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Free HBO Max and Cinemax for 5 Days With YouTube TV

by David Miklos Hazi
Cord Cutting News

Starting June 17th and ending June 21st, YouTube TV will be offering a free 5-day preview of HBO Max and Cinemax. To kick off summer YouTube TV customers will see the channels added to their accounts automatically and they will disappear at the end of the preview unless you decide to subscribe full time.

If you use the custom grid guide you will need to manually add the channels by going to “Settings” and then “Live guide.” The channels will be available in the YouTube TV grid guide.

Most of HBO and HBO Max content will be available; however, HBO Max originals will only be available through the HBO Max app which is not included in the preview.


YouTube TV e-mails customers about this promotion:

Start your summer stream fest with 5 free* days of iconic movies and shows. Your free HBO Max and Cinemax previews start Thursday, June 17.

You’ll have the whole weekend (and then some) to explore HBO Max fan favorites like Wonder Woman 1984, HBO classics like Game of Thrones and The Sopranos, new HBO Originals like Mare of Easttown and The Nevers, and recent movie releases like Tenet and The High Note… and there’s more on Cinemax. Tune in to popular series Warrior and Strike Back, action-packed classics like Rambo, and movies ranging from The Invisible Man and Just Mercy, to Cats and Emma.

Don’t worry – after your 5 days are up, this access will be removed from your service. No action is needed on your part.

Thanks for being part of the YouTube TV family, and happy watching.

HBO Max is the official streaming app of HBO and is priced at $9.99/mo. with ads and $14.99/mo. without ads. Cinemax is a premium channel typically offered as an add-on for most streaming services. Popular Cinemax titles include Alita: Battle Angel, Rambo, The Invisible Man, along with original series like Warrior, Jett, and Strike Back.

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