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How to Get a 7-Day Free Trial to Hulu + Live TV

Switch from YouTube TV and Save $10 a Month with Hulu + Live TV

Jason Gurwin

YouTube TV announced that they have raised the price of their Live TV Streaming Service to $64.99 a month. With the 30% price hike, it now costs $10 a month ($120 a year) more than Hulu Live TV ($54.99), after a 7-Day Free Trial.

If you’re looking for other alternatives to YouTube TV, whether a similar channel package or a lower price, we’ve got you covered. We compared channels, DVR, pricing, and plans of six alternatives for YouTube TV subscribers.

How to Get a Free Trial of Hulu + Live TV

  1. Click Here to activate a 7-Day Free Trial of Hulu
  2. Select Hulu + Live TV
  3. Create Your Account
  4. Add Your Billing Info
  5. Click “Submit” and Start Streaming

For the $10 less than YouTube TV, you’ll get 26 channels of the 35 Top Cable Channels, including your local RSN. The service carries a similar number of ABC, CBS, NBC, and FOX affiliates than YouTube TV, so you’re likely to get them in your area.

In comparison to YouTube TV, you’ll lose AMC, BET, Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, Paramount Network, VH1, and WE tv, but you’ll gain A&E, History, and Lifetime.

They are the only service that carries all Fox Sports RSNs including YES Network, Fox Sports West, and Fox Sports Prime Ticket across markets — which YouTube TV no longer carries.

If you’re a College Sports fan, you’ll also get ACC Network, Big Ten Network, SEC Network, ESPNU, and CBS Sports Network.

Cloud DVR

Includes 50 Hour DVR (but you canโ€™t skip ads), can upgrade to 200 hour DVR for $9.99 a month, which includes the ability to fast-forward through ads.

Max Streams

Includes up to 2 Simultaneous Streams, but can upgrade to Unlimited Screens in your home (and 3 on mobile) for $9.99 a month.