Disney+, Disney’s wildly popular streaming service, has gone through a few changes since its introduction in 2019.
Today might be one of the biggest changes to the service; for the first time ever, we’re seeing ads.
Previously ad-free, with no tiered subscription types, no viewers had any types of ads on Disney+. Rolled out today, viewers now have a few pricing options, some which include the addition of ads for a lower cost to subscribers.
The cost break down for Disney+ is as follows:
For only Disney+, not bundled with Hulu or ESPN+, the prices are $7.99/mo for Disney+ with ads, and $10.99 for Disney+ with no ads.
For bundled service, the pricing is as follows:
It is important to note that viewers paying at the current annual rate for ad-free Disney+ will be automatically enrolled in the Disney+ Premium tier, with no ads. As of today, annual cost will be $109. If current subscribers are looking to downgrade their current plan to save a little each month, they can do so to the basic tier. This must be done manually by contacting Disney+.
What do you think of this price increase? Is Disney+ worth the high costs? Let us know!