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Last Weekend To Save On Max Annual Plans (Including Existing Subscribers)

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This is the last weekend to save more than usual on a Max annual plan. Last month, the Warner Bros. Discovery service launched a new promotion that offers big savings on its yearly subscriptions. However, that promotion is due to end on Tuesday, April 9.

As a reminder, Max’s cheapest plan costs $9.99 a month or $99.99 a year. The current promotion takes $30 off the ‘With Ads’ annual plan price, lowering the cost down to just $69.99 for the first year, equivalent to paying $5.83 a month for the first 12 months. For those wanting ad-free Max, the standard Ad Free plan is currently down to $104.99 (normally $149.99) and the Ultimate Ad Free tier is down to $139.99 (normally $199.99) for the first year.

What was additionally notable about this promotion is that it doesn’t exclude existing subscribers. Those already signed up to a monthly Max plan can easily switch to the annual version of the same plan and take advantage of the same discount.

While those already signed up to a Max annual plan can also secure another year at a cheaper price, the one caveat is that they cannot extend their current subscription. Instead, they need to either upgrade or downgrade to one of the other plans. For example, existing With Ads annual subscribers can get a year of Ad Free for $104.99 while existing Ad Free annual subscribers can get a year of With Ads for $69.99 or Ultimate Ad Free for $139.99.

It is additionally worth noting that it doesn’t seem to matter when that annual subscription is due to end. For example, Streaming Better switched from the monthly plan to an annual plan earlier this week and found that the discounted subscription takes effect from the next billing date. Although that’s only a matter of weeks for us, others have reported being able to switch annual plans and save in spite of their existing annual subscription not expiring for a few months.

As far as we are aware, there is no upper time limit on this, so regardless of when your existing subscription is due to end, it should be possible to lock in the current sale price before the deal ends.

John Finn

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