HBO Max Offers a Big Discount on Subscriptions

Credit: HBO Max

Credit: HBO Max

The HBO Max subscriptions via Amazon Prime Video Channels had officially come to a close and with this, WarnerMedia is eyeing to get these customers back by offering a big discount when one subscribes from September 17 up to September 26. This is to offset the almost 5 million subscribers they lost and to encourage new and old customers to continue using their streaming platform.

The deal would be 50% off of the original subscription rate which will last for six months from the date of availing the discounted price. This means that instead of paying $14.99 every month, you can get the HBO Max subscription for just $7.49 a month for the ad-free monthly plan of the streaming platform.

The discount could be availed of through or on their other distribution partners such as Google, Apple, Microsoft, Vizio, LG, Roku, or Sony.

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HBO Max is one of the largest streaming platforms in existence. It houses the whole Warner Bros. slate which would be having the same-day release as that in theaters and such films would be available for a month from its released. In 2022, Warner Bros. has in store at least 10 exclusive movies which would be out on HBO Max.

Various films are coming into the library of HBO Max such as James Wan's Malignant, just in time to welcome the Halloween season in a few days, and Clint Eastwood's Cry Macho which would both be on the streaming platform this September. For the next month, Dune of Denis Villeneuve will arrive and The Many Saints of Newark as well.

This fall, HBO Max is expected to have King Richard of Will Smith and by the end of the year, The Matrix Resurrections will be arriving on the streaming platform.

The promotion only lasts until September 26 so avail now for a subscription of $7.49 every month for six months.

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