at a 50% discount. The price works out to $7.49 per month for six months.

This is the ad-free version of HBO Max that includes access to Warner Bros. 2021 movie premieres on the same day the movies are released to theaters. You also get 4K ultra-high definition (UHD) video quality for select movie titles.

Other perks include:

  • Thousands of hours of series, movies and exclusive originals
  • A curated kids’ experience with flexible parental controls
  • Personalized streaming for up to five profiles
  • The ability to download favorites to watch offline

The 50% discount for ad-free HBO Max is available directly through HBO Max’s website and through these subscription provider platforms:

  • Apple
  • Google
  • Roku
  • LG
  • Microsoft
  • Sony
  • Vizio

A version of HBO Max with ads — and fewer perks — also is available for $9.99 a month, which is the regular price of that version of the service.

HBO Max supports the following devices:

  • Amazon Fire tablets (fourth 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 (fourth generation or later)
  • Chromebooks
  • Chromecast
  • iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch (with iOS 12.2+)
  • LG smart TVs
  • PC and Mac computers
  • PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5
  • Roku streaming devices (with OS 9.3 and above)
  • Samsung TV (2016+)
  • Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S

Finding the right streaming service for you

If HBO Max isn’t your cup of tea, you still have plenty of options to get streaming TV at a price that makes cutting the cable cord 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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