Thanks to a new partnership between Warner Bros. and HBO Max, you won’t have to risk visiting a movie theater in 2021 to see the latest blockbuster films. And, thanks to a limited-time HBO Max deallimited-time HBO Max deal, you can watch flicks like In The Heights, Space Jam: A New Legacy, The Suicide Squad, Dune, and Matrix 4 for less.
Now through March 1, new and eligible returning subscribers can prepay to save more than 20% on six months of HBO Max—available now for $69.99. Considering a monthly plan costs $14.99 (which amounts to $89.94 for six months), viewers can save nearly $20.
Simply visit the HBO Max site, click “Get the Deal” on the banner at the top of the page, and create an account. At the end of the six months, your subscription will automatically renew at $14.99 per month unless you cancel it.
This deal comes alongside news that 17 major Warner Bros. films will debut on the streaming service the same day they hit US theaters. Parent company WarnerMedia, anticipating that COVID-19 will keep most moviegoers home this year, is making it easier to keep up with new releases like The Little Things, Judas and the Black Messiah, Tom & Jerry, Godzilla vs. King Kong, and Mortal Kombat. Each movie will appear on HBO Max the same day it lands in theaters, stick around for 31 days, then leave the service again.
HBO Max subscribers can also watch everything from HBO originals—including The Sopranos, Game of Thrones, and Euphoria—to binge-worthy TV (The Big Bang Theory, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air) and iconic films (Spirited Away, The Dark Knight) on almost any device, including Amazon Fire TV and Fire tablets, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, PS4, Samsung Smart TV, Xbox One, and more. Here’s a full rundown of what’s new on HBO Max this month.