HBO Max subscriptions are currently 20% off for a full year — Starting at $7.99 per month

HBO Max is having a rare sale on its subscription plans. The regular ad-free plan, which normally costs $14.99 per month, is on sale right now for $11.99 per month. The ad-supported plan, which normally costs $9.99 per month, is on sale for $7.99 per month. If you sign up, you’ll receive this discounted rate for the next 12 months. That saves you $36 for the year with the regular plan and $24 if you go with the ad-supported plan. Be careful not to choose the annual payment option because that is not currently discounted. This sale will end on January 25th.

2 comments
  1. TechyChris says:

    Hmm… Is this a good thing or a bad thing?
    Obviously when first launched HBO Max had no intention of showing “In Theatre” Movies at home for free. But Covid forced their hand. Desperate times as they say. Their profit margins must be wildly skewed from what was originally forecasted.
    That being said, last year many media outlets published a list of “Major in Theatre” films HBO Max would offer up for free (with subscription).
    Is there a new list for this year and how does it compare to last year’s windfall?

  2. TechyChris says:

    I did a little digging and found this “unofficial” list of “Major Theatrical Releases” scheduled to air on HBO Max throughout 2022. I hope it helps some with their subscription decisions:
    The Batman, Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore, Batgirl, DC League of Super-Pets, Untitled Elvis Presley Project, Black Adam, Salem’s Lot, Don’t Worry Darling, The Flash, Creed III, Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom.
    These are all NEW 2022 films; some are obviously reboots and sequels hence the titles. Averages out to about 1 Film per month, probably making the subscription worthwhile, depending on your movie preferences.

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