A few years ago, Disney announced their plans to create their own streaming platform to go after giants like Netflix and Hulu among others. A year later, the company has given their stream a name: Disney+. With Disney eyeing a launch date of November 12, I think we’re just about ready as the next guy.
Disclaimer, though! Disney+ won’t have as many movies as Netflix and other streaming services, but how can we downplay Disney? Disney’s edge over these streams are a lot AND I MEAN A LOT of exclusive content and possibly every movie EVER during Disney’s existence and a very impressive library or animated shows and a ton of blockbuster hits. Hello, people! Must you forget that Disney owns the Star Wars saga AND the Avengers: Endgame? Holy smokes!
Today, Disney just announced the bundle option we’ve all been waiting for. On November 12, you’ll be able to avail of the bundle which includes Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu for $12.99 per month.
ESPN+ usually goes for, $4.99 a month, Disney+ which will soon go for $6.99 a month, and last but not the least, Hulu with ads which runs for $5.99 a month as it is. That’s roughly $18 in a $12.99 bundle per month. If this isn’t a subscription then I don’t know what is.
The price of Netflix starts at $8.99, which upholds one stream in your standard definition. A $15.99 plan is also available for streamers as the best bundle Netflix can offer, coming in with four streams and Ultra HD watching!
Disney+ will include special passes to Disney’s treasure and their beloved content that includes brand new TV shows, movies, Pixar shorts, and a lot more. If I didn’t mention it already, Disney+ will have an outrageously star-studded lineup of shows coming this November 12. Are you subscribing to the bundle option?
Oh, by the way! The Simpsons already promised their attendance. 😉
— Disney (@Disney) April 11, 2019