If you don’t have an HBO Max subscription yet, then this is the perfect time to get one.
The WarnerMedia-owned streaming service is currently offering a 20% discount on both its ad-supported and ad-free subscription plans. From last Wednesday until January 25th, new and returning users can get 20% off 12 months of ad-supported or ad-free HBO Max plans. The rare deal, which is the first big HBO Max discount since last June, cuts the price of the ad-supported plan down to $7.99 per month and the price of ad-free plan to $11.99 per month, which are originally $9.99 and $14.99 per month, respectively.
Not valid for existing HBO Max subscribers, the offer is available on HBOMax.com and via Amazon, Apple, Google Play, and Roku. The offer is limited to one per customer and account, and only valid in the U.S. Redeemable only once, the offer cannot be combined with any other promo or free trial offer for the streamer.
Taking advantage of this offer is as easy as signing up. Just click “Get the deal” on HBOMax.com, select the plan you want, and create your account before January 25th. Though you’ll be locked into your discounted pricing for the following 12 months of your subscription after signing up, you can cancel at any time.
After your discounted subscription period, your subscription will auto-renew each month at the regular subscription price for the monthly plan that you signed up for unless you cancel before the renewal. As is the case with other streaming services, you will continue to have access to HBO Max for the remainder of time you have already paid for even after canceling your subscription.
Once signed up, make sure to check out original HBO Max programming like the Suicide Squad spin-off series The Peacemaker and the Sex and the City revival And Just Like That. The streamer’s library also includes gems like the complete Harry Potter film series and its 20th anniversary special, award-winning HBO dramas like Euphoria and Succession, and the classic hit sitcom Friends.
Note that while ad-free plan subscribers get access to same-day Warner Bros. movie premieres, ad-supported plan users are excluded from premieres and don’t have access to 4K UHD streaming.