What you need to know
- ESPN+ is getting more expensive for both monthly and annual subscribers.
- The Disney bundle remains unchanged.
The Disney bundle just got more compelling as a result.
ESPN+ is getting more expensive as of August 13, with the monthly fee increasing by $1 and the annual option by $10.
The change will see a month of ESPN+ cost $6.99 per month while those paying for a year upfront will pay $69.99 as of mid-August. However, anyone who wants to take advantage of the Disney bundle of ESPN+, Disney+, and Hulu will still pay just $14 per month, making that particular offering even more of a compelling option than it already was.
The news was shared to Twitter by Walter Bloomberg.
WALT DISNEY CO – BEGINNING AUG. 13, PRICE OF AN ESPN+ SUBSCRIPTION WILL CHANGE TO $6.99/MTH AND $69.99/YEAR (FROM $5.99 AND $59.99 RESPECTIVELY)
PRICE FOR THE DISNEY BUNDLE (DISNEY+, ESPN+ AND HULU) REMAINS UNCHANGED
PRICE FOR UFC PPV EVENTS REMAINS UNCHANGED$DIS
— *Walter Bloomberg (@DeItaone) July 12, 2021
The move comes after Disney+ saw its own monthly $1 and $10 annual price increases earlier this year. Disney+ now costs $7.99/month or $79.99/year
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