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The Best Max Subscription Streaming Deals of 2024: Save 45% Off

The Best Max Subscription Streaming Deals of 2024: Save 45% Off

If you’ve yet to catch up on blockbusters like Dune and Barbie, hit series such as Succession and Curb Your Enthusiasm; or the popular Quiet on Set docuseries, you may want to take advantage of Max‘s soon-to-end streaming deal.

Through June 23, the Warner Bros. Discovery-owned streaming service (formerly HBO Max) is offering a free seven-day trial for eligible customers. That means you can try Max’s Ultimate Ad-Free tier (reg. $20.99 per month) with 4K Ultra HD streaming, immersive Dolby Atmos, up to 100 downloads and the B/R Sports add-on for free for your first week.

Max rarely offers free trials, and this summer deal gives new customers a chance to watch the latest movies and buzzy TV series before they decide to commit. The streamer offers three subscription tiers ranging from $9.99 per month for the ad-supported plan to $20.99 per month for the Ultimate Ad-Free package that includes 4K Ultra HD video quality and Dolby Atmos.

The promo comes after Max bumped its monthly fee for the ad-free plans by $1, bringing the prices up to $16.99 to $20.99 per month or $169.99 to $209.99 annually.

Keep reading below for more details on the best Max subscription deals, and what to expect with each streaming plan.

The Best Max Subscription Deals

Max is the best streaming service for anyone who wants to watch HBO TV shows, award-winning Max original series and Warner Bros. films straight out of theaters.

You’ll get access to Oscar-winning movies both new and classic including Barbie, Moonlight, Parasite, Good Will Hunting, The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers and more; Emmy-winning TV series such as Succession, The White Lotus, Abbott Elementary, The Last of Us, Last Week TOnight with John Oliver, Barry and others; NAACP Image Awards-winning HBO original shows like A Black Lady Sketch Show and We Own This City; and GLAAD Media Awards-winning content including Our Flag Means Death, The Sex Lives of College Girls and Jerrod Carmichael: Rothaniel.

Cord-cutters who already have a preferred streaming service can add Max’s channel to existing subscriptions of DirecTV (which has a free two-month trial to Max for a limited time), Prime Video (which is offering a seven-day free Max trial) and Hulu. Max add-ons are $9.99-$15.99 per month in addition to each platform’s base plans.

Learn more about all of the best Max subscription deals below.

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Through June 23, new subscribers can try Max free for seven days.

The Max with Ads plan starts at $9.99 per month ($99.99 annually) and includes streaming on up to two devices and full HD video quality. Those who prefer a commercial-free experience can upgrade to the Max Ad-Free plan for $16.99 monthly (or $169.99 per year) and includes all of the above, plus 30 downloads to watch content offline later; or the Ultimate Ad-Free package, which is $20.99 per month or $209.99 annually and includes streaming on up to four devices, 4K Ultra HD video streaming, Dolby Atmos audio when available and 100 downloads.


Prime Video has a seven-day free trial for the Max channel, which costs $9.99 per month with ads or $16.99 monthly without ads in addition to Prime membership or Prime Video fees. Prime membership costs $14.99 per month or $139 annually and includes free access to Prime Video; free same-, next- and two-day shipping; and access to deal events and exclusive savings; among other perks. If you prefer just the streaming service, the standalone Prime Video subscription is $8.99 per month.

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DirecTV offers a free two-month trial of Max; after that, the subscription auto-renews at $15.99 per month in addition to DirecTV’s monthly fee of $69.99 and up. Learn more here.

Max is available as an add-on on Hulu, which offers a one-month free trial for its own streaming plans. Although there aren’t any deals on the Max add-on, you can get a free month of Hulu’s ad-supported plan ($7.99 per month) or the ad-free tier ($17.99 per month). The Max add-on is $15.99 per month, so new Hulu subscribers will pay just that price for their first 30 days.

There’s also the Hulu + Live TV subscription that includes Disney+ and ESPN+ starting at $76.99 per month; no free trial is available at the moment.

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