Disney+ Price Increase Takes Effect March 26th

After being announced at Investor Day last December, it’s been revealed exactly when the subscription rate increase for Disney+ will take effect.

The front page of the streaming service’s website prior to login reveals that the rate will increase to $7.99 per month or $79.99 per year beginning Friday, March 26th. This will effect all monthly and annual subscribers beginning with their first billing cycle on or after that date. Prior to that, the $6.99/month and $69.99/year rates are still in effect.

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The increase will also affect the Disney bundle, which includes Hulu and ESPN+, raising the price to $13.99/month for ad-supported Hulu and $19.99/month for Hulu with no ads.

So if you’re looking to keep up with The Falcon and the Winter Solider or any of the other popular offerings on Disney+, it’ll cost you just a little more.

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Mike
7 months ago

I’ve already been paying $7.99/month for Disney+

Bob
Bob
7 months ago

Now I’m glad I paid for the first 3 years in advance!

Edmund
Edmund
7 months ago
Reply to  Bob

Fun not surprised every streaming service wants to be greedy

Christopher Caporizo
Christopher Caporizo
7 months ago

I can’t take all these companies asking more and more from us.

Last edited 7 months ago by Christopher Caporizo
Jessica
Jessica
7 months ago

That’s bull…I paid $79.99 back in November 2020. People should go back and look if they got charged the higher rate on their renewal. Because I sure did.

CarrackSpar
CarrackSpar
7 months ago

Happy to be among those who have their moral compass intact and canceled this year.

Kayla
Kayla
7 months ago

My bill last year was already $79.99