Disney+ streaming service to lift costs, debut ad-supported tiers come December
If you’d like your Disney+ account with out advertisements, you’ll be paying a further $3 monthly.
Disney has introduced that its Disney+ streaming service will introduce a brand new ad-supported tier of its streaming service later in 2022 whereas mountain climbing the value of the present ad-free plans, together with bundles with Hulu and ESPN+.
The brand new pricing construction may also embody ad-supported variations of its Hulu and ESPN+ companies, and can formally debut to the general public on December 8.
Beneath the brand new construction, a primary Disney+ subscription with advertisements will value $7.99 — the identical value as its present pricing tier. A premium model with no advertisements will run prospects $10.99 a month.
Hulu with advertisements will see a worth improve from $6.99 monthly to $7.99 monthly. A premium Hulu subscription with no advertisements will retail for $14.99 monthly, as an alternative of the $12.99 monthly it’s at the moment.
ESPN+ will stay the identical worth at $9.99 a month with advertisements.
The place the Disney bundle is anxious, current subscribers will see their subscription hiked by a $1 to $14.99 a month. This solely applies to legacy Disney Bundle subscribers and new subscribers pays $19.99 a month for Disney+ and Hulu with no advertisements.
A primary Disney Bundle with advertisements throughout Disney+ and Hulu will retail for $9.99 a month. Including in ESPN+, which isn’t included within the primary plan, will add $2 to that worth level.
Keep tuned for added particulars as they grow to be out there.