LAST CHANCE: Get HBO Max For Just $11.99 a Month (20% OFF) For Next Year If You Order By Today
HBO Max will launch tomorrow and they’re offer new — and returning HBO Now subscribers a discount when they pre-order the service. When you sign-up, you will get access to HBO Now immediately and will automatically get HBO Max when it launches on May 27th. You have to sign-up by midnight tonight to get in on the deal.
How to Get HBO Max $11.99 Deal
- Click here to activate the offer
- Click “Sign Up Now”
- Create Your Account
- Add Your Payment Information
- Click “Start Subscription”
With the deal you can still cancel anytime without penalty, but the price will go up to $14.99 a month after a year. If you subscribe to HBO Now through Amazon Channels or Apple TV Channels, you are eligible for the offer directly from HBO.
When the service launches on May 27, customers will have access to HBO Max on devices including Apple TV, Xbox, PS4, iOS, and Android. Normally, HBO Max cost $14.99 a month — the same price as HBO Now.
Te company recently announced its day one programming slate, which includes six all-new Max Originals – “Love Life” with Anna Kendrick, “On the Record”, “Legendary”, “Craftopia”, “Looney Toons Cartoons” and “The Not Too Late Show with Elmo”.
The originals will join a lineup of library and acquired programming including: Friends; The Big Bang Theory; Doctor Who; Rick and Morty; The Boondocks; The Bachelor; Sesame Street; The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air; CW shows such as Batwoman, Nancy Drew, and Katy Keene; the first season of DC’s Doom Patrol; The O.C.; Pretty Little Liars; the CNN catalogue of Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown; and much more.
Soon after, the platform offering will continue to grow, adding the libraries of South Park, Gossip Girl, The West Wing, and more within the first year of launch In addition to series, specials, and docs.
HBO Max will feature a rich library of more than 2,000 feature films within the first year, including such classics as Casablanca, The Wizard of Oz and The Lord of the Rings, every DC film from the last decade, and the revered films from Japan’s legendary Studio Ghibli animation house.