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It’s time for another Dealmaster. Our latest roundup of the best tech deals from around the web includes a limited-time promotion on HBO Max subscriptions. As of this writing, new and returning customers to the video streaming service can take 30 percent off a one-year subscription when they pay for the 12 months in advance. This brings the ad-free version of the service down from $150 to $105 (or just under $9 a month) and the ad-supported tier down from $100 to $70 (or just under $6 a month). The promotion technically went live a few weeks ago, but HBO Max says the deal will be available through October 30.

That said, this is still a fairly sizable discount. And even after shedding dozens of titles, HBO Max still has plenty of worthwhile binge fodder, including Ars-approved series like HacksHis Dark Materials, and The White Lotus, newer well-reviewed titles like The Rehearsal and Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon, and well-known fare like The SopranosSex and the City, and Curb Your Enthusiasm. If you aren’t fatigued by the glut of streaming services asking for your attention these days, or if you’ve been looking to give the service a try anyway, this is a decent deal. Just note that the offer can not be used to extend an existing membership.
Beyond that, our roundup also has similar promotions for competing services like Disney+ and Peacock. And if you’ve got enough to stream as it is, we also have lower-than-usual prices on Apple’s iPad and iPad Mini, Wacom drawing tablets, gaming monitors, and tons of video games, among other well-reviewed tech gear. As we write this, we’re also seeing stock available for a PlayStation 5 bundle, though that could change quickly. In any event, you can find our full curated list of deals below.
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