The Disney Bundle may be an excellent method to save cost on several subscriptions while still gaining access to a diverse range of entertainment shows, movies, and live sports. While the bundle may be better for some, it does provide enough value to offer to sign up, even if you want access to two of the services. Disney Plus, ESPN Plus, and Hulu are included in the Disney Bundle. This is normal Hulu, not the live TV service, albeit a standard Hulu Live TV subscription now includes access to Disney Plus and ESPN Plus, eliminating the need to sign up for a bundle. The overall price of The Disney Bundle is $13.99 each month, and this is where consumers can appreciate the value on offer.
The standard Disney Plus subscription costs $7.99 monthly, making it the most expensive of the three options. Hulu and ESPN Plus both cost $6.99 per month. If you pay for all three separately, the total monthly cost would be $21.97. On this basis alone, bundle subscribers save around $8 per month, which is the standalone Disney Plus subscription cost. To be clear, the $13.99 monthly bundle price is exclusive to the Hulu with ads plan. To reflect the increasing cost of the Hulu (No Ads) plan, the bundle price increases to $19.99 per month for individuals who prefer an ad-free Hulu experience. Given that this is virtually a pay-for-two, get-a-third-free deal, some households may find it worthwhile to sign up for the bundle even if they do not require the third service. The third service is free, and some people may save money each month. For example, if you have Disney Plus plus one of the other subscriptions, it is cheaper to bundle all three.
If you still need to sign up for any of these subscription services and are interested in the bundle, signing up is simple. Go to the Disney Plus website and sign up. Consumers may still sign up for the bundle by visiting the ESPN Plus or Hulu websites and clicking on the ‘Get The Disney Bundle’ banner at the top of the page, which will send the user to the Disney Plus website. Once signed up for Disney Plus, the same email address may be used to check in to both the ESPN Plus and Hulu apps or websites.
What If You Have An Existing Subscription?
If you currently have a subscription to one of these services, signing up for the bundle is simple and does not require you to cancel your existing subscription. That is if certain conditions are satisfied. All an existing Disney Plus, Hulu, or ESPN Plus subscriber needs to do is sign up for The Disney Bundle using the same email address as their existing subscription. This helps Disney that the subscriptions are connected and helps the user only pays the difference between their current subscription cost and the total bundle cost. The subscriber may continue to get a separate bill each month for their existing subscription, but they should also receive a credit for the same month applied to the cost of The Disney Bundle subscription.
If different email addresses are used, they are handled as separate subscriptions. Therefore, consumers must cancel their existing subscription before signing up for the bundle using an alternate email address. In addition, an existing subscription may only be upgraded to the bundle if created directly through the service. In other words, if you signed up through a third party and/or were not invoiced directly by the streaming service, your existing subscription cannot be upgraded to a bundle subscription.
Deals and promotional prices are another consideration. Signing up should be simple as long as the existing subscription(s) haven’t already been discounted. If they are discounted as part of a deal or campaign, the consumer will most likely have to wait until after the promotional time has ended or risk losing the discount they are now receiving. Of course, depending on the extent of the discount, signing up for the bundle may not be financially worthwhile in the first place. Finally, contact Disney Plus customer service for assistance if you are already subscribed to two of the services and want to upgrade to the bundle without canceling both.
The Disney Bundle Conclusion:
The Disney Bundle allows consumers to save money on the cost of a Disney Plus, ESPN Plus, and a basic Hulu subscription when purchased together. Even if you want access to two of the three streaming services, consider signing up for the bundle owing to the possible monthly savings. Those who still need a subscription to these services can sign up for the bundle to get started.
If you are currently a subscriber to one of the services, upgrading to the bundle is rather simple as long as the same email address is used, the subscription is invoiced directly by the service, and no current specials are in effect. However, suppose consumers are currently subscribed to two of the three services. In that case, they may need to contact Disney customer service to move their subscriptions to the bundle, or they may need to cancel them and sign up for The Disney Bundle.