Disney+ is quickly becoming the streaming service on the block to be and beat.
While you've probably already begun setting aside $6.99 a month for the service, which launches in November, we now know there is the possibility to bundle it too. Disney+ will be bundled with Hulu and ESPN+ for the incredibly reasonable price of $12.99 per month.
For comparison, Hulu costs $5.99 per month, and the ad-free version will set you back $11.99 a month. Meanwhile, ESPN+ is $4.99 a month (or $49.99 a year). Choosing the bundle actually saves you money in the long run, and that's certainly something to consider. Currently, this bundle will only have the ad-supported version of Hulu and doesn't offer the option for live TV streaming, which currently costs $49.99 a month, but it can be assumed that those features will roll out at a later date.
And don't forget, the lowest Netflix tier currently costs $12.99, and prices have been steadily increasing for the last few years.
Disney made the announcement during the company's third-quarter earnings call, but the union of the three streaming services has long been teased and will definitely be a desirable option for many. Though not all offerings will be available at launch, Disney+ will soon be the home for numerous Marvel series all set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, multiple Star Wars spin-offs, and original movies and many classic Disney Channel series.
Disney+ launches on Nov. 12.