Disney+ boasts one of the best values in streaming since its debut in November 2019. With monthly plans starting at just $6.99 and annual plans from $69.99, the service ultimately surpassed expectations while offering a low cost that families can afford. Such a low price for all the content within could never last though, and after nearly a year and a half at its debut cost, Disney Plus will see its monthly and annual subscription prices rise for the very first time in the United States beginning tomorrow, March 26.
Disney's streaming service has already raised its price in several other countries around the world as of February 23, and in the United States, the price will be rising to $7.99 monthly or $79.99 annually. Then again, If you don't want to get stuck paying a higher subscription cost, there's still one day left to sign up for Disney+ and lock in the original price. The annual subscription plan is an excellent way to sign up because it actually saves you more than 15% off the monthly cost — not to mention subscribing today is $10 more affordable than it will be tomorrow.
The Disney+ / Hulu / ESPN+ bundle subscription will also see a price increase by $1 beginning tomorrow, March 26. That brings its Limited Commercials plan from $12.99 up to $13.99 per month and from $17.99 to $18.99 per month for the No Commercials plan. You can also upgrade this bundle to include Hulu with Live TV for $72.99 per month.
Along with the iconic Disney movies and animated films we've all come to know and love, Disney+ includes a wide selection of shows and films from the Disney Channel, Marvel Studios, Star Wars, and National Geographic, as well as the entire slate of Pixar feature films like Finding Nemo, Toy Story, and the recently-released Soul. There are also original shows and films you can't watch anywhere else, like The Mandalorian and Hamilton. Your subscription unlocks the ability to stream even when you're away from home; just download the Disney+ app on your smartphone or tablet to begin watching wherever you go.
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