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WarnerMedia expands 20 per cent rebate on HBO Max memberships

WarnerMedia expands 20 per cent rebate on HBO Max memberships

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New Delhi [India], January 16 (ANI): The discount on HBO Max that should end on Saturday (local time), has been extended until March 1, 2021.
As indicated by The Verge, the fine print of the offer hasn't transformed: user can get a half year subscription of HBO Max for 20 percent off the ordinary absolute cost, which is generally Dollar 90 before the charge. A user will pay Dollar 70 with this arrangement (it resembles paying just of Dollar 12 every month rather than Dollar 15), however, the catch is that one needs to prepay in full and it would be nonrefundable.
This discount is available to both new and returning HBO Max endorsers, yet it can't be stacked with a free trial or some other advancement.
WarnerMedia commenced this arrangement toward the beginning of December 2020 closely following Warner Bros. reporting that its 2021 record of movies would make a big appearance on HBO Max close by the dramatic deliveries and stay accessible to stream for 30 days. 'Wonder Woman 1984' was the first of its movies to dispatch, and users will have a couple of more weeks to get that one before it would be a theater-elite, according to The Verge.
It will have a few additional motion flicks expected to dispatch consistently, including 'The Little Things', 'Judas and the Black Messiah', 'Tom and Jerry', 'Godzilla versus Kong', 'Mortal Kombat', 'Those Who Wish Me Dead', 'The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It', 'In The Heights', 'Space Jam: A New Legacy', 'The Suicide Squad', 'Reminiscence', 'Malignant', 'Dune', 'The Many Saints of Newark', 'King Richard', 'Cry Macho', and 'Matrix 4'. (ANI)

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