Save on a cheap Disney Plus deal with Hulu and ESPN Plus for less than a Netflix subscription

Save on a cheap Disney Plus deal with Hulu and ESPN Plus for less than a Netflix subscription
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You'll probably be familiar with Disney Plus (opens in new tab) by now, but you may not realise that there's a cracking Disney Plus deal which can save you a lot of cash. More specifically, you can get Disney Plus, Hulu, and ESPN Plus for $12.99 per month (opens in new tab) - the same cost as a standard HD month of Netflix, and $3 less than Netflix Premium (but you're still getting 4K). It also works if you own one of the streaming services already.

In other words, this Disney Plus deal gets you three services for the price of one (when compared to Netflix, anyway). Even if you take the competition out of the equation, it's still saving you around $5 per month compared to buying Disney Plus, standard Hulu, and ESPN Plus separately. Even though you're getting the ad-supported version of Hulu, we've yet to see any Disney Plus bundles (opens in new tab) that can do better. And believe us, they've tried. For example, Verizon is giving away a free year of Disney Plus with certain schemes (opens in new tab).

Already have Disney Plus, Hulu, or ESPN Plus? No problem. It's easy to upgrade, and you don't need to cancel anything or fill out awkward forms. We've listed the basics for you below:

  • Disney Plus: (opens in new tab) Want to upgrade and get the Hulu / ESPN Plus bundle added to your subscription? Sign in, click on your profile in the top right-hand side, and select 'Account'. Scroll down and you'll find a big Disney Plus, ESPN Plus, and Hulu banner. Click on it and follow the instructions regardless of whether you have a Disney Plus account or not - your bill will be updated accordingly.
  • Hulu: (opens in new tab) If you've got an existing Hulu membership, scoot on over to the website (opens in new tab) or your account, select 'Manage Plans', and pick the option you want (you'll be presented with three choices). Simply click the slider tab on the bundle you want, then Review Changes at the bottom of the screen. Easy!
  • ESPN Plus: (opens in new tab) If you already own an ESPN Plus account, it's just as straightforward to upgrade. Use this Disney Plus link (opens in new tab) or on the ESPN Plus website (opens in new tab), follow the relevant instructions, and you're done. As the official ESPN website points out, "Disney will provide you a credit against the bundle price in an amount equal to the effective monthly price of your existing subscription. If you purchased ESPN Plus through an app store (Apple, Roku, etc)  you’ll need to link an ESPN account to your app store purchase". 

Want to find out more about how to get a membership for the service? Visit our guide to getting a Disney Plus sign-up (opens in new tab). You can also learn about Disney Plus gift cards (opens in new tab) via our dedicated guide.

Disney Plus deal

Disney Plus, Hulu, ESPN Plus | $12.99 per month (opens in new tab)

Disney Plus, Hulu, ESPN Plus | $12.99 per month (opens in new tab)
This bundle gets you all three streaming services for roughly $5 less than buying each one separately, offering excellent value for money. If you already have one of the above, your bill will be updated accordingly.

Disney Plus | $6.99 per month (opens in new tab)

Disney Plus | $6.99 per month (opens in new tab)
Just want Disney Plus by itself? No problem, that's easy too. You can sign up via the link above, and it'll cost you $6.99 each month (opens in new tab). You can then cancel it at any time. If you think you're in it for the long haul though, you can opt for a yearly membership for a one-off fee of $69.99 (opens in new tab).

Not sure you should pick up Disney Plus in the first place? You can find out more about it in our Disney Plus review (opens in new tab), including how it stacks up against the competition. 

Want a new setup to take advantage of the best movies on Disney Plus (opens in new tab), not to mention Hulu and ESPN Plus? Don't miss our guide to the best gaming TVs (opens in new tab).

Benjamin Abbott
Tabletop & Merch Editor

As the site's Tabletop & Merch Editor, you'll find my grubby paws on everything from board game reviews to Lego buying guides. I have been writing about games in one form or another since 2012 and can normally be found cackling over some evil plan I've cooked up for my group's next Dungeons & Dragons campaign.