Disney Announces Disney+, Hulu And ESPN+ Bundle For $12.99 A Month

Contributed by Ciana Moore

Walt Disney Co. has announced that its new streaming service Disney+ will be available through a bundle with Hulu and ESPN+ for $12.99 a month. This will save customers $5 per month from if they were to pay for all three separately.

While the cost is slightly more than Walt Disney Co. CEO Robert Iger had originally projected, however the cost is still impressive when compared to competitors Netflix and Amazon Prime. Netflix premium is $15.99 per month while Netflix’s most common plan is $12.99. Amazon Prime is also $12.99 per month or $119 per year.

For the price of one of the most popular streaming services, Disney+ members will receive three and customers have already shown their excitement.

Many have joked on social media that Netflix is “over.” Will Disney+, Hulu and ESPN+ actually take Netflix and Prime customers?

Disney+ will be available starting Nov. 12. Disney announced earlier this year that all of its 2019 movie releases such as Avengers: Endgame and The Lion King live-action will be available to stream strictly on Disney+ after they leave theaters. Customers can also expect exclusive content including movies and tv shows.