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Disney Plus-Hulu-ESPN Plus bundle: How to sign up
In the early days of streaming, your only options were basically Netflix and Hulu. In 2022, there are a plethora of TV and movie streaming choices. The good news is that bundles are quickly becoming the name of the game. Disney is offering a bundle that includes Hulu, ESPN Plus, and Disney Plus.
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How to upgrade to the Disney Plus-Hulu-ESPN Plus bundle
If you have already subscribed to one of the services and want to get the bundle for all three, all you have to do is sign up for the bundle with your same Disney account. The company will automatically give you a credit each month for the difference that’s equal to the monthly value of your previous separate subscription. If you have signed up for two or all three services separately, then you will actually have to contact Disney’s Customer Service to get the bundle. You can do so 24 hours a day, seven days a week, by going to the Disney Plus support page.
Disney Plus-Hulu-ESPN Plus bundle: Price
Disney has confirmed that the price for signing up for the bundle is $13.99 a month. Hulu is currently $6.99 a month (with ads), ESPN Plus costs $6.99 a month, and Disney is $7.99 — so you’re getting a total savings of $8. The bundle is also less than Netflix’s most popular Standard monthly subscription price of $15.49. It’s also $1 less than the standard HBO Max subscription.
Is the Disney Plus-Hulu-ESPN Plus bundle ad-free?
The standard bundle price includes the Hulu subscriptions that has ads. However, you can get a version of the bundle with the Hulu No Ads subscription tier. That bundle costs $19.99 a month.
Can I get an annual subscription for the bundle?
Disney has not yet offered a yearly subscription for the Disney Plus-Hulu-ESPN Plus bundle. There’s no such plan for Hulu at the moment, but ESPN Plus is available for an annual fee of $69.99, and Disney Plus has a $79.99 yearly subscription option. Also, this bundle is currently only available for US residents.
Hulu + Live TV includes Disney Plus and ESPN Plus for free
Hulu + Live TV offers a way for cord-cutters to get over 75 live TV channels plus cloud DVR features and streaming from an unlimited number of devices at home, plus all the on-demand Hulu movies and shows. Recently, the service increased its price to $69.99 a month without ads and $75.99 a month without ads. However, these prices include full access to both Disney Plus and ESPN Plus for no additional cost.
What can you watch?
The bundle offers a ton of content for not a lot of money. Disney Plus is the company’s family-based service, with access to tons of classic and more recent animated movies and TV shows. Disney Plus also has movies and shows from its Marvel Studios and Star Wars divisions. It also has a selection of library content from National Geographic and its recently acquired 20th Century Fox movies and shows. In addition, Disney Plus will be the home to many original and exclusive movies and shows on its own. It’s starting with theatrical releases like Soul and Hamilton, along with shows like The Mandalorian and WandaVision.
See also: Here are the best Hulu originals
Hulu is already well established as a premier video streaming service. It will remain the best place to watch new TV episodes from Disney’s many broadcast and cable channels the day after they are shown on those outlets. It also has several classic TV series and movies. Hulu will continue to have more adult content compared to Disney Plus. It will also have its own original shows and movies, including the award-winning The Handmaid’s Tale and more.
ESPN Plus is, of course, the streaming service for sports fans. ESPN Plus offers fans both live and taped coverage of various sports events. It also has original shows and specials that are only available on the service.
How many devices can you have on the Disney Plus-Hulu-ESPN Plus bundle?
Because each service has different practices for how many devices you can have active at one time, you will need to be aware of each one. Hulu supports up to two devices at once, or an unlimited amount of devices if you have Hulu Plus Live Time and its Unlimited Screens add-on. Disney Plus supports up to four devices at once, and ESPN Plus lets you run up to three devices at once.
We will update this post with more info about the bundle as it evolves.