Hulu is Giving New Subscribers a $20 Visa Gift Card

Been thinking about subscribing to Hulu? Hulu wants your business so much so that they will pay you $20 to subscribe.

To get this deal you must subscribe to 2 months of Hulu. It can be for the standard limited commercials plan or the commercial-free plan. The $20 comes in the form of a digital Visa gift card and will be sent to your email address 31 to 45 days after you sign up for the service. Sorry this offer cannot be combined with other offers, so no stacking a free Roku and a $20 Visa gift card.

Hulu is available on connected TVs and Blu-ray players, gaming consoles, set-top boxes, and mobile phones. Migrate your viewing experience seamlessly across devices: start watching on your phone, continue watching on your TV. If you want this deal you must subscribe through a special page Hulu has created here:

This recent effort by Hulu seems to show how confident it is in its revamped service. So confident that it believes if you sign up for the freebies you will keep paying for the service.

Legal details:

*Must subscribe to 2 months of Hulu Limited Commercials plan or No Commercials plan in order to receive gift card. Gift card will be sent between 31 and 45 days from sign up to the email address used to sign up. Valid for new and eligible returning subscribers. Plans start at $7.99/month, plus applicable taxes. Commercial-free option available for $11.99/month, plus applicable taxes. Cannot be combined with other offers.

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  • Scott Lewis

    It’d make sense for Hulu customers to cancel and sign up on another email address for a couple of months just to get this deal.

    • JJ

      If you’ve been a subscriber for a while and you try to cancel sometimes they will offer you a free month to not cancel.

      • Norman

        I have canceled and gotten some emails from them, but don’t recall the offers. I actually like the service. Watched the original Danish version of “The Bridge” on Hulu. I decided to kick around other services for a while, checking the pay boys out one or two at a time. I plan to head back to Hulu. Hopefully, they’ll be offering their live service with a tie-in at a reasonable price to their library of shows. If their live tv has enough of what i like, then both will be great, but time will tell.