Disney+ is officially available in the US for $6.99 a month (or $69.99 for a full year paid upfront), but for those who want a little more content, there’s a bundle offer that’s pretty enticing. Now you can get a Disney Plus bundle with Hulu and ESPN+ for $12.99 a month — a savings of about $5 a month.

To help you better understand the Disney+ bundle and if it’s right for you, we’ll go over exactly what you get in this package and answer a few questions you might have.

Disney Plus Bundle Cost & Details

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The Disney+ bundle costs $12.99 a month and gives you subscriptions to Disney+, Hulu (w/ limited ads), and ESPN+. Separately, these services would cost you about $18 a month, so you’re saving $5 a month.

There are, however, a few things you should know about this bundle:

  • While ESPN+ standalone subscribers have access to 5 simultaneous streams, you’ll be limited to 2 simultaneous streams on ESPN+ if you use this bundle.
  • While Hulu’s limited commercial subscribers normally get 2 simultaneous streams, bundle customers will be limited to 1 stream.
  • You can stream Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ all at the same time across your different devices.
  • Sign up for the bundle deal here

Can Current Hulu Subscribers Add the Disney Plus Bundle?

Yes, current Hulu subscribers can bundle their service with Disney+ and ESPN+, but there are some important exceptions.

If you already have Hulu bundled with Spotify, you will not be able to get the Disney+ bundle offer.

If you subscribe to the Disney+ bundle, you will not be able to switch your Hulu plan or purchase any add-ons offered by Hulu, such as Hulu Live TV, Hulu without commercials, Showtime add-ons, and any other upgrades.

Can Current ESPN+ Subscribers Add the Disney Plus Bundle?

Yes, if you already have ESPN+, you can add the Disney+ bundle to the same email address associated with your ESPN account. However, if you signed up for ESPN+ through a third-party platform (such as through your iPhone or a streaming player) and haven’t created an ESPN account, Disney says they “are not able to identify you as an existing subscriber when you subscribe to the Bundle. You are responsible for managing your ESPN+ subscription. If you have questions or need assistance, please contact Disney+ Customer Service.”

What Content Do You Get with the Disney Plus Bundle?

With Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ all combined, you get access to a ton of content. Disney+ will get you access to family-friendly shows and movies, Hulu gets you access to on-demand content that’s a bit more adult-oriented, and ESPN+ gives you a huge selection of live and on-demand sports programming.

Here’s a closer look at some of the content you’ll get with this bundle:

  • Disney+–Movies and TV episodes from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, Nat Geo, FOX, and more. Highlights include Star Wars films (original trilogy, prequels, Rogue One, Force Awakens), most of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Simpsons, Toy Story 1-3, Cars, A Bug’s Life, The Incredibles, X-Men and Spider-Man animated series from the 90s, Boy Meets World, Darkwing Duck, Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella, The Little Mermaid, Pinnochio, Bambi, The Lion King, High School Musical, original Disney+ content (The Mandalorian Star Wars series is the key here), and so much more. Check out our Disney+ review to learn more.
  • Hulu–Tons of on-demand TV shows and movies, including Hulu original series (The Handmaid’s Tale, The Path, etc.), all of FX’s original series, recent episodes of network TV series, and much more.
  • ESPN+–Live sports from UFC, MLB, MLS, World Soccer (UEFA, Serie A, EFL), Tennis (Wimbledon, Australian Open, US Open), NHL, College Football, College Basketball, NBA G League, and more; ESPN+ Originals (The Boardroom, Peyton’s Places, Sneaker Center, Detail, Dana White’s Contender Series, etc.); full 30 for 30 library, and more. Check out our ESPN+ review for more info.

Is the Disney+ Bundle Worth It?

If you’re someone who wants access to a broad range of content that includes family-friendly entertainment, shows and movies teens and adults can love, and sports, the Disney Plus bundle is definitely a great value.

However, if you don’t care about sports or don’t like what Hulu has to offer, this might not be the deal for you.

Remember, you can always try Disney+ free for 7 days first to see if you like it before you commit to the bundle offer.

Click here to sign up for the bundle or to learn more.

Chris Brantner

Author Chris Brantner

Chris Brantner follows the streaming video industry closely and has reported on it for years. He's also the editor in chief for Streaming Observer. Email him at [email protected] Disclosure: Streaming Observer is supported by readers. Articles may contain referral links. For more information, see the disclosure at the bottom of the page.

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