Hulu Cyber Monday deal: 75% off and add Disney Plus for $2.99 per month

Hulu and Disney Plus are available in a bundle costing just $4.98/month this Black Friday 2022.
Hulu and Disney Plus are available in a bundle costing just $4.98/month this Black Friday 2022. (Image credit: Hulu)

It's never been a better time to start streaming on Hulu and Disney Plus and both are on sale for Cyber Monday.

While most streaming services continue to raise their prices, Hulu is offering a special Black Friday deal this year which is continuing into Cyber Monday to get you streaming some of the best science and sci-fi content around. Right now, you can get a year's worth of streaming on Hulu for just $1.99 a month  — a discount of 75% off the usual subscription price of $7.99 a month. 

Even better, Hulu and Disney Plus are partnering to offer a bundle for just $2.99 more a month, bringing the total to just $4.98 for a bundle of both of these top-notch streaming services. Both deals are still available through Cyber Monday, but once the sale event ends they'll likely be gone.

If Hulu and Disney Plus aren't your preferred streaming services, check out our other Cyber Monday streaming deals to satisfy your sci-fi cravings. You can also see our latest Cyber Monday deals for non-streaming bargains.

now $4.98/month

One year of Hulu and Disney Plus - was $7.99/month now $4.98/month.

Hulu and Disney Plus are offering a bundle of the two streaming services during Black Friday and Cyber Monday, making it easier than ever to jump in to streaming some of the best TV shows and movies around like 'Andor,' 'The Handmaid's Tale' and 'Lightyear.'

, now $1.99 a month

One year of Hulu only - was $7.99/month, now $1.99 a month now $1.99/month.
Save 75% off Hulu subscriptions.
Hulu is offering 75% off its streaming service with ads during Black Friday and Cyber Monday, making it easier than ever to jump into streaming some of the best TV shows and movies around.

Hulu offers a wide selection of sci-fi and space-themed films and television shows available for streaming, including both "Predator" and "Prey,"  "The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy," "Battlestar Galactica," and "Another Earth." No matter what your streaming tastes are, chances are Hulu has something for you.

Disney Plus, meanwhile, is currently cranking out some of the best "Star Wars" content in the franchise's long and storied history. From the gritty realism of "Andor" or "The Mandalorian" to the animated lore-building of "Tales of the Jedi," Disney Plus has enough new "Star Wars" to keep even the most die-hard fans occupied. 

There's also plenty of content on Hulu for the space-loving little ones in your life such as the Jon Favreau-directed film "Zathura: A Space Adventure" or "Endlings," an overlooked outer space adventure from 2020 that features kids traveling throughout the galaxy to save and collect wild and fantastical forms of alien life. Disney Plus, meanwhile, offers the out-of-this world action of "Lightyear" in addition to classics like "Wall-E" and "Treasure Planet."

Aside from space-related content, Hulu and Disney Plus offers a vast library of content sure to please any household. From dramas, documentaries, comedies and thrillers, Hulu has TV shows and films spanning the entire gamut of streaming video. Hulu also features a wide range of original content such as the award-winning dystopian series "A Handmaid's Tale" to the sci-fi comedy "Future Man" and the horror anthology "Monsterland."

This Cyber Monday Hulu deal is targeted mainly towards new subscribers, but if you previously subscribed to the streaming service and have since canceled, you can also qualify for this deal — but only if you have not used Hulu in the last month.

If Hulu and Disney Plus aren't your thing, Peacock is 80% off and Paramount Plus is discounted 50% off for Cyber Monday!

Be sure to check out's Cyber Monday Space deals, or our guide to the best streaming deals.

Join our Space Forums to keep talking space on the latest missions, night sky and more! And if you have a news tip, correction or comment, let us know at:

Brett Tingley

Brett is a science and technology journalist who is curious about emerging concepts in spaceflight and aerospace, alternative launch concepts, anti-satellite technologies, and uncrewed systems. Brett's work has appeared on The War Zone at, Popular Science, the History Channel, Science Discovery, and more. Brett has English degrees from Clemson University and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. In his free time, Brett is a working musician, a hobbyist electronics engineer and cosplayer, an avid LEGO fan, and enjoys hiking and camping throughout the Appalachian Mountains with his wife and two children.