The new Disney + service costs just $ 6.99 a month, but for some people an even more attractive deal is the $ 12.99 bundle that Disney +, Hulu, and ESPN + combine on one bill.
Unfortunately, the version of Hulu that comes with that bundle is the regular version with advertisements. But there is a way around this for people who want to pay more for the ad-free level of Hulu (or who may already have subscribed to it). Hulu is here about the trial, and it was also reported by Lifehacker .
This is a subscription to Hulu & # 39; s $ 11.99 / month service without ads (this step must be completed first) and and then sign up for the Disney + bundle with the same email address that you used for your Hulu account. You will then receive a $ 5.99 credit from Disney on your bundled plan each month. You can also get a credit if you are a previous ESPN + subscriber, but that may vary depending on the type of subscription you have and whether you get it from an app store.
Doing the math means that (assuming you want Hulu and ESPN +) you essentially get the three services for a dollar more than if you just took the original bundle ̵
If the triple bundle is not something you want, remember that some Verizon customers can take advantage of a free year of Disney +.