Another live TV streaming service is getting a price hike next month. After raising the price of its ad-supported and ad-free plans in October, Hulu is now raising the price of its live TV package which comes with Disney+ and ESPN+.
The bundle with Hulu + Live TV (with ads) ESPN+ (with ads) and Disney+ (no ads) will increase from $70 per month to $75 per month.
The premium bundle with Hulu + Live TV (no ads), ESPN+ (with ads), and Disney+ (no ads) will increase from $75.99 per month to $82.99 per month.
Hulu customers are receiving emails that look like this:
The price of Hulu (No Ads) + Live TV, Disney+ (No Ads), and ESPN+ (With Ads) will increase from $75.99/month to $82.00/month beginning 12/08/22.
The price adjustment will be reflected in your first billing cycle on or after December 8. Your payment method on file will be charged the new price unless you cancel before the start of your first billing cycle on or after December 8.
As always, it’s easy to switch back and forth between our subscription plans. Explore all of our plan options to find the one that best fits your viewing needs, or to cancel, visit your Account page.
On October 10, the price of most of Hulu’s basic plans went up. The ad-supported tier increased from $6.99 to $7.99, or $79.99 per year. Hulu (No Ads) increased from $12.99 to $14.99. The price of Hulu (No Ads) with Live TV also increased to $82.99. Those increases were first announced in August when Disney shared news about an ad-supported tier of Disney+ launching in December.