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On our Hulu Deals page, we’ve highlighted ways to save a few bucks on your Hulu subscription, like combining Hulu with Spotify or Sprint. Good to know if you’re a student or a Sprint customer.
But our favorite is still the Hulu/Disney+/ESPN+ bundle subscription for $13.99 a month. There are even a few variations on this deal, which is already one of the best in the streaming biz.
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For that $13.99 a month—or $19.99 a month for Hulu with no ads—you get access to on-demand Hulu, Disney+, and ESPN+. With it, you’ll save $5.98 a month, or $71.76 a year.
Disney+ is the home to all things Marvel, Star Wars, Pixar, National Geographic, and, of course, Disney movies and TV series. You’ve probably heard of Disney+ hit originals like WandaVision and The Mandalorian; if not, welcome back to this alternate universe.
ESPN+ offers live sports (mostly UFC, soccer, and baseball) and a massive library of sports documentaries and ESPN+ exclusive originals. Bonus: unlike Disney+, you don’t need a standalone ESPN+ app—ESPN+ content is available through hubs within the Hulu app. Convenience FTW.
If you don’t want Disney+, you can add just ESPN+ to your Hulu subscription for an additional $5.99 a month. You get the same easy integration within Hulu, and no Baby Yodas or Marvel superhero shenanigans, for $11.98 a month (or $17.98 for Hulu with no ads).
The Disney+ bundle deal is also available for Hulu + Live TV, which combines the on-demand catalog of Hulu with 70+ live TV streaming channels.
Hulu (with ads) + Live TV bundled with Disney+ and ESPN+ costs $72.99 a month total; Hulu (no ads) + Live TV, $78.99 a month. The ESPN+ hub integration also applies to Hulu + Live TV.
Since they’re technically add-ons, not bundles, you don’t really save any money by subscribing to premium channels through Hulu—it is convenient, though. Hulu offers the following premium and channel package add-ons:
If you already have Hulu, but you’re paying for it through a third party (like Roku, Spotify, Sprint, or iTunes), you’d have to cancel that account to be eligible for the Hulu/Disney+/ESPN+ bundle.
Those who already subscribe to Hulu or Disney+ directly can sign up for the bundle; ESPN+ subscribers can also do this, but they have to contact Disney+ to make the switch (not cool).
The exception to the third-party billing rule is Verizon Wireless. Some Verizon Unlimited plans include the Hulu/Disney+/ESPN+ bundle at no extra charge, and is available to both new and current customers.