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HBO Max Deal Lets You Subscribe For 50% Off

Everyone who signs up by September 26 can do so for only $7.50 per month for the ad-free version.

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HBO Max is offering its best deal yet, giving new and returning subscribers the ability to sign up for HBO Max for only $7.50 per month. That's 50% off the normal $15/month price for the ad-free version of the subscription service.

WarnerMedia is rolling out this deal after HBO content was removed from Amazon Prime Video on September 15. The deal also kicks off just as Clint Eastwood's Cry Macho comes to HBO Max and a month before Dune releases in October.

As an unexpected bonus, the deal also applies to new and returning HBO Max users who might have canceled and now want to come back. Existing HBO Max subscribers, however, can't extend their existing membership with this deal. However, they seemingly can if their monthly or yearly plan expires on or before September 26, which is when the new offer expires. The $7.50/month offer is good for up to six months.

HBO Max contains a big library of TV shows and movies from the WarnerMedia catalog. The latest big new release is Clint Eastwood's Cry Macho, which is out today, September 17. All of WarnerMedia's 2021 movies, including Dune and The Matrix Resurrections, will come to HBO Max this year alongside their theatrical releases.

For more, check out GameSpot's roundup of the best streaming services, including HBO Max, Netflix, Hulu, and more.

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