Looking for something new to watch from home right now? We’ve spotted a deal that gets you unlimited access to three of the most popular streaming services for about the price of two fancy coffees.
Hulu, Disney+ and ESPN+ have teamed up to offer a bundle deal that gets you access to all three streamers for just $12.99 a month. That’s $13 total for all three sites together, not individually. For comparison, $12.99 is the same price you’d pay for a single monthly Netflix membership.
The trick is to sign up for the three sites as a bundle rather than individually, which gets you a solid 25% discount versus ordering each service separately.
This deal includes access to Disney+, home to original movies from Disney, Pixar, Marvel and more, plus must-see events like Hamilton and Beyonce: Black is King. The entire Star Wars library is also available to stream for free on Disney+ along with the Emmy-nominated The Mandalorian.
You’ll also get instant access to thousands of movies and TV shows on Hulu, including Hulu Originals like Handmaid’s Tale, Normal People, Little Fires Everywhere and the new Hillary Clinton documentary, Hillary. Hulu is also home to a number of comedy specials and your favorite reality TV shows.
ESPN+ meantime, is your best bet for exclusive commentary, analysis and locker room coverage of all the major sports leagues and franchises. Stream live sporting events (like the UFC) for free, and get access to ESPN’s extensive archive of past events that you can re-watch on demand. Your subscription to ESPN+ also gets you access to the entire 30 for 30 library of short films and documentaries about your favorite athletes.
Of course the bundle is possible because Disney is the parent company of all three streaming services. The Disney bundle is available for new subscribers or anyone with any of the three services. Try it out now, cancel anytime.
Though no end date has been announced, it’s expected to be a limited-time offer, so we recommend snagging the deal before prices go back up.
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