If you’re looking to save money and cut the cord in 2021, Disney+ has one of the most compelling streaming offers you’re likely to find. It’s called the Disney+ Bundle and while it wasn’t created specifically for Black Friday or Cyber Monday deals, it’s nonetheless worth highlighting just how good it is.
The package combines Disney+ with both Hulu and ESPN+ for just $13 per month.
Here’s how it saves you money: Disney+ costs $7 per month, ESPN+ comes in at $6 per month, and Hulu renews at $6 per month. Add it all up and you’re paying out $19 month in, month out. But the Disney+ Bundle shaves $6 — a 31% discount — off that total. This comes out to $72 over the course of a year, which can go toward snapping up one of our Cyber Monday 4K TV deals.
What we like most about the Disney+ bundle is the sheer variety of content it offers. Disney+ is your home for some of the most treasured family-friendly movies and shows ever made, in addition to being the official streaming home for all things Marvel, Star Wars, Pixar, and National Geographic. Hulu takes it up a notch with on-demand access to the best shows from broadcast TV — some as quickly as 24 hours after they first air. Finally, ESPN+ is exactly what sports junkies want when they turn on the TV: Live events, original shows, movies, and documentaries, and expert analysis.
So in a nutshell, the Disney+ bundle covers the two major bases: Both entertainment and sports.
We’d be remiss if we didn’t point out that Disney+ has gone to great lengths to ensure that its content looks and sounds as good as possible. If you’ve got a 4K Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos-capable setup, you’re in for a treat. Almost every Star Wars and Marvel title, including the exclusive Star Wars show, The Mandalorian, are presented in these advanced Dolby formats and the result is stunning.
If you want these features from Netflix, you’ll have to pay $18 per month for its Premium plan — $5 more per month than the Disney+ Bundle.
Not sure how to sign up for the Disney+ bundle? We have you covered.
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