Sign Up for Hulu and HBO for Only $13 per Month

Watch Game of Thrones, Westworld, and more.

If you’ve been missing out on the latest seasons of Game of Thrones, Westworld, or Silicon Valley but haven’t wanted to pay the full price for HBO service, now’s your chance to catch up with this seriously good deal.

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Pay less than the regular monthly cost of HBO alone.

For a limited time, Hulu is letting you add on HBO service to any of its packages for a mere $4.99 per month, or $10 off the normal rate. Hulu packages run from $7.99 for the limited commercials option and $11.99 for the no commercials option. If you choose the limited commercials option, you’re paying $12.98 per month for both Hulu and HBO. You’re getting both subscriptions for less than the regular price of HBO service alone.

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Game of Thrones is an HBO Exclusive.

The big draw here is that you’ll have access to HBO exclusive shows such as Game of Thrones and Westworld, two of the biggest and most popular shows on TV right now. You’ll also get access to several other HBO favorites like Silicon Valley, Boardwalk Empire, True Blood, and Band of Brothers.

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So is Westworld.

Of course you’ll also get access to Hulu’s entire streaming library. That includes several IGN favorite animated series like Bob’s Burgers, Family Guy, South Park, Rick & Morty, Adventure Time, every single episode of Naruto Shippudden, and much more.

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Watch all 597 episodes of Naruto Shippuden with your Hulu subscription.

This price is only valid for 6 months, after which the cost of HBO will be adjusted to $14.99 per month. There is no contract so you are free to cancel anytime. Hulu with HBO subscribers can watch HBO Live streams can use their Hulu accounts to log into HBO Now. This deal won’t last forever, so jump on it now if you’ve been wanting to watch these shows..

Eric Song is IGN’s deal curator and spends roughly 1/4 of his income on stuff he posts. Check out his latest Daily Deals Article, follow him at IGN Deals on Twitter and Facebook, and subscribe to his IGN Deals Newsletter.

SOURCE: IGN.com

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