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HBO Max 50% off for 6 Months

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So... umm yes this is for those living in the US, visiting the US, wanna share with your ameri friends or know how to get this through other means in Canada,

but right now HBO Max has a deal for 50% off for 6 months, and the deal is til September 26th.

https://thestreamable.com/news/deal-ale ... ercent-off

HBO Max: get-hbo-max-subscription-canadian-guide-2428855/
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HBO Max in US is offering Ad-free plan for 50% off for 6 months which will be $7.49/month USD. Requires VPN

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Offer valid from September 17, 2021 through September 26, 2021. This offer is ONLY for new and returning HBO Max customers. Offer valid in the U.S. only. Offer available at HBOMax.com and via the following participating subscription provider platforms: Apple, Google, Roku, LG, Microsoft, Sony, and Vizio. Offer may only be redeemed once and cannot be combined with any other promotional or free trial offer for HBO Max. Eligible consumers who take advantage of this promotional offer will get access to the HBO Max Ad-Free monthly plan at a discounted rate of $7.49/mo. (plus applicable tax) for the first 6 months. You can cancel anytime. To sign up, you need a valid method of payment. After your discounted 6-month subscription period, your subscription will auto-renew each month at the then-current subscription price for the HBO Max Ad-Free monthly plan (currently $14.99/mo. plus applicable tax), on a recurring basis, unless you cancel before the renewal. To cancel your subscription, see Subscription in your settings of HBO Max. If you cancel your subscription, you will continue to have access to HBO Max for the remainder of time you have already paid for.
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You also need an American credit card, right?

For those interested, you can sideload the APK and use it in tandem with a VPN.
After that, verify your email and then try to play something. It'll ask you to choose a plan.
From there, you'll have the option to get this deal billed through Google Play.

Basically the same idea as Discovery+, but even more tedious.
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It's easier to just hit the high seas and keep some money in your pocket.
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karyuudo wrote: It's easier to just hit the high seas and keep some money in your pocket.
Technically it's more illegal as you're actively bypassing a lock (geo-block) where a file download already has it bypassed by someone else.
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Ruciz wrote: Technically it's more illegal as you're actively bypassing a lock (geo-block) where a file download already has it bypassed by someone else.
That’s like saying I didn’t steal that but the person who did gave it to me for free.
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Good deal. I re-subscribed through my USA Roku account.
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Very tempted. With the $15 plan, it seems you can get the warner bros movies same time it releases on big screen:

www.androidauthority.com/amp/warner-bro ... s-1186443/

Looking forward to Dune(Oct2021) and Matrix(Dec2021)..

6 months would capture both, not sure yet what 2022 brings..

With several movie goers in the household and new atmos set-up, i’m in!!
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kaijujager wrote: Very tempted. With the $15 plan, it seems you can get the warner bros movies same time it releases on big screen:

www.androidauthority.com/amp/warner-bro ... s-1186443/

Looking forward to Dune(Oct2021) and Matrix(Dec2021)..

6 months would capture both, not sure yet what 2022 brings..

With several movie goers in the household and new atmos set-up, i’m in!!
WarnerMedia will be moving away from this model in 2022. Instead, movies earmarked for theatrical release will run in cinemas exclusively for 45 days. Those planned for online release will stay out of theaters with the possible exception for limited runs in select theaters if they are expected to be Oscar contenders as per award show eligibility.


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If they would allow this Canada it would take out Netflix, crave and all of the traditional cable providers within a year.
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hi-tech wrote: If they would allow this Canada it would take out Netflix, crave and all of the traditional cable providers within a year.
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hi-tech wrote: If they would allow this Canada it would take out Netflix, crave and all of the traditional cable providers within a year.
Lol take out netflix?
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Savario wrote: That’s like saying I didn’t steal that but the person who did gave it to me for free.
More that you're still a thief even if you pay for the service, so why bother
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It didn’t take out netfix in us, who’s would it in Canada?
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Netflix Canada is in many ways inferior to Netflix U.S. - With Netflix recent price increases, increasingly crappier offerings and subpar sound and video, why would anyone use it over HBO max?
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Ruciz wrote: More that you're still a thief even if you pay for the service, so why bother
Bypassing a geo block is just like cross border shopping, the rights holder still gets paid. Piracy is just theft.
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Wriggler wrote: Bypassing a geo block is just like cross border shopping, the rights holder still gets paid. Piracy is just theft.
No. It's not like that at all. You're technically stealing from the Canadian rights holder who paid for the distribution rights by bypassing HBOs geo-block. Not at all the fallacy you present.
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hi-tech wrote: If they would allow this Canada it would take out Netflix, crave and all of the traditional cable providers within a year.
I respectfully disagree with this point.
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Wriggler wrote: Bypassing a geo block is just like cross border shopping, the rights holder still gets paid. Piracy is just piracy.
Fixed.

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