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How much is the Disney Bundle?
One of the better streaming deals out there — assuming you’re in the US, and interested in all the content — is the Disney Bundle, a.k.a. the Disney Plus Bundle. Find out how much the bundle costs, what’s included, and questions you need answered before subscribing.
The standard Disney Bundle starts at $12.99 per month, and includes Disney Plus, Hulu, and ESPN Plus. A $19.99 version strips out most (but not all) ads on Disney and Hulu. If you're not interested in sports, you can pay $9.99 for a Disney/Hulu bundle with ads.
What you get with the Disney Bundle
The standard Disney Bundle is priced at $12.99 per month, and incorporates Disney Plus, Hulu, and ESPN Plus. To eliminate (most) ads from Disney and Hulu, you’ll have to spend extra on a $19.99 plan that still omits Hulu with Live TV.
A more recent addition is the Duo Basic bundle, which kicks out ESPN to lower the price to $9.99. There’s no ad-free version of it, however.
Check out some of the highlights of the three services:
- Most movies and TV shows from Disney, Marvel, Pixar, Star Wars, The Muppets, and associated brands/studios
- Exclusive original shows like Andor, The Mandalorian, and She-Hulk
- National Geographic documentaries and reality TV shows
- Some Fox content such as The Simpsons
- A rotating list of thousands of movies and TV shows from sources like ABC, NBC, Disney, Fox, FX, and Cartoon Network
- Original movies and shows, like The Handmaid’s Tale and Only Murders in the Building
- News content from ABC, Axios, Vice, and other sources
- Paid options to integrate services like Cinemax, Showtime, and HBO
- An optional Live TV upgrade
- A mix of live and on-demand sports content, including the ability to rewind live events
- Covers many MLB, NHL, NBA, and PGA matches, as well as boxing, soccer, college sports, and UFC
- Limited NFL content
- Stats, highlights, and analysis
- Integration with some league-based outside services, like MLB.tv and NHL.tv
- Documentaries such as the 30 for 30 series
Frequently asked questions
No. While you can use the same login for Disney Plus and ESPN Plus, all three services require you to watch in their respective apps.
In most cases, complete the usual Disney Bundle sign-up process. If you’re paying for any of the services already, your billing will be adjusted to match the bundle discount.
Note that you can’t get the Disney Bundle through Hulu if you’re being billed through a third party like Spotify, Roku, or Apple. You may be able to sign up through Disney Plus instead.
Aside from a lower price than the services would cost on their own, not particularly.
Sadly, no. It doesn’t even extend to Canada, or US territories like Guam and Puerto Rico.
No. If you want a sampler, you’ll have to sign up for individual trials of Disney Plus and Hulu. There is no ESPN Plus trial.