Save 50% on HBO Max for 6 Months With This Deal




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After being removed from Amazon Prime Video Channels, HBO Max is offering former subscribers a discount to sign back up directly through HBO Max.

All new and returning HBO Max subscribers can save 50% on a subscription to the ad-free monthly plan, making the cost of the streaming service $7.49/month for six months.

This limited time deal starts today and will be available through September 26.

For the rest of this year, HBO Max’s ad-free plan will offer day and date premieres of Warner Bros. films in the U.S. Right now, subscribers can watch “Malignant,” the latest in the Conjuring series. “Cry Macho,” from Clint Eastwood, arrives today. Next month, subscribers can watch “The Many Saints of Newark,” a Sopranos story, and the highly anticipated Dune. Later this year, “King Richard” with Will Smith and “The Matrix Resurrections” will stream on HBO Max.

Along with new movies, subscribers will have access to HBO and HBO Max original programming like “Doom Patrol” on September 23, the new season of Succession on October 17, the final season of “Insecure” on September 24, and season 11 of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” next month.

New and returning users can sign up on the HBO Max website or on the HBO Max app on Apple, Roku, Google, LG, Microsoft, Sony, or Vizio.

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