Last Chance! Lock In This Disney Bundle Offer Before the Price Hike Tomorrow


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Disney+ is ushering in the month of October with one last chance to claim one of the best streaming offers online. Don’t wait for the opportunity to gain access to the streaming giant’s vast library of Disney Original movies and series including exclusive Marvel shows, Halloween movies to get you in the spooky season spirit and access to National Geographic’s unique programs and content you can view from the comfort of your couch.

Read on for details on the promo, how to subscribe, plus new shows and movies coming to Disney+.

Disney+ Bundle: How to Join for Just $12.99 per Month

Regularly $7.99 monthly, you can get access to Disney+, Hulu and ESPN+ for one low price of $12.99. The so-called “Disney Bundle” gets you unlimited, on-demand streaming on all three services for under $13 total. It’s a savings of 50% versus paying for each streamer on its own.

But you’ll want to act fast though: the Disney Bundle price goes up Oct. 12 so this is your last chance to lock in the $12.99 rate.

$12.99/month $25.97 50% off


Disney+ is headed for another price hike as Disney+ Premium, Disney Bundle Trio Basic and Disney Bundle Trio Premium will be increasing next month.

Starting on Oct. 12, the Disney Bundle Trio Basic (with ads) will cost $14.99/month, up from $12.99/month. The Premium trio bundle (with no ads) increases to $24.99 (from $19.99/month) and the Legacy Disney+ Bundle, which is $14.99/month, will increase to $18.99/month.

What Movies & TV Series Are Streaming on Disney+?

Disney+ is home to countless hours of entertainment for the whole family to enjoy, from Marvel, Pixar, National Geographic and Disney Channel. Ashoka, Secret Invasion, I Am Groot, Andor, WandaVision, The Mandalorian, Loki, The Book of Boba Fett, Lego: Disney Princess: The Castle Quest, The Beatles Get Back, BTS: Permission to Dance on Stage, J-Hope in the Box, National Geographic’s Lost in the Arctic Explorer, The Simpsons and Welcome to Earth are included in the massive Disney+ streaming library.

What’s Coming to Disney+?

The Disney+ schedule is packed with must-watch movies and shows! The Little Mermaid swam its way onto Disney+, and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 premiered in the fall. Plus, Pixar’s Elemental debuted on Disney+ on Sept. 13.

Also coming to Disney+: 2000s Greatest Tragedies, Master & Apprentice: A Special Look at Ahsoka, Marvel Studios’ Assembled: The Making of the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, Animals Up Close with Bertie Gregory and Lang Lang Plays Disney. Plus, new seasons of Raven’s Home, The Ghost and Molly McGee, Marvel’s Spidey and his Amazon Friends, Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir, and more.

$12.99/month $25.97 50% off


Excited for spooky season? On Oct. 13, Disney+ will premiere a new Goosebumps series, based on the R.L. Stine novels. The series will also stream on Hulu.

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