Watching your favorite shows non-stop gets pretty expensive.
From October 12th Hulu will increase its ad-free subscription from $14.99 to $17.99 per month.
Disney+ The monthly ad-free plan will also increase from $10.99 to $13.99.
And before you and your close ones decide to share an account, know that Disney CEO Bob Iger also announced on Wednesday that the company is “actively exploring ways to address account sharing, and the best ones Options for paying subscribers to share their accounts with friends and families.”
In other words, a crackdown on password sharing, perhaps similar to what Netflix rolled out in May, is coming to Hulu.
Additionally, the company rolled out a new Disney+ and Hulu bundle, ad-free — with no ads ESPN+ – dubbed “Duo Premium”, available September 6 for a monthly fee of $19.99.
If ads don’t bother you and you’re paying $7.99 a month for the standalone versions of Hulu or Disney+, your bills shouldn’t change.
The company’s “duo” of Hulu and Disney+ will also not be planned with To sue. This also remains unchanged at $9.99 per month.
Disney+ launched in November 2019 for just $7 a month for ad-free content.
The Walt Disney Company’s streaming services price hikes come as Netflix’s standard plan totals $16 — unless you want to add an extra member outside of the household. That costs another $8.