Disney has announced today that they officially have a bundled price for their Disney+ with Hulu and ESPN+ streaming services.
To have all of these three streaming services on your package, Disney is only going to be charging $12.99 a month for all three. This will include Disney+, Hulu (with ads) and ESPN+, which at the time will be nice for the November and December college football games, the beginning of college basketball and the other exclusive content ESPN provides with ESPN+.
If you are not wishing to bundle Disney+ with any other streaming services, the service alone will cost $6.99 per month.
Needless to say, Disney has done an outstanding job marketing this product and making it affordable for the average household. It will also be making it harder for other new streaming services set to come this year and in 2020, such as Apple TV+ (set to launch this fall) and HBO MAX, which is set to launch in Spring 2020 and rumored to cost $15 a month.
It is also expected to take a hit on Netflix’s users since Netflix does start at $8.99 per month in price and going up to $15.99 per month. Also, Netflix will lose most of their Disney-owned content on the service, which will likely get put on Disney+.
All seasons of The Simpsons are set to be an exclusive to Disney+, the same way that HBO MAX will be the exclusive streaming provider for Friends in 2020.
Disney+ is set to launch on November 12, 2019 and will essentially be a streaming service where you’ll be able to find nearly every Disney movie and TV show that has ever been made by them, which does include Pixar and Marvel films.