Just in time for College Football season — ESPN+, ESPN’s direct-to-consumer OTT streaming service, is running a special offer that drops the price of their annual plan to just $40 / year (normally $50). This comes just days after Disney offered promos on Hulu and their upcoming Disney+ services.
ESPN+ includes access to UFC, daily out-of-market NHL, MLB, MLS games, international soccer coverage like Serie A, college sports, original shows, and the entire library of 30 for 30 content.
How to Get ESPN+ For $40
- Click here to activate the offer
- Click Sign Up Now
- Select Annual Plan and Complete Purchase
The service is compatible with most major streaming players including Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Roku, Android TV, gaming devices like PS4 and Xbox One, mobile devices on iOS, Android, and most major browsers.
ESPN+ subcribers also get access to additional content on ESPN.com that used to be paywalled under ESPN Insider. This include additional team coverage, exclusive analysis, and fantasty football tools.
Just last month, ESPN shared that the service has reached 2.4 million paid subscribers at the end third quarter. The service has doubled since September when the company announced that their OTT service had reached 1 million subscribers.