Just in time for Labor Day weekend, HBO Max will be offering a discounted subscription price when you sign up for 12 months. Starting today, September 4, new and returning customers can get a full subscription to HBO Max for $11.99/month (regularly $14.99), which is a savings of $36 over one year.
“We are always looking for ways to enhance our customer experience, so as we head into fall we felt it was the perfect time to pair the incredible lineup of original programming available on HBO Max with an offer that provides customers with even more value,” said Andy Forssell, Executive Vice President and General Manager of WarnerMedia and Direct-To-Consumer. “We are lucky to work with the level of talent that is part of our WarnerMedia family, and with series like Raised By Wolves from Ridley Scott and HBO’s Lovecraft Country from Misha Green, J.J. Abrams and Jordan Peele, there is truly no better time to get HBO Max.”
This limited-time offer is available to any new customers and returning subscribers whose accounts have lapsed, through Sept. 25, 2020, with the option to cancel anytime.
A subscription to HBO Max gives you instant access to more than 10,000 hours of content, including HBO, Warner Bros, DC, and more, along with HBO Max Originals. Check out our post on everything coming to the streaming service in September.
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