Spotify has partnered with Hulu to offer Spotify Premium Subscription with Hulu’s Limited Commercials plan for $12.99 (regularly $17.99) per month for a limited time. Spotify Premium Subscribers can try Hulu for 3-months for 99-cents for a limited time.
Spotify also offers Premium Subscription Service with Hulu Limited Commercials plan for Students for $4.99 per month for a limited time. This is only available to students currently enrolled at a US Title IV accredited college or university, and above the age of 18. There are no contracts, and existing Spotify Students can simply add Hulu service.
Spotify Premium lets you stream any song, offline and ad-free. Hulu gets you hit shows and movies on your favorite devices with limited ads.
Sinemia is a MoviePass competitor and they’re offering their Entertainment Membership for as low as $7.99/month (regularly $9.99 billed annually) for a limited time. To get the deal, use the promo code: Spring if it’s not already applied when you visit the site.
Unlike MoviePass which lets you see one 2D movie every day, Sinemia’s Entertainment membership only gives you access to 2 movies a month but you can see them in premium formats like 3D, IMAX 2D, IMAX 3D, XD, Dolby Atmos, ScreenX, Dbox, or 4DX. The provided debit card to purchase your tickets can be used in-theater or in-app for advance tickets. MoviePass requires in-theater ticket purchase for most of their supported locations. Sinemia also has a 3 movie a month plan that starts at $12.99/month (billed annually) and well as movie plans for couples. Thier customer service has also been more responsive than MoviePass as well.
MoviePass is offering new subscribers and current members a 1-Year Membership for $89.95 ($6.95/mo + $6.55 one-time processing fee, regularly $9.99/month) for a limited time. Once your year is up, your plan will convert back into your $9.95/ month.
MoviePass allows you to watch one movie per day at participating movie theaters, which there are many. Signing up for a subscription gets you a MoviePass debit card which is used to purchase your tickets at your local participating theater. Subscription is not valid on 3D, iMAX or other premium showings. You may check participating theaters in your area by browsing their Mobile App. There’s no commitment or contracts, you can cancel at any time.