Hulu announced today that it will raise the price of its Hulu with Live TV package by $5 to $69.99 per month on December 21. With the price hike, Hulu with Live will also offer access to Disney+ and ESPN+.
The price of Hulu (No Ads) + Live TV will also go up by $5 from $70.99 to $75.99 per month.
While the price of the service is going up, those who were subscribed to the Disney Bundle with Hulu with Live TV, Disney+ and ESPN+ previously will see a price drop. The Bundle currently costs $72.99 with ads or $78.99 without ads, saving those subscribers $3 per month when the price change goes into effect.
Hulu is sending this message out to subscribers today:
The price of Hulu + Live TV will increase on December 21, 2021 to $69.99/month. The price adjustment will be reflected in your first billing cycle on or after December 21. Your payment method on file will be charged the new price unless you cancel before the start of your first billing cycle on or after December 21.
With this change, you will also get access to Disney+ and ESPN+*. On Disney+, you can watch all the amazing content from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, and Nat Geo, plus The Simpsons. And ESPN+ has even more live sports and the award winning 30 For 30 library.
As always, it’s easy to add or remove services by switching between our subscription plans. Explore all of our plan options to find the one that best fits your viewing needs, or to cancel, visit your Account page.
Those who are already subscribed to Disney+ or ESPN+ will get a credit on their existing subscription.
The price hike will only impact Hulu with Live TV packages. The price of Hulu and Hulu (No Ads) will stay the same at $6.99 per month and $12.99 per month. Both of those plans saw a price hike in October.