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Signing up for Disney+ to watch Mulan? Consider The Disney Bundle instead

Thinking about subscribing to Disney+ to watch Mulan (2020) when it debuts on September 4? Consider The Disney Bundle instead. This sees both ESPN+ and Hulu (ad-supported) added to the mix as well for an extra $6 per month, and $5 per month less than it would cost to subscribe to the trio one by one — a no-brainer for entertainment fiends looking to shave a few bucks off their monthly subscription costs, with the total annual savings coming in at an astounding $60.

Disney+ will continue to provide value long after Mulan (2020) is released next month, with the streaming service being home to many of the best-loved movies and shows from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, and more. It’s also the only place you can watch The Mandalorian — the hit Star Wars-themed show with “The Child”.

Now, let’s talk pricing. Disney+ alone will set you back $7 per month. Hand over an extra $6, though, and the door will open to the hundreds of blockbuster movies and network shows available through Hulu and the thousands of live and archived sporting events — including the NBA and UFC — through ESPN+. That’s entertainment for the whole family sorted. The best bit? You can cancel whenever, wherever.

Something worth keeping in mind is that Mulan (2020) will be offered through Premier Access when it’s added to Disney+ on September 4. Those wishing to watch it will need to hand over an additional $30, which will allow them unlimited access to the movie across all of their devices as long as your Disney+ subscription is active. To start, Premier Access will be the only way to watch Mulan.

Signed up? Now all that’s left to do is start working through the myriad of content available before Mulan (2020) is released on Disney+ on September 4. Not sure where to begin? We’ve rounded up all the best shows on Disney+ and the best movies on Disney+. Still on the fence? Take a look at our Disney+ review.

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