A Disney Plus Price Hike is Coming This Fall For Certain Subscriptions

Disney Plus subscribers will face a hike this fall.

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A Disney Plus price hike was announced Wednesday as the Walt Disney Company reported third-quarter earnings. 

Starting Oct. 12, an ad-free Disney Plus plan will cost $13.99 per month, up from $10.99, according to CNBC. Disney Plus with ads will stay at its current price of $7.99. The cost of Hulu without ads will also be going up, to a whopping $17.99 per month. Hulu with ads will also remain at $7.99. 

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Vaishali Varu

Vaishali graduated in journalism from Leeds University, UK. She has worked for her local news outlet, the Leicester Mercury as well as writing personal finance stories for digital publications, The Money Edit, MoneyWeek and GoodToKnow. When she is not writing about money-saving, deals, finance hacks and other personal finance topics, Vaishali likes to travel and she's a foodie.