- A new
DisneyBundle that includes access to Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu without ads was announced in mid-December and is now finally rolling out to all users.
- The new bundle costs $18.99, $6 more than the bundle that only delivers Hulu access with ads.
With 86.8 million paying subscribers as of early December 2020, Disney+ is a huge success. It only took the service a little over a year to reach that milestone, and Disney+ isn’t available in nearly as many markets as Netflix. At just $6.99 per month, Disney+ is a steal compared to other services, especially if you were lucky enough to get one of the early deals that further lowered that entry price tag. Spend $12.99 per month instead, and you get the Disney+,
There was one way to get Hulu (No Ads) included in the $12.99 bundle. You had to sign up for the service separately with the same email address tied to Disney+. But
That might be $6 more than you’d pay for the bundle with ads, but it’s still a better value than subscribing to all three services separately. The Hulu version without ads costs $11.99 per month on its own.
Disney’s new $18.99 bundle is finally rolling out, so anyone can sign up for the new offer or upgrade the $12.99 monthly plan.
It’s unclear how the
To sign up for the new
If you’re still unsure whether the streaming service is worth it, we’ll remind you that Disney+ is now streaming the first Marvel Studios TV series, WandaVision. On top of that, the first two seasons of The Mandalorian await new Disney+ subscribers, as well as plenty of original content from all the studios under the