Disney+ is Raising Subscription Costs Beginning this Spring

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Disney+ is Raising Subscription Costs Beginning this Spring. During the 2020 Walt Disney Company Investor Day event, Disney announced there would be a price hike for subscriptions “sometime in Spring 2021”. Now, the popular streaming service has announced the new price increase will be implemented after March 26, 2021.

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The current cost of a Disney+ monthly subscription is $6.99/month, with an increase to $7.99/month after March 26th. It is currently unknown when the price hike willl apply to the Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ bundle, currently listed at $12.99/month. Likely we will see the same price difference added to the bundle price as well, making the cost of the bundle $13.99/month at a to be determined date.

Disney+ issued an email to active Disney+ subscribers stating:

You are currently subscribed to Disney+. Beginning March 26, 2021, the price of a Disney+ subscription will increase from $6.99/mo. to $7.99/mo… You will see this new rate take affect on or after March 26h on your bill, unless you are on an eligible Verizon plan and on a promotion, in which case the new rate will only taker effect at the end of your promotional period or March 26th, whichever is later.

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As shared in the email, if you have an active subscription through Verizon or promotion, such as the 3-year buy-in option offered at the streaming services launch in 2019, the price change will not apply until the completion of said subscription or promotion.

This is a developing story, be sure to check back here at Chip and Co. for updates and all things Disney+!

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