The price point of Disney’s upcoming streaming service, Disney+ has always been a question us fans have been wondering about for a while. Back when it was called Disney Play, the conglomerate indicated that it would be a service that would come in at a relatively low cost point considering its relatively small amount of content (at least when compared to the likes of Netflix).
But what would that mean? $4? $6? $9? Sadly, while we don’t know how much the House of Mouse plans on charging for its standalone service, they revealed a surprisingly low-priced bundle pack.
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During Disney’s quarterly earnings call with Wall Street analysts, they revealed that customers will be able to get Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu all for $12.99 a month. That’s currently cheaper than Netflix for three separate services. Sure, they may not even measure up to Netflix in quantity, but they certainly have all the big names attached to it, which is enough to make a huge difference.
Personally, I’d be happy if they released a bundle without ESPN+. Call me a stereotypical nerd, but I really don’t care too much for watching sports.
What do you think of this new deal? Is it low enough for you to consider picking it up? Let us know down below!
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