You can get a huge deal if you sign up for this Disney+ bundle
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New streaming service Disney+ is available now, and more than 10 million people have already signed up. But there’s a way to get in on all the fun that could save you a bunch—a bundled deal that gives users access to Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ for a single monthly fee of $12.99. This deal saves you about $5, or 25% of the normal cost for the three services.
What can you watch with the Disney+ bundle?
Disney’s new direct-to-consumer streaming platform provides access to thousands of episodes of television and hundreds of movies from the Disney Vault, Lucasfilm, Marvel, National Geographic, Pixar, and more. Among the biggest highlights are the exclusive Disney+ Originals, including a full slate of live-action Marvel and Star Wars shows, like "The Mandalorian", as well as 30 seasons of the beloved animated sitcom "The Simpsons." And all your favorite Disney classics—"Beauty and the Beast," "Lilo & Stitch," "Mary Poppins," "Pirates of the Caribbean," "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs"—are included, as well.
Normally, Disney+ costs either $6.99 per month or $69.99 a year, Hulu starts at $5.99 per month, and ESPN+ begins at $5 per month or $50 annually, so you could pay almost $18 per month if you sign up for the three services individually. Once you’ve signed up for the three-in-one Disney bundle, you’ll be given new accounts for the two additional services, too. Watching content from each will require its own separate app and login: Disney+, Hulu, and the ESPN App.
With this new package deal, you’ll be given access to Hulu programming that’s supported by advertising. Hulu includes exclusive TV shows like "30 Rock," "Adventure Time," "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," "Family Guy," "Futurama," "Killing Eve," "King of the Hill," "Lost," "Preacher," "Rick and Morty," "Seinfeld," and "Teen Titans Go!" It also includes an extensive library of new and classic films. With ESPN+, you can stream thousands of live sporting events across the MLB, NBA League, NHL, MLS, UFC, and more, along with original series like "The Fantasy Show with Matthew Berry."
Can you save money on the Disney+ bundle if you already subscribe to ESPN+ or Hulu?
If you’re already an existing subscriber to either Hulu or ESPN+ (or both), you can still sign up for the Disney bundle price. Consult the Disney+ Help Center guide for any technical questions you might run into, but signing up for the bundle with your existing Hulu email—or linking your ESPN login to your Disney+ account—should take care of most of the work.
Once you’ve upgraded from an existing deal to the monthly all-in-one bundle subscription, Disney will credit the resulting savings toward your new total price. If you receive Hulu as part of a Spotify subscription, however, you won’t be eligible to upgrade directly to the bundle using that account.
What can you use to watch the Disney+ bundle?
You'll need a streaming device in order to watch Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu. You can watch Disney+ on a large number of streaming-capable devices, such as Roku TVs and devices, desktop PCs (in your web browser), Android phones and tablets, Apple iPhones and iPads, Android TV devices, Samsung Tizen smart TVs, Sony PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Amazon FireTV, Apple AirPlay, and Google Chromebook and Chromecast.
Hulu is available on Android phones and tablets, Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, Echo Show, Fire tablets, Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, iPhones and iPads, select LG TV models, Nintendo Switch, Mac and PC browsers, PlayStation 3 and PS4, Roku and Roku Stick, Samsung TVs, VIZIO SmartCast, Windows 10, Xbox 360, and Xbox One.
ESPN+ works with Android and iPhone mobile devices, most web browsers, Apple tvOS, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Roku, Samsung Tizen smart TVs, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
This Disney bundle is only available to U.S. residents.
Prices were accurate at the time this article was published but may change over time.