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Max Is Offering 7-Day Free Trials Again, But Only For A Limited Time


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Max is currently offering a 7-day free trial to new subscribers. Although Max previously offered a free trial, the streaming service removed the option back in 2020, while the service was still operating at HBO Max. With the current free trial only available until June 23, its return is also only temporary.

The timing of the free trial is fairly interesting, as Max only just raised the price of its ad-free plans earlier this week. Following the latest price increase, the Ad-Free plan costs $16.99 a month and the Ultimate Ad-Free plan costs $20.99 a month. The With Ads plan was unaffected by the price increase and remains available at $9.99 a month.

The good news for new subscribers is that the free trial is available with all three tiers, so it doesn’t matter whether you sign up to the cheapest or most expensive plan. The free trial can also be used when signing up for an annual plan as well. However, as automatic billing is in effect, new subscribers will need to keep in mind that the subscription will auto-renew at the usual monthly rate once the free trial has come to an end.

In addition to the removal of the ads, the Ad-Free and Ultimate Ad-Free both unlock access to the ability to download videos for offline playback, and Ultimate Ad-Free further unlocks access to 4K Ultra HD and Dolby Atmos where available.

If you’re still unsure of whether the free trial is worth it, it might be worth taking a look at everything coming to the Max in June. Once again, the free trial is only available up until June 23, 2024.

John Finn


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