The Disney+ plan with no ads will increase from $7.99 a month to $10.99 a month tomorrow (December 8) when the company starts a Disney+ package with ads for $7.99 a month.
If you subscribe to the ads-free plan today, you can still get it for the $7.99 for one month before it will increase. If you subscribe to the Disney+ annual no-ads plan today, you can get it for $79.99 a year before it increases to $109.99 tomorrow.
The Disney+ package with ads will now be called Disney+ Basic while the no-ads plan will be called Disney+ Premium.
Today is also the last day that you can subscribe to the Legacy Disney Bundle, which allows you to stream Disney+ with no ads, Hulu with ads and ESPN+ with ads for $13.99 a month. The price will rise tomorrow to $14.99 a month for existing subscribers. New subscribers will not be able to subscribe to it.
Starting tomorrow, new subscribers can pay $12.99 a month to get Disney+ with ads, Hulu with ads and ESPN+ with ads, or for $19.99 a month, Disney+ with no ads, Hulu with no ads, and ESPN+ with ads. This plan also allows you to download content to watch on the go.
You can learn more about Disney’s new pricing and plans here.
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