Disney+ Prices Have Officially Gone Up
The streaming juggernaut is raising its prices from monthly, to yearly, to bundles.
Disney+ has been around for almost a couple years, and the streaming service has raised prices for both its monthly and yearly subscriptions. As of March 26, a month-to-month plan now costs $8 (up from $7), and yearly subscriptions now costs $80 (up from $70).
Further information about this increase are detailed on the Disney+ Help Center, and yes, this affects the bundles as well. The Disney Bundle that comes with Disney+, ESPN+, and ad-supported Hulu will become $14 per month--again just raised $1 since they're currently at $13. While the three-in-one plan with ad-free Hulu jumps to $20 from $19 per month.
If are billed for your Disney+ subscription through a third-party app like Google, Apple, Amazon, Roku, etc, you will be charged the new price on your first billing date on or after March 26th, 2021.
There is a lot coming to the service in the upcoming months, with Loki premiering in June and The Falcon and Winter Soldier currently airing on Fridays. Fans will also finally be able to watch Black Widow in July as well, with a rental cost of $30.
In addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe movies and TV shows, Disney+ also features content from Pixar, Star Wars, National Geographic, and more. The service recently hit a major milestone as it now has 100 million paid subscribers worldwide. During the announcement, Disney CEO Bob Chapek said "Our direct-to-consumer business is the company's top priority, and our robust pipeline of content will continue to fuel its growth."
For more on Disney+, check out what's coming to the service in April 2021.
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