Harry Potter is a film series based on the eponymous novels by J. K. Rowling. The series is distributed by Warner Bros. and consists of eight fantasy films, from Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone(2001) to Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part II(2011). The Harry Potter film series stars Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter, Rupert Grint as Ron Weasley, and Emma Watson as Hermione Granger.
HBO Max is currently home to the entire “Harry Potter” franchise and is the exclusive streaming home of the first three “Fantastic Beasts” movies. Additionally, HBO Max is the only place to stream the 20th anniversary “Harry Potter” reunion.
HBO Max was officially reborn as Max on May 23, 2023, but the Harry Potter are still there.
HBO Max changed to Max on May 23, 2023 with all new plans. There are three plans to choose from:
With Ads – $9.99/month or $99.99/year (16% savings)
Ad Free – $15.99/month or $149.99/year (over 20% savings)
Ultimate Ad Free – $19.99/month or $199.99/year (over 16% savings)
Ad-free and Ultimate Ad Free subscribers can download movies and tv shows on your phone or tablet to watch offline, although you are limited to 30/100 downloads at one time (across all profiles and devices). Once your account has 30/100 downloads, you’ll need to delete downloads on a device before you can download something. Unwatched downloads expire after 30 days or 48 hours after you start watching (or when the show or movie leaves the Max service). Once expired, you can renew or delete a download. If the titles leave Max, there is no way to renew.
Besides HBO Max, the 8 Harry Potter films are also on Peacock. Peacock Premium costs $4.99/month. You can also sign up for an annual membership, which costs $49.99/year.
Max itself doesn’t offer free trial, however, if you have Hulu subscription, you can access Max as add-on, which offers 1 week free trial. Don’t have Hulu subscription? Sign up for Hulu free trial first. Hulu itself offers one month free trial on its $7.99/month ad-supported plan and $14.99/month ad-free plan.
If you have Amazon Prime Video subscription, you can also get Max free trial.
After the free trial, if you watch Max often, you can save money by subscribing to an annual plan rather than its monthly plan – ad-supported $99.99 a year and Ad-Free $149.99 a year.
If you watch Max randomly, you can subscribe to HBO Max for one month, watch your favorite movies and shows as many as possible, then cancel the subscription and go back again when there is something you want to watch.
During your free trial or subscription, whether ad-supported or ad-free, you can use Pazu HBO Max Video Downloader to download your favorite movies and TV shows to MP4 and watch them whenever you want, even after cancelling HBO Max subscription.
Pazu HBO Max Video Downloader is developed to download 1080p movies and TV shows from HBO Max to MP4/MKV on Mac and Windows. After that, you can watch the HBO Max MP4 downloads on any device without HBO Max app. What’s more the downloads will never expire.
Even if you only have HBO Max as-supported subscription, you can download HBO Max movies and TV shows to MP4 with Pazu HBO Max Video Downloader.
Step 1: First, you need to install the software on the device whether it is Mac or Windows. After launch the software, it will redirect to the screen where you have to log in your HBO Max account.
Step 2: After logging into your account, type the show or movie you want to download in the search field and click the search icon.
Step 3: Click the gear icon on the top right corner to select the video format, codec, audio and subtitle languages, output folder, etc.
Step 4: After doing all the changes, simply click on the download button. For movie, the downloading starts immediately. For TV show, you will be presented with all episodes. Select the seasons and episodes you want to download.
Further, if required you can change the subtitle and audio track by clicking on the gear-like icon.
To see all the downloaded items, go to the History tab.
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