How to Get Hulu Live TV for Cheaper

Live TV streaming services are pretty competitive in pricing. The slight difference in pricing and almost identical cable packages make it come down to nuances. For some, it might come down to a matter of $5 per month. If you are a Sprint subscriber, you can cash in on a deal that will help you decide which streaming service is best for your viewing habits.

How to Save $5 on Hulu Live TV

Hulu itself is a cheap service. You can join their On-Demand service for just $5.99 per month. It’s when you tack on Live TV where things can start to get a bit pricey for the money-conscious cord-cutter. The Hulu Live TV service starts at $44.99 per month. That price point doesn’t include add-ons such as HBO and Showtime.

Now, you can chop down that subscription to $39.99. At least, you can if you are a Sprint subscriber. As per their website, the mass communications company is eating $5 per month off your Hulu Live TV bill. These charges will come after an initial seven-day free trial after you sign up with the live television streaming service.

What is Hulu Live TV vs. Hulu?

In most markets, you can get several local affiliates with Hulu Live TV. This option is make-or-break for those who are local news junkies or love to watch live sporting events.

Here are the channels you can expect as a Hulu Live TV subscriber:

  • ABC
  • ABC News Live
  • A&E
  • Animal Planet
  • Big Ten Network (BTN)
  • Boomerang
  • Bravo
  • Cartoon Network
  • CBS
  • CBSN
  • CBS Sports Network
  • CNBC
  • CNN
  • CNN International
  • CW
  • Cheddar
  • Cozi TV
  • Discovery Channel
  • Disney Channel
  • Disney Jr
  • Disney XD
  • E!
  • ESPN
  • ESPN2
  • ESPNews
  • ESPNU
  • ESPN College Extra
  • ESPN Bases Loaded
  • ESPN Goal Line
  • FOX
  • FOX Business
  • FOX News
  • Food Network
  • FS1
  • FS2
  • FX
  • FXM
  • FXX
  • Freeform
  • HGTV
  • History Channel
  • Headline News
  • Investigation Discovery
  • Lifetime
  • MSNBC
  • MotorTrend
  • NBC
  • NBC Golf
  • NBC SN
  • National Geographic
  • Nat Geo Wild
  • Olympic Channel
  • Oxygen
  • Pop
  • SEC ESPN
  • Smithsonian Channel
  • SyFy
  • TBS
  • TCM
  • Telemundo
  • TLC
  • TNT
  • Travel Channel
  • Tru TV
  • Universal HD
  • USA
  • Viceland

To take advantage of the Hulu with Sprint Unlimited offer, click to start your free Hulu Live TV trial. After seven days of testing the service out, you have the option to quit. Otherwise, they will auto-subscribe you into a monthly service at the discounted Spring price point of $39.99.

How to Get Free Hulu

Not everyone needs live television. That is why millions use Hulu’s regular $5.99 per month service. With this version of Hulu, you get next-day episodes from almost every major network (excluding CBS, who has their own All Access streaming service). It’s like having DVR without paying for it.

As a Sprint subscriber, you are entitled to free Hulu each month. To get this reward, click activate now on the Hulu with Sprint Unlimited page. Once logged in, choose which phone you want to enjoy Hulu on.

That’s right. You must use a phone to take advantage of this offer. This caveat makes sense as Sprint just launched 5G in major markets. They’re looking to recoup on their investment. By covering your Hulu and making you watch it on the device their supplying data to, Sprint will be your ultimate cord-cutting supplier.

Once you finish choosing which device will get the free Hulu, they will send your phone a link. Follow the link and finish the activation process. You will immediately have access to Hulu originals and an on-demand library.

Want to Get Cheap Netflix Instead?

Sprint’s marketing ploy is following a precedent set by T-Mobile. They successfully launched their Netflix on Us campaign last year. Unfortunately for T-Mobile, they’ve had to incur the costs each time Netflix has bumped up their price.

As a result, T-Mobile is actually charging $2 extra to each of their bills. This change in price should in effect for the next billing cycle, as of press date.

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