How to sign up for Disney+ bundle deal with Hulu, ESPN+

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Tuesday, November 12, 2019
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Disney+, Disney's new streaming service, launched Tuesday in the United States. In addition to the $6.99/month Disney+ subscription, customers also have the option of purchasing a $12.99/month bundle deal that includes access to Disney+, Hulu (with ads) and ESPN+.

Here's information on how to sign up for the bundle deal from Hulu's official website.

If you don't have a Disney+, Hulu or ESPN+ account

New subscribers can sign up for the bundle on the Disney+ website.

If you are an existing Hulu subscriber

Disney has set up the bundle deal so that existing Hulu subscribers can maintain their current subscription. Those wishing to purchase the bundle should purchase it through the Disney+ website, not the Hulu website, using the same email address associated with your Hulu account.

You will retain your existing Hulu account and have new Disney+ and ESPN+ accounts. Going forward, you will continue to be billed for your Hulu subscription but will receive a credit towards your Disney+ bundle subscription in the amount of $5.99/month as long as you keep your eligible existing Hulu account.

This bundle option may not be available to those who receive Hulu through Spotify or another promotional offer, Disney warned. Other restrictions may apply.

If you already have a Disney+ or ESPN+ subscription and you now want the bundle

Contact Disney+ customer support to upgrade your account.


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