Unsurprisingly, HBO is not slashing the price of its streaming service out of the kindness of its heart. Earlier this week, HBO left Amazon’s Prime Video Channels. So, in an effort to keep them around, HBO is cutting the price of subscriptions for its ad-free plan in half for 10 days. The Hollywood Reporter says HBO lost around 5 million subscribers when it left Prime Video Channels. The company wants to win back many of those subscribers with this promotion.
HBO also wants to remind new and returning subscribers about the day-and-date movies coming to the streaming service in the coming months, including Dune and The Matrix Resurrections:
For the remainder of the year, the
HBO Maxad-free plan will continue to offer day-and-date premieres of Warner Bros. films in the US, arriving in theaters and on the platform on the same day. Currently, in theaters and on the platform is “Malignant,” the latest creation from the Conjuring universe. “Cry Macho,” from Clint Eastwood, arrives today. Following in October is “The Many Saints of Newark,” a Sopranos story, and the highly anticipated Dune. November brings King Richard, with Will Smith as the father determined to write his daughters, Venus and Serena, into history. “The Matrix Resurrections,” the latest in the groundbreaking franchise, arrives in December.
Beyond the Warner Bros. movies, HBO and
As HBO explains in the fine print, this offer is available to both new and returning customers. Have you had an