You can now get Spotify and Hulu for $12.99 a month

Key Points
  • Spotify and Hulu announced a $12.99 per month plan that offers access to both services.
  • Spotify typically costs $9.99 per month while Hulu with limited ads costs $7.99.
  • It's a savings of $5 for people who currently pay for both services.
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Spotify and Hulu announced a joint plan for customers on Wednesday that offers access to both services for $12.99 per month.

Users will save $5 by signing up for both. Spotify Premium costs $9.99 per month for ad-free service and access to its music library. Hulu's "limited ads" service costs $7.99 per month.

The companies are also offering a promotion that allows subscribers to test the limited-ad plan for 99 cents for three months before they're billed the full $12.99 for the bundle. Here's how that pricing works, according to Hulu:

You'll pay one bill to Spotify for both services. Your first month is the price of your Premium plan plus the Hulu 3-month trial price. After your trial, you'll then start paying $12.99/month for both. Here's what it looks like:

1st month: $9.99 + $0.99 + tax
2nd month: $9.99 + tax
3rd month $9.99 + tax
Following months: $12.99 + tax

The new option is currently only available to users who pay for Spotify Premium, though Hulu said it plans to offer it to everyone sometime this summer.

Of note: Spotify offers a $14.99 a month premium subscription for families, though there's currently no option to add Hulu if you're paying for that.

Disclosure: Comcast, which owns CNBC parent NBCUniversal, is a co-owner of Hulu.