Hulu is set to increase the cost of its Live TV+Hulu bundle by $10 to $65 per month beginning from December 18th.
This price rise will affect both new and existing subscribers to the Live TV bundle, which offers over 65 live channels including ABC, Disney Channel, CNN, TLC, ESPN and many more. Included in the Live TV bundle is Hulu’s streaming library without ads.
Customers were informed via an email stating:
As we continue to refine the Hulu + Live TV experience, we’re reaching out to let you know the price of your Hulu + Live TV plan will increase from $54.99/month to $64.99/month on Friday, December 18, 2020.
Hulu + Live TV continues to be the only live TV streaming service that offers an entire on-demand streaming library – including more than 70,000 TV episodes and movies, and award-winning Hulu Originals – along with more than 65 live news, sports, and entertainment channels, all in one place.
The price adjustment will be reflected in your first billing cycle on or after December 18. 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.
The Hulu Team
Hulu + Live TV has over 4 million subscribers and this price rise follows a similar hike for YouTube TV.
Are you a Hulu + Live TV subscriber? Will you be sticking with it following this price hike?