Now that ESPN+ is $9.99, many people may be curious how to get the Disney Bundle. For just $4 more per month, the content available in the bundle makes it more logical for subscribers.

Not everyone would use each of the services included. However, the bundle used to be $7 more per month. That does not make much sense, especially if you are devoted solely to sports, not movies and TV shows. Yet, the price difference between ESPN+ and the Disney Bundle is now just $4 per month.

That $4 provides access to Hulu and Disney+, which feature TV shows, documentaries, movies and other more ‘traditional’ forms of entertainment.

Interestingly, there are people that believe the jump in price for ESPN+ is a ploy to push more subscribers on to the Disney Bundle. To be fair, ESPN+’s content does not see any major jumps. The Dutch Eredivisie and the English Football League had rights renewed with ESPN+ in the last month. However, ESPN+ was already the home of these leagues for American viewers.

At the same time, the Disney Bundle, which does include ESPN+, does not see any price increase. So, here is how you can get the bundle to open up new programs while also retaining ESPN+.

How to get the Disney Bundle

If you do not have ESPN+ already, then subscribing to the bundle is fairly straightforward. The subscription is $13.99 per month, and that provides access to Disney+, ESPN+ and Hulu. As of now, those services cost $7.99, $9.99 and $6.99 each per month, respectively. In total, that is just under $25 per month. With the Disney Bundle for $13.99 per month, you save $11 per month when you get the Disney Bundle.

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Includes: Disney+, ESPN+ and Hulu

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Now, you may be thinking that you do not need those other options. However, perhaps your family does have interest in the content on Hulu or Disney+. With the Disney Bundle, one $13.99 subscription per month allows four devices to use the bundle simultaneously.

The base fee for the Disney Bundle is $13.99. There is also a price plan that has the ad-free version of Hulu. This is $19.99 per month, which matches the individual $6 increase between Hulu and Hulu without ads.

If you already have ESPN+, here’s how to upgrade your account to the Disney Bundle.

Available content

As stated, the plethora of content you would have access to is perhaps not for everybody. Some people dedicate their entertainment to sports only. Regardless, the Disney Bundle is a small jump in price from ESPN+ on its own. Effectively, you gain access to both Hulu and Disney+ for half of what those services cost individually.

Disney+ lives up to its name. With new series, movies and documentaries debuting regularly, Disney+ is perfect for families. Plus, it has Star Wars, the Marvel universe and plenty of other content outside of its stereotypical ‘children’s’ content.

Similarly, Hulu carries a wide variety of content that differs in genre and its target audiences. Hulu produces its own content, such as The Handmaid’s Tale, Run or Little Flies Everywhere. Plus, Hulu allows people to watch shows on FX the day after their air live. Therefore, if you are keeping an eye out for the upcoming soccer documentary Welcome to Wrexham, Hulu will have the show on the Thursday after each episode airs Wednesday night.