Prices for Disney+ are going up this weekend.
The streaming site recently revealed that they are increasing their subscription fees starting on Friday, March 26.
Currently, users pay $6.99 a month, but starting Friday, the basic plan is going up to $7.99 a month. The Disney Bundle – which includes Disney+, ESPN+, and ad-supported Hulu – will now be raised to $13.99 after it was previously $12.99. The three-in-one plan that includes Hulu with no ads is jumping to $19.99 a month after it was $18.99.
Disney+’s one-year membership fee will be raised to $79.99 after it was first set at $69.99.
Those that aren’t signed up for Disney+ yet have until Friday to subscribe at the lower rates before the prices are increased.
Earlier this month, Disney+ revealed that he hit a huge milestone with this amount of subscribers!