Right in time for the new school year kicking off, Spotify and Hulu teamed up for an incredible bundle for students. You can get Spotify Premium as well as a Hulu subscription for $4.99 per month. Even if you have Spotify Premium already, you can get this bundle. You’ll receive Spotify’s unlimited streaming plan with no ads (Typically $9.99 per month) as well as Hulu’s base-level “limited commercial” plan (Typically $7.99 per month). The one drawback to the basic Hulu plan is that there is no option to upgrade to the commercial-free version or add extra services like HBO. If you already pay for Hulu, your account can be merged with the new Spotify bundle. From The Verge
This offer is open to undergraduate students, enrolled in a U.S. Title IV accredited college or university in the United States. Visit spotify.com/us/student to learn more about the bundle and eligibility requirements and to sign up. Existing Spotify Premium for Student subscribers should access their Spotify accounts to switch their plan to Spotify Premium for Students, now with Hulu.
If you want to sign up for the bundle you can do so HERE.
Investing can be intimidating, but despite all the hype, new and innovative ways to save and grow your money are hitting the app stores with surprising speed. Whether you want to play the cryptocurrency market or invest some spare change for the long term, here are five innovative alternative finance apps that we love. Acorns is so simple, you’ll wonder why it’s not standard. Just sign up for the service, link your cards to it, and every time you buy something, the service rounds up your purchases. So, if you buy something for $1.50, it rounds it up to $2 and invests the two quarters for you in a mutual fund. It’s dead easy, especially if you use your cards for everything, and as the app says, every mighty oak starts with an acorn.The one downside? Make sure you’re on top of your credit cards, because those extra pennies total up fast on your bill, too. Stash is a similarly painless investing app that lets you start with $5 and pick from a host of exchange-traded funds, or ETFs, essent…
The recent run of Batman comics by red-hot comic book writer Tom King has really leaned into Batman’s human side, exploring his loneliness, mental health and doomed romantic life more profoundly than any in recent memory. And now, it appears, the series is going to tackle yet another of the Dark Knight’s all-too-human experiences: lost faith.In a preview of an upcoming issue illustrated by Lee Weeks and released to Inverse, Bruce Wayne reveals that his father raised him as a Christian. Wayne’s father, as you may be aware, is no longer in the picture, and when he died, he took Bruce’s fledgling faith with him.
No word on whether or not Bruce is going to rediscover his faith as part of this story, but he’s not in a great place, generally. His bride-to-be, Catwoman, stood him up at the altar and he’s in trouble with the law for possibly botching a case. So, if ever there was a time for Batman to turn to a higher power, it might be now.You can read the full preview here.