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You can bundle Disney Plus with ESPN+ and Hulu for $14/month.
The package saves you $12/month compared to getting all three services without the bundle.
Bundles with ad-free Hulu ($20/month) or Hulu + Live TV ($70/month) are also available.
Disney Plus is one of the most popular streaming services around, hosting iconic brands like Marvel, Pixar, and Star Wars. But Disney Plus isn’t the company’s only streaming platform.
ESPN+ and Hulu are also both owned by Disney and can be packaged with Disney Plus as part of a discounted bundle. The bundle saves you 25% compared to the regular combined price of all three subscriptions.
Together, the three services give members a well-rounded assortment of programs to watch. Hulu helps supplement Disney Plus with tons of network series and a bigger library of original content geared toward adults. Meanwhile, ESPN+ adds live NFL, MLB, NHL, and UFC matches to the mix, along with other sports programming.
Right now, the bundle is available in a few different tiers, but some changes are coming in December. Here’s everything you need to know about all of the current and upcoming Disney Bundle options.
How much does the Disney Plus Bundle cost?
The Disney Bundle with Disney Plus, ESPN+, and Hulu is available in a different packages, with prices currently starting at $14 a month. That said, slight adjustments to pricing and package options are coming on December 8 when Disney Plus launches its new ad-supported tier.
Here’s a full breakdown of Disney Plus Bundle prices
Disney Bundle plan
Price starting December 8
Disney Plus (Ads) and Hulu (Ads)
Disney Plus (Ads), Hulu (Ads), and ESPN+
Disney Plus (No Ads), Hulu (Ads), and ESPN+*
Disney Plus (No Ads), Hulu (No Ads), and ESPN+
*This plan will only remain available for members who sign up before December 8.
How to sign up for the Disney Plus Bundle
If you live in the US, signing up for the Disney Plus Bundle with Hulu and ESPN+ is as simple as visiting the Disney Plus website and selecting the plan you want.
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