Like nearly every streaming service these days, Disney is raising the prices of its ad-free Disney Plus and Hulu plans. Starting tomorrow, October 12th, Disney Plus will go from $10.99 per month to $13.99, while its annual ad-free plan will go from $109.99 to $139.99. In addition, Hulu’s no-ads tier will increase from $14.99 a month to $17.99.
Thankfully, there’s still time to save on either plan ahead of Disney’s price hike. If you subscribe to a year of Disney Plus Premium today, you’ll be able to get a full year for $109.99 before having to fork out an extra $30. Just make sure to mark your calendars as you’ll be charged $139.99 on the next billing date, which will be a year from now.
You can also save if you subscribe to the month-to-month plan before October 12th, albeit nowhere near as much. If you subscribe before October 12th, you’ll be charged $10.99 for your first month of Disney Plus. You’ll then have to pay $13.99 per month like everybody else after your first billing cycle, but that’s still a savings of $3.
The same logic applies to the Disney Bundle Trio Basic and Premium plans. These include ad-supported and ad-free versions of Disney Plus and Hulu, respectively, with both offering ESPN Plus with ads. If you subscribe before October 12th, you’ll be charged $12.99 for the first month of the ad-supported Basic bundle or $19.99 for the Premium ad-free package. The price hike will kick in on your second billing cycle, so you’ll pay $14.99 and $24.99, respectively.
Alternatively, you can still get three months of Hulu with Live TV for $49.99 per month until the end of today, October 11th, before the price jumps to $76.99. The promo is available to both new subscribers and those who haven’t been subscribed to Hulu within the last month. The bundle includes access to ad-supported Hulu, Disney Plus, and ESPN Plus. That means you can watch NFL games, stream Star Wars shows like Ahsoka and The Mandalorian, or binge on Hulu’s latest seasons of The Bear and Futurama.