Hulu: New LOWER Price (Only $5.99/Month!)

UPDATE: The free month of Hulu has been retired but now they've lowered the price to $5.99 per month 🙂

If you've been wanting to cut cable to save money and try out Hulu as an alternative – now is a GREAT time to do it!  Hulu just lowered their price to only $5.99/month (was $7.99 per month).  This comes on the heels of the Netflix price hike – and is a good alternative to the popular streaming service.

*NEW* if you've been hearing about Disney Plus coming out this Fall – you know it makes lots of sense to have Hulu now.

Disney owns Hulu and they'll be starting their own streaming service in November of 2019.  They've already mentioned the possibility of a Disney Plus Hulu package deal – which would make great sense for lots of families!  Since Disney has pulled their Disney movies, Star Wars movies, and basically all of their programming from Netflix, I foresee the Disney Plus + Hulu combo to become a super popular choice in the near future.

Best part?  Disney Plus will only cost $6.99 per month!

This is a chance to check out Hulu's fantastic lineup of shows and movies.  (I have to admit – I've LOVED having Hulu ever since signing up back in November!)

There's also a great lineup of kids shows, including nostalgic classics like Duck Tales (from back when we were kids) 🙂


Right now you can hop on either of these offers:

Hulu with No Commercials – $11.99/month afterwards


Hulu TV with Limited Commercials – $5.99/month  – this is a nice deal as it's regularly $7.99 per month!)

  • Stream on your favorite devices
  • Get unlimited access to the Hulu streaming library with limited or no commercials
  • Enjoy full seasons of exclusive series, hit movies, Hulu Originals, kids shows, and more
  • Switch plans or cancel anytime

If you've had Hulu before, I'd love to know if you've been pleased with it!


If you're curious about other ways to cut cable and save money, go HERE to find four more ways to ditch the cable bill too! 

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  1. Thank you! I got that Roku thingie you posted about last night. We are toying with the idea of cutting cable and this will give us an idea of what it’s like on the other side…for free! Thank you Laurie!

  2. We got rid of satellite about a year ago and love Hulu! We do pay closer to $50/month because we also have hulu live tv but its still cheaper than satellite! I was super skeptical about getting rid of satellite but so glad we made the change! Saves quite a bit of money!! We have hulu on the firestick.

  3. We have Hulu Live, which is different than regular Hulu and like it. Hulu Live gives you the ability to watch shows and sporting events live. It comes with a lot of cable channels too like ESPN and HTC and even Disney and Big10 network. You can record shows too. If course you need good internet service for both so it’s not buffering but nothing extreme. I think we have 60?

  4. I have had Hulu for years. The last 3 years I have been renewed for the $5.99 price. They just send me an email with a thank you for being a dedicated customer and that my $5.99 price will continue. It is a great way to cut the cord and save $$.

  5. If we already have Hulu, can we still get it for 5.99?

    • Hi Jessica! Hmm, that’s a great question! I’ve heard that the monthly fee will drop automatically, but you can always call their customer service to check for sure! 🙂 Hope that helps!

  6. We have had hulu for a while and love it. We cut the cable/dish years ago. Roku with the various streaming channels is the way to go plus we have an antenna in the attic for local channels (and backup to access news and weather if our cable gets knocked out in a big storm or hurricane (LA here)…mostly use Netflix, Hulu, vudu, and Amazon. So much cheaper than Cox cable or directv. We have also used sling and liked that. And I really liked Hulu live, but had to downgradr to regular hulu for a while to help cut monthly costs.

  7. Robin Brookshire says

    I signed up for a new Hulu subscription – and have eBates/rakuten and I got $5 cash back – so my first month is $.99!!

  8. When did Hulu raise their prices back up to $7.99? The price was supposed to have permanently been dropped to $5.99/month back in February.

  9. Hulu is PROBABLY cutting their price to try to draw in new people because they ran a bunch of people off by discontinuing device support for a lot of smart TVs. I am on the 99c deal from Black Friday, otherwise I would have canceled too.

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