Google has partnered up with HBO for its latest deal. It’s offering three months of free access to HBO Now to customers who either buy the new Chromecast Ultra or last year’s Chromecast device.

As always, conditions apply, though. The offer is valid for purchases between November 23 and December 24 and should be redeemed by January 8 at the latest. It is also only available for new users. So, if you already have an HBO Now subscription, you won’t get an additional 3-month access to the service. Sorry.

The Chromecast Ultra currently retails for $69 on Google’s Store, while its predecessor is available for only 25 bucks. The devices will transform your regular TV into a smart TV, so you’ll be able to access the HBO Now service on your big screen and start watching the popular Westworld series everyone has been raving about.

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Please note that after the three-month promotional period, HBO will start charging your credit card on a recurring basis — 14.99 bucks each month. So in case you don’t like the service and decide to call it quits after the initial three months, make sure to cancel your subscription on time.

Are you thinking about taking the deal? If you are, visit the Google Store by clicking the button below.

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