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WhatNerd’s April 2019 Giveaway: $100 Hulu Gift Card

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WhatNerd has been around for just over one month at this point and we’re already getting some repeat visitors. That brings us so much joy, and we’re grateful for each and every one of our readers.

To show our appreciation, we run monthly giveaways.

Last month, we gave away a $100 Netflix gift card. This month, we’re giving away a $100 Hulu gift card. And in the months to come, we’ll even be giving away gadgets like streaming devices and e-readers.

A $100 Hulu gift card is enough for 16 months of Hulu With Ads or 8 months of Hulu Without Ads. I like Hulu enough to pay for it out of pocket and I highly recommend it. Here are some of the awesome TV shows I’ve enjoyed on Hulu:

  • Battlestar Galactica
  • Bob’s Burgers
  • Brooklyn Nine-Nine
  • Cowboy Bebop
  • Firefly
  • It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia
  • Naruto and Naruto Shippuden
  • One Punch Man
  • Scrubs
  • Superstore

Note: While our giveaways are open to all, participants must be subscribed to our WhatNerd Weekly newsletter to be eligible to win.

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How to Enter and Win!

WhatNerd: April 2019

Thanks for participating in this giveaway! While you wait for the winner to be announced, you can actually head over to their site and sign up for a free 30-day trial of Hulu. With any luck, you’ll win the giveaway and be able to continue your Hulu enjoyment without any hiccups.

Once you’ve done that, why not check out some of our articles while you’re here? You may find something that interests you over to the left or down below!

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Dana Rodriguez
Dana Rodriguez

Thanks! I entered!

wins4me
wins4me

I love Hulu, this would be great

Joel

Good luck!

Connie Danielson
Connie Danielson

ok thanks for the info on twitter

Connie Danielson
Connie Danielson

it says sorry twitter accounts are not allowed. entered ty

Joel

Sorry Connie! The giveaway platform we use, Gleam, has security measures that may disallow certain Twitter accounts.