Disney Bundle: get Disney Plus, Hulu and ESPN Plus for just $12.99

The Disney Plus landing page on a connected TV device, displaying some of the content in the Disney Bundle.
Get Disney Plus, ESPN Plus and Hulu for $12.99 a month with the Disney Bundle. (Image credit: Disney Plus)

Streaming fans can generally unite around one thing: the Disney Bundle is the ultimate way to save money on three of the best streaming services in the US.

This popular streaming deal lets you subscribe to Disney Plus and Hulu, and optionally ESPN Plus too if you like, while only paying a fraction of the price they would individually. Well, that's usually the case, but a limited-time Hulu deal makes that extremely cheap if you want to test that out on its own.

Prices now range from $9.99 per month to $19.99 per month, with options between too. We'll run you through the options below, so you know which to pick. According to an earnings report, 40% of Disney Plus subscribers use the Bundle — it's that popular.

With the Disney Bundle, you get all the benefits of a Disney Plus subscription. You'll be able to watch everything on the House of Mouse's streaming service, including new and exclusive movies and shows as well as classics from the Disney vault and everything from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Plus, you'll also be able to enjoy all the great shows that are available on Hulu and all the live and on-demand sports content you could want with ESPN Plus, too.

Disney bundle price and tiers


Lightyear is one of the movies available on Disney Plus. (Image credit: Disney)

There are currently four tiers of Disney Bundle for you to pick from:

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Disney Bundle prices
Row 0 - Cell 0 PriceDisney PlusHuluESPN Plus
Basic 1$9.99With adsWith adsNo
Basic 2$12.99With adsWith adsWith ads
Premium$19.99Without adsWithout adsWith ads
Legacy*$14.99Without adsWith adsWith ads

The first Basic tier provides something that the original Disney Bundle didn't: an option for people who don't want sports. It's a new affordable tier that will likely prove very, very popular.

The second Basic tier is similar to the previous Disney Bundle option, costing a dollar less but bringing Disney Plus ads into the mix.

The Legacy tier won't be available to buy after December 8, but you can still use it. That's because, Disney Bundle subscribers from before then will automatically get transferred to the tier, keeping the same apps but for $1 more per month. New subscribers can't access it, though.

Finally, Premium is carried over from the old bundle, with no changes to the way it works. It's an ad-free experience, except for one thing: ESPN Plus always has ads, so there's no way of getting the app without them.

For a little bit of context Disney Plus and Hulu both cost $7.99 for their ad-enabled plan and $10.99 and $14.99 respectively for ad-free, while ESPN Plus is $9.99 (all monthly).

So you're saving money on whichever plan you pick — that's why the Disney Bundle is such a popular means of subscribing to platforms.

Disney Bundle old price

Previously, there were two Disney Bundle tiers available.

The main one cost $13.99 per month and got you Disney Plus (back before there was an ad-enabled tier), Hulu with ads and ESPN Plus.

You could upgrade to a $19.99 tier to remove ads from Hulu, an option which is still available in the new formation.

When was the Disney Bundle first introduced?

The Disney Bundle has been available in the US since Disney Plus was launched. Speaking about the combined streaming package at its launch, Disney CEO Bob Iger said: "The positive response to our direct-to-consumer strategy has been gratifying, and the integration of the businesses we acquired from 21st Century Fox only increases our confidence in our ability to leverage decades of iconic storytelling and the powerful creative engines across the entire company to deliver an extraordinary value proposition to consumers."

Tom Bedford
Streaming and Ecommerce Writer

Tom is the streaming and ecommerce writer at What to Watch, covering streaming services in the US and UK. His goal is to help you navigate the busy and confusing online video market, to help you find the TV, movies and sports that you're looking for without having to spend too much money.

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