ESPN+ Raises Its Price August 12 – Subscribe Now to Lock In Lower Price for 1 Year

On Wednesday, August 12, ESPN+ will raise its price from $4.99/month to $5.99/month. While that’s only a $1 difference, it’s a 20% price increase for the streaming service.

The good news is that for existing subscribers, the price will stay locked in at $4.99 per month for one year. So, if you’re interested in a subscription, this is the time to sign up and lock in that monthly price.

While the monthly price of the ESPN+ app will increase, the annual price of $49.99 per year will remain the same. The bundle price of $12.99 per month for Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ will also remain the same.

While the return of sports is still shaky, ESPN+ has been delivering coverage of the return of the MLB, NBA, and NHL, the PGA Championship, and international soccer. ESPN+ is also the streaming home of live UFC fights.

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