Hulu + Live TV Subscription Gets More Expensive

But it now includes access to Disney+ and ESPN+ as part of the deal...

Hulu + Live TV

It seems it was just recently when Disney-owned Hulu raised prices of its Hulu + Live TV offering. Now, it’s doing it again — adding another $5 to the bill for a total of $70 per month. Or $76 for those who don’t want to see ads on Hulu.

That’s a lot of money for a subscription but this time round, the offering goes beyond access to Hulu and TV channels to also include access to Disney+ and ESPN+. In other words, this is a complete package for those who want the best of everything — including original content from Hulu and Disney+ (including Marvel, Star Wars, Pixar and more), sports and live TV. As an added bonus, access to 4K streaming comes included at no extra cost.

Existing Live TV subscribers don’t have to do anything when the change goes live – it will happen automatically so long as your email for the respective services is the same.

The new pricing will take effect on December 21st.

How to watch Hulu + Live TV from anywhere?

The problem with signing-up for Hulu from outside of the US is that it requires an american credit card. If you don’t have one, you can pay for the service with a gift card, which can be bought from MyGiftCardSUPPLY. There, you will find gift cards for many popular entertainment services, Hulu being just one of them.

Once you have a gift card, you should fire up your VPN app (you have one, right?), connect to a US-based server and get yourself a Hulu account.

It may sound complicated, but in reality – we are talking about something that takes no more than 5 minute to finish. And this extra step is only required when signing-up.

Otherwise, all you have to do is connect to a US-based VPN server and watch everything Hulu + Live TV has to offer. And that’s a lot.

At the end, we’ll add that if you still haven’t found a VPN for yourself, now’s the time to do that. Since you’re reading this, we suggest checking out our page with the Best VPNs for Hulu. We’re sure you’ll find good service there. 😉