Disney’s upcoming streaming service Disney+ will be available as a $12.99 monthly bundle with ESPN+ and ad-supported Hulu.
That means the full Disney bundle (it owns ESPN and — thanks to the Fox acquisition — has a controlling stake in Hulu) will cost the same amount as Netflix’s standard U.S. plan. That’s also about $5 less than you’d pay every month if you signed up for each of the three separate subscriptions.
Here’s the question – would I still be able to do Hulu ad-free for a few bucks more?
Because right now, I’m paying $12 a month for that. Disney+ is coming in at $7 a month. They make that option available for less than $19, I’ll have an ESPN+ account for random UFC watches, why not?