Hulu Sets $1 Monthly Price Hike for October

It's the third Disney streaming service to raise rates this year

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Hulu is the latest Disney streaming service to raise its prices. Beginning Oct. 8, the price of Hulu’s ad-free and ad-supported tiers will both cost $1 more each month, the company is telling subscribers today.

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The change affects both current and new subscribers, and will increase Hulu’s ad-free plan to $12.99 a month and its ad-supported tier to $6.99 a month.

It does not affect subscribers to Hulu’s Live TV plans, which costs $65 a month for access to live linear channels in addition to Hulu originals and on-demand shows, nor does it affect the price of the Disney Bundle, which costs $13.99



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