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Disney Will Offer Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ for $12.99 a Month

Disney is going to bundle its Disney+ streaming service with Hulu and ESPN+ for a total of $12.99 a month.

That’s five bucks less than if you bought them all separately.

FYI, you’re getting the version of Hulu that has ads.

Let’s be honest:  You were already more than prepared to pay $6.99 a month for Disney+. So was I.  They had us.



There was virtually no incentive for Disney to sweeten the deal.  But they just did.

Yesterday, they announced that they’ll bundle Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ for a grand total of $12.99 a month.

FYI, you’re getting the version of Hulu with ADVERTISEMENTS, which is normally $5.99 a month.

ESPN+ is regularly $4.99 a month.

So if you take the deal, you’re paying five bucks less per month than if you paid for all three separately.

Now, you can get Disney+ for $69.99 a year if you pay all at once, but that averages out to about $5.80 a month . . .

so it’s STILL cheaper to get the bundle IF you want all three services.

It is said that a reboot of Home Alone will be released!!





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Walgreens to Close 200 Stores in Wake of Quarterly Drop

As U.S. brick-and-mortar retailers continue to drop like flies, Walgreens officials have announced plans to shutter 200 stores as part of a cost-cutting measure.

In a regulatory filing on Tuesday, the company said the closings are part of its plan to streamline costs by $1.5 billion.

“We are undertaking a transformational cost management program to accelerate the ongoing transformation of our business, enable investments in key areas and to become a more efficient enterprise,” a statement released Tuesday reads.

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Walgreens previously announced plans to shut down 200 stores in the U.K. as well.

In June, Walgreens — which operates more than 18,000 stores worldwide — revealed its quarterly net income had dropped by 24 percent.

Do YOU think this the beginning of the end for Walgreens?

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