Disney+ getting price raise and ad-supported version in December 2022, Hulu to see price rise too

A new day is coming for Disney+ and its subscribers this holiday season.

The company announced today that its new ad-supported tier will cost $7.99 a month and its ad-free version will have a new cost of $10.99 a month (currently $7.99 a month) starting in December 2022.

Other Disney-owned streaming services will see price raises starting on Thursday, December 8.

Hulu with ads will have a new monthly price of $7.99 a month (previously $6.99 a month) and ad-free Hulu will cost $14.99 a month (previously $12.99 a month).

ESPN+ will be staying the same price at $9.99 a month.

When it comes to the Disney bundles, there are changes there too.

Ad-supported Disney+ and Hulu will cost $9.99 a month. To add ESPN+ to the bundle will cost an additional $2 per month, making it $11.99 a month for that add-on.

Ad-free Disney+ and Hulu will be priced at $19.99 a month.

For legacy Disney bundle customers with Disney+, ad-supported Hulu, and ESPN+ will pay $14.99 a month, which is just a $1 increase from its current price.

Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ are available to stream on the iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and Mac.

David Becker
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