It's only available to current Spotify Premium members in the United States, but this summer anyone can sign up for the package, the companies said.
Commencing today, Spotify's Premium users will be able to access a trial version of this exciting new pairing through a promotion that will give Hulu a mere 99 cents throughout a three-month duration.
The company has partnered with Hulu to launch a subscription for $12.99 a month to offer users both services. After the 3 months are up, you can either cancel or automatically upgrade to the Hulu Spotify bundle, charged at a rate of $12.99.
Still, if you're already signed up for both services, it's a quick and easy saving to make.
Spotify and Hulu are expanding their discounted bundle to bring both services to all users for just $12.99 a month. This saves you a total of $5 if you're opting to pay for the Premium Spotify subscription along with the standard Hulu subscription. Now, two of the biggest subscription services are teaming up for a new combo deal to entice customers.
Together, Spotify and Hulu have a "world of ad-free music" and a whopping 75,000 TV shows and movies to put at your streaming disposal on smartphones, tablets, computers, smart TVs and select digital media players.
Spotify and Hulu revealed a combined music-TV streaming package for students back in September.
Spotify chief premium business officer Alex Norstrom says that the success of the initial partnership with Hulu convinced the two companies to roll out other Hulu and Spotify bundles to benefit a more mainstream market.
Hulu's senior VP Tim Connolly agrees that the services Hulu offers dovetail nicely with Spotify.