Disney Plus to Bump Prices Starting on March 26, 2021

By Bill Toulas / March 24, 2021

Disney+, the streaming service that launched back in November 2019 and has seen its userbase exploding to 100 million as of this month, will raise its subscription prices starting on March 26, 2021. Thus, if you still want to benefit from the current pricing model, you have until the end of the week to do it. If you already have a subscription that is valid beyond the deadline, your price will not be affected until you reach the next renewal date.

Here is the new pricing table as announced by Disney+

This is the first price hike for the Disney Plus service, coming at a point when the platform has matured technically, so it works with minimal to no issues. Also, the content library offered is undeniably alluring, with 7,000 TV episodes and over 500 films, including productions from National Geographic, Marvel Studios, the Star Wars franchise, animation films from Pixar, a galore of Disney classics, and many more.

If you are still pondering a Disney+ subscription, maybe our in-depth review will help you make a quick but informed decision. Also, if you have a subscription to Hulu or ESPN+, you should consider adding Disney Plus on top of them and get a bundle at a lower price for the next year. And finally, if you want to see how Disney+ compares to all of the other streaming services available in the market right now, go ahead and reach our head-to-head comparison.

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