Could Disney’s New $12.99 Streaming Bundle Be a Netflix Killer?

Disney will eat into Netflix’s 60 million U.S. accounts and reach 24-30 million domestic subscribers by 2024, Needham analyst Laura Martin says

Disney just put Netflix and the rest of the streaming world on notice.

That much is clear, after CEO Bob Iger said Tuesday the Mouse House will offer a $12.99 per month bundle with Disney+, ESPN+ and ad-supported Hulu this upcoming November. The deal saves viewers $5 per month compared to paying for the services a la carte, and costs the same as Netflix’s standard subscription.

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Sean Burch

Sean Burch

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Tim Baysinger

Tim Baysinger

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