ESPN Plus Bundles: Disney Plus, Hulu, and More

Did you know there's more than one way to bundle ESPN+? Our experts break down the many ways you can bundle ESPN+ with Disney+ and Hulu.

ESPN+, Disney+, Hulu Bundle

Price: $13.99–$75.99/mo.

Free trial: N/A

Features: Live sports, on-demand movies and TV series

ESPN+, Disney+, Hulu
ESPN+, Disney+, Hulu (no ads)
ESPN+, Disney+, Hulu + Live TV
ESPN+, Disney+, Hulu + Live TV (no ads)
ESPN+ and Sling Orange (sold separately)
Price Channel count Details
$13.99/mo. N/A View plan
$19.99/mo. N/A View plan
$69.99/mo. 70+ View plan
$75.99/mo. 70+ View plan
$41.99/mo. 30+ View plan

Data effective as of post date. Offers and availability may vary by location and are subject to change.

While ESPN+ still has a lot to offer as a standalone streaming service, it’s at its best when paired with a live TV provider, especially one that carries the traditional ESPN channels. Keep scrolling to learn which plans—including the Disney bundle—offer you the most bang for your buck when signing up for ESPN+.

Bundling ESPN Plus with another service

On its own, ESPN+ costs $6.99 a month. It’s not a bad price considering all the league coverage and original content it has to offer. But if you want more entertainment options in addition to ESPN+’s sports programming, it’s time to consider the many bundling plans available.

Our favorite ESPN+ bundle option is the basic Disney bundle. For $13.99 a month, you’ll get ESPN+ with Disney+ and on-demand Hulu. That saves you $7.98 a month compared to purchasing all three services separately. It’s a great deal, but it’s not the only Disney bundle variation out there.

ESPN Plus bundles and pricing

ESPN+, Disney+, Hulu
ESPN+, Disney+, Hulu (no ads)
ESPN+, Disney+
ESPN+, Hulu
ESPN+, Hulu (no ads)
ESPN+, Disney+, Hulu + Live TV
ESPN+, Disney+, Hulu + Live TV (no ads)
Price Details
$13.99/mo. View plan
$19.99/mo. View plan
$14.98/mo. View plan
$13.98/mo. View plan
$19.98/mo. View plan
$69.99/mo. View plan
$75.99/mo. View plan

Data effective as of post date. Offers and availability may vary by location and are subject to change.

Bundling ESPN Plus with Disney Plus and Hulu

The $13.99-a-month Disney bundle option is our favorite because it’s an inexpensive way to access ESPN+, Disney+, and on-demand Hulu. Though, there’s also a $19.99-a-month option if you don’t want ads on Hulu.

Disney+ features hit movies and TV series from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to The Mandalorian. You can’t go wrong with a streaming service dedicated to the House of Mouse and its other hubs like Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, and National Geographic. It’s no wonder we’ve named it our favorite streaming service for kids.

Hulu, meanwhile, is an on-demand service with an immense library of its own. It includes classic and current shows, as well as award-winning originals like The Handmaid’s Tale and The Beatles: Eight Days a Week. Hulu is also the streaming home of FX Networks, a major selling point for fans of American Horror Story and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.

If you’re already a Disney+ or Hulu subscriber, you can sign up for the bundle with your current account information. Once signed up, your monthly fee will automatically adjust so you get the savings you deserve with all three services.

Bundling ESPN Plus with Disney Plus and Hulu + Live TV

If you’re a fan of shows like SportsCenter and Pardon the Interruption, you won’t get them with ESPN+. You’ll also miss out on certain live events like Monday Night Football and college football bowl games that air exclusively on channels like ESPN and ESPN2. That’s why ESPN+ operates at its best when you also have access to the traditional ESPN channels.

The easiest way to get ESPN+ along with ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNEWS, and ESPNU is to sign up for the Disney bundle with one of the Hulu + Live TV options.

Bundling ESPN+, Disney+, and Hulu + Live TV costs $69.99/mo. with on-demand Hulu ads, or $75.99/mo. without on-demand Hulu ads. Either plan is a good option because you’ll get 70+ live channels with Hulu + Live TV—including those valuable ESPN channels. You’ll also get 50 hours of cloud DVR space and up to two simultaneous streams.

Pairing ESPN Plus with other TV services

If you’re not interested in bundling ESPN+ with Disney+ and Hulu + Live TV, you can still pair the service with other live TV plans.

Of course, this means you’ll be subscribing to a whole other TV service on top of ESPN+, so you won’t get the kind of discount that the Disney bundle affords you. But you may still get exactly the content you want for a much lower monthly fee, depending on what service you pick.

For example, if saving money is what you’re after, we recommend Sling TV’s Orange plan. For $35 a month, you’ll get 30+ live TV channels including ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN3. Paired with an ESPN+ subscription, your monthly bill will be $41.99. That’s much cheaper than combining ESPN+ with any bundle plan that includes Hulu + Live TV.

There are several other live TV streaming services you can choose from as well. Head over to our Best Live TV Streaming Services guide to see a complete rundown.

Pair ESPN+ with a local TV provider

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Our sports experts spent over 100 hours exploring the various bundle options available for ESPN+ subscribers and testing ESPN+ hands on alongside Disney+ and Hulu + Live TV. We examined them based on prices, app features/compatibility, and the overall signup process. For more information on our methodology, check out our How We Rank page.

ESPN Plus bundles FAQ

How do I get an ESPN Plus bundle?

To sign up for the ESPN+ bundle, you can visit the ESPN+ homepage and select Get The Disney Bundle. From there, you’ll be redirected to the Disney+ website where you’ll complete the registration process.

Are deals available for ESPN Plus?

ESPN+ doesn’t offer your typical discounts, but you can save money on the service when you get it in one of the Disney bundle plans. You can save at least a few dollars each month by bundling ESPN+ with Disney+ and Hulu. Check out our ESPN+ bundle comparisons for more details.

Does ESPN Plus have gift cards?

You can send anyone a one-year subscription for ESPN+ in the form of a digital gift card. Simply select the ESPN+ Gift Subscription Card button at the bottom of the ESPN+ homepage. Click Buy Now on the next page, choose a delivery date, and enter that special someone’s email address. Easy-to-follow redemption instructions will arrive with the gift card, so you won’t need to worry about that.