Given the various streaming platforms under Disney’s banner, it didn’t really come as a surprise when the company decided to offer them as a bundle where for $12.99 a month, users could get Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu. However, this version only offered the ad-based version of Hulu, which for some isn’t ideal.

The good news is that if you wanted a bundle that also included an ad-free version of Hulu, which is priced differently from the ad-supported version, you’re in luck. This is because Disney+ has a new bundle option for subscribers to choose from. This bundle is priced at $18.99 a month and will include Disney+, ESPN+, and the ad-free version of Hulu.

This will be $6 more compared to the previous bundle, but ultimately it will still be cheaper than subscribing to them individually. For example, Disney+ at its current price point is at $6.99, while ESPN is priced at $5.99, and the ad-free version of Hulu is priced at $11.99. In total, it will add up to be around $25, so you will still walk away with some savings.

However, if you don’t need ESPN+, we suppose subscribing to Disney+ and ad-free Hulu separately will still amount to the same price, so you could be better off picking up the bundle anyway.

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