Bidenflation: Warner Bros' Streaming App Max Abruptly Hikes Prices

Bidenflation: Warner Bros’ Streaming App Max Abruptly Hikes Prices


Joining so many other services in the era of Bidenomics, Warner Bros. Discovery is hiking the subscription rates for its Max streaming service just ahead of the debut of season two of its popular House of the Dragon series, which will drop on June 16.

The price hikes took effect on June 4 and will see the streamer’s ad-free tiers all going up in price. The lowest ad-free tier will go up a dollar a month to $16.99, while the annual lump sum will jump from $149.99 a year to $169.99. Also, the “ultimate” plan will jump to $20.99 a month, or $209 annually — the latter a $10-per-year rise.

The lowest tier, which contains ads, will remain unchanged at $9.99 a month, Variety added.

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