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Is there a Disney Plus Black Friday deal, and is it worth it?

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If you’ve been shopping the Black Friday TV deals, or if you’ve already snagged one of the best TVs, you may be wondering if there’s a Black Friday Disney+ deal to take advantage of. Unfortunately, Disney isn’t discounting their incredibly popular streaming service for Black Friday. There’s good news though. The Disney Bundle is a streaming package that consists of Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu, and it’s available at an unbelievable price every day of the year.

The Disney Bundle costs just $14 per month. This is a huge monthly savings, as the bundle should costs upward of $26 per month, with ESPN+ coming in at $10 per month, the cheapest Hulu plan coming in at $8 per month, and Disney+ coming in at $8 per month. This brings the Disney Bundle to a savings of $12 per month, and nearly 50% off. Subscribing to any two of the three services individually would top that, essentially making any one of the streaming services free with the Disney Bundle. Not only is it quite a deal all on its own, but we think the Disney Bundle is the best deal in streaming.

Subscribing to the Disney Bundle gets you access to all of the best shows on Disney+, as well as all of the best movies on Disney+. With the holidays right around the corner, the access you get to the best Christmas movies on Disney+ may also make the Disney Bundle of interest.

The Disney Bundle also gets you access to live sports and original programming with ESPN+, which includes the full 30 for 30 library, as well as NCAA basketball games, NHL games, UFC fights, and even some NFL games. The Hulu plan you get with the Disney Bundle is the ad-supported plan, and it gives you access to thousands of hit shows, movies, and all of the content that’s new on Hulu each month.

While there is no Disney+ deal to hunt down for Black Friday, the Disney Bundle makes a pretty good deal no matter what day of the year it is. If you’re looking for a way to get started with any part of the bundle at no cost,  you’re out of luck — there isn’t a Disney+ free trial.

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