Last year, Spotify and Hulu teamed up for a $5 bundle just for college students. Now, the brands are adding Showtime for no extra charge.
The music streaming company announced students in the United States will now have access to Spotify Premium, which is usually $10 a month; Hulu’s limited commercial plan, which is usually $8 a month; and the Showtime subscription, which is usually $11 a month.
Existing student users can log into their account to add Showtime, and new users will be able to take advantage of the deal for .99 cents for their first three months.
“Spotify Premium has just changed the content game for students. By joining forces with SHOWTIME and continuing our relationship with Hulu, Spotify Premium is now able to give students a complete world of music and video content, shows and film,” Alex Norstrom, chief premium officer at Spotify, said in a press release. “Never before have students had this level of streaming entertainment options, at this unprecedented value, all in one package.”
The latest Spotify deal is available now for students, ages 18 and older, who are enrolled at eligible colleges and universities in the U.S.
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