Disney increases Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ prices while planning to crack down on password sharing

Disney has announced that it is increasing the price of Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ plans starting on October 12. The ad-free plans are seeing the bulk of the increase, with ad-free Disney+ going from $10.99 to $13.99/month and ad-free Hulu going from $14.99 to $17.99/month. At the same time, Disney has indicated that it will begin cracking down on password sharing next year. Read more ›

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Get 1 month of Disney+ for $1.99 for both new and returning subscribers

Disney+ is currently having a sale that offers 1 month for $1.99. This offer is for both first-time subscribers and for past subscribers. After the first month, your subscription will auto-renew at the regular monthly rate, which is currently $7.99 but will be rising to $10.99 on December 8th. This offer is valid until 11:59 PM PST on September 19th. Disney is offering this discount in coordination with the 2nd annual Disney+ Day, which celebrates the launch of the streaming service. Disney+ has released several new shows and movies today, including Thor: Love and Thunder, Pinocchio (2022), Cars on the Road, and more.

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Disney is launching an ad-supported Disney+ plan and increasing the price of existing Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ plans

Disney has announced that it will be launching an ad-supported plan for Disney+ on December 8th in the US. The new plan will cost $7.99/month, the same price as the ad-free plan currently costs. On that date, the current ad-free Disney+ plan will increase from $7.99/month to $10.99/month. Disney also revealed that, on October 10th, Hulu’s ad-supported plan will increase from $6.99/month to $7.99/month and the ad-free plan will increase from $12.99/month to $14.99/month. These changes come after Disney already announced that ESPN+ will increase from $6.99/month to $9.99/month on August 23rd. Read more ›

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Disney+ to launch an ad-supported plan and CNN+ reveals pricing with special early bird lifetime offer

Disney has announced that it intends to launch an ad-supported plan for its Disney+ streaming service. The new plan will launch later this year in the U.S. and will expand to international markets in 2023. The plan will exist alongside the current ad-free plan, which costs $7.99 per month or $79.99 per year, and, presumably, cost less, but Disney has not said how much it will cost at this time. CNN has, however, just revealed for the first time the cost of its upcoming CNN+ streaming service. CNN+, which is said to provide new programming that is not available on the cable news network, will cost $5.99 per month or $59.99 per year. CNN has said that anyone who signs up within the first 4 weeks of the streaming service’s debut will get 50% off the monthly plan for life, as long as they remain subscribers. The news agency is expected to launch the new service later this month but has not provided a specific launch date yet.

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Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers get up to 6 months of Disney+ for Free

Amazon and Disney have teamed up for a new promotion that gives Disney+ for free to all Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers. If you have never had an Amazon Music Unlimited subscription, you’ll get 6 months of Disney+ for free if you sign up now, while existing and former Music Unlimited subscribers will get 3 months of Disney+ for free. After the free months, the Disney+ subscription will automatically begin charging its regular $7.99 per month price. If you don’t want that to happen, you’ll need to cancel the subscription on Disney’s website here before the free period ends.

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Get 3 Free Months of Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ when you buy any Fire TV or Fire Tablet

Amazon is offering 3 Free Months of Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ with the purchase of Fire TV Cube, Fire TV Stick 4K, Fire TV Stick 3rd-gen, or Fire TV Lite, which are all on sale at their lowest prices ever for Prime Day. The purchase of various Fire tablets also qualifies you for this deal. The offer is valid for all new subscribers or past subscribers that haven’t had a subscription in the past 30 days. There’s nothing special that you need to do to get this deal. Just purchase a Fire TV or Fire Tablet between now and midnight on June 22 and you’ll receive an email with a code that can be used to redeem your 3 free months of service. At a regular price of $13.99 per month for this streaming bundle, it’s worth just under $42.

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Disney Plus is increasing its price in March 2021

Disney Plus has announced that they will be increasing their subscription price from $6.99/month to $7.99/month in March 2021. The annual price will also be increasing at that time, from $69.99/year to $79.99/year. The bundle that includes Disney Plus, Hulu with ads, and ESPN Plus is also increasing from $12.99/month to $13.99/month. The $18.99/month three-way bundle that includes the ad-free version of Hulu is staying at $18.99/month. These new prices will affect all subscribers when their next bill comes around after March of next year, so if you subscribe to the $69.99 annual plan between now and March, you’ll be unaffected for a year.

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How to watch Disney’s live-action ‘Mulan’ movie on an Amazon Fire TV or Firestick

Disney’s new live-action adaptation of Mulan is being made available today through Disney+ but, unfortunately, you won’t be able to simply load up the app and pay for the movie with just a few remote clicks, presumably, due to a disagreement between Amazon and Disney regarding revenue share. Thankfully, the movie isn’t being blocked outright and you can watch on an Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, or Fire TV Edition device as long as you pay for it elsewhere first. To start, you first need a Disney+ subscription which costs $6.99/month and does not currently offer any free trials. Once you’re a subscriber, log in here through a phone or computer and pay the $29.99 for Premiere Access to Mulan. Then you’ll be able to load up the Disney+ app on your Fire TV device and watch it all you want. Note that you are not paying $29.99 to own the movie, like you would if purchasing a digital movie through Amazon Video, Vudu, or iTunes. You are just paying to have access to it before it becomes available to all Disney+ subscribers on December 4th. This means that even if you pay $29.99 for Mulan, you’ll lose access to it if you end your Disney+ subscription.


Amazon and Disney+ have reached an agreement and Premiere Access to Mulan is now available to purchase directly within the Disney+ app on Fire TV devices.

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Disney’s new ‘Mulan’ movie will be available on Amazon Fire TV devices if first purchased elsewhere

Disney will be skipping theaters for the release of the upcoming live-action adaptation of Mulan and will, instead, make the new movie available directly through their Disney+ streaming service. On September 4th, Disney+ subscribers will be able to pay $29.99 for “Premier Access” of Mulan through Google, Apple, and Roku devices, but it doesn’t seem like the same will be possible on Amazon Fire TV devices. Read more ›

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Disney+ streaming service to launch November 12th for $6.99 per month

Disney has announced that their upcoming stand-alone streaming service, called Disney+, will be available on November 12th. It will cost $6.99 per month or $69.99 per year. The annual option essentially gives you 2 months for free when you pay for 10 months upfront. Read more ›

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