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Max annual plans are up to $60 off ahead of March Madness

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With Max, you can stream sports as well as shows and movies like Wonka and The Last of Us. | Image: Cath Virginia / The Verge

Whether you’re looking for cheap cable-free ways to watch the NCAA championship games or are simply worried about Max’s forthcoming password-sharing crackdown, today’s Max deal arrives at the perfect time. Right now, Max is taking an additional 30 percent off of its annual subscription for one year, for a total 40 percent discount compared to the cost of a monthly subscription. The annual plans start at $69.99 ($30), which is like paying $5.83 per month, but you can go ad-free for $104.99 ($50 off) while the Max Ultimate Ad-Free tier is down to $139.99 ($60 off). Even better, new, returning, and existing subscribers are eligible for this deal, so everybody can save.

The main difference between the plans is that the ad-free tiers let you…

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