Most streaming services are raising their subscriptions prices and Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+, all owned by Disney will shortly be following suit. Disney+ is rolling out an ad-supported plan starting on December 8th, which is the same day that the prices on most plans on Disney’s three streaming services will increase. Disney+ with ads will cost $7.99 a month, which is the current monthly price of the standard no-ad Disney+ plan. If you don't want any adds, the plan will cost $10.99 a month starting in early December, or $109.99 annually. Here's the full breakdown of how much each Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ plan will cost starting on December 8th.
Disney+ (with ads) - $7.99/mo
Disney+ (no ads) - $10.99/mo, $109.99/yr
Hulu (with ads) - $7.99/mo, $79.99/yr
Hulu (no ads) - $14.99/mo
ESPN+ (with ads) - $9.99/mo, $99.99/yr
The subscription price hike for ESPN+ will take effect on August 23rd and both Hulu subscription price jumps will be effective starting on October 10th. Disney hasn’t announced if the cost for student discounted plans will change.
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