Subscription businesses are finding new ways to offer value to their customers, such as print magazines and digital bundles from National Geographic and Disney+, Disney park perks, and more. Also, Peloton increases prices while DoorDash creates a special plan for college students.
College students get discounted DashPass
If you’re a college student, you’re in luck! You can get all the same perks as regular DashPass members for a slashed price of $4.99 monthly or $48 annually. This is available to undergraduate and graduate students at accredited colleges and universities in the US. Learn more on Tech Crunch.
Peloton hikes up subscription costs
Riders, beware. Your Peloton All-Access subscription is jumping from $39 to $44 a month starting June 1. The Peloton Digital Subscription, however, will stay at $12.99 monthly and Bike costs are actually dropping. Peloton said in a blog post that there’s “a cost to creating exceptional content and an engaging platform” and this price increase will help the company deliver on these expectations. Read more on Connect the Watts.
National Geographic and Disney+ join forces for print & digital
A new subscription bundle is coming our way featuring National Geographic content–including print magazines–and the Disney+ streaming service. The $109 annual subscription includes Disney+ shows and movies plus National Geographic’s full streaming service and 10 print issues of National Geographic magazine. Learn more on MediaPost.
New discount perk for Disney+ subscribers
For just having an active Disney+ account, users can also get discounts to select Disney World resorts from July 8 through September 30, 2022. Park-goers can save up to 25% on their visit. Read more on Cord Cutter News.
Amazon Kids+ launches first mobile games
The entertainment subscription platform for kids just announced its first original mobile games. For just $2.99 a month, this may be an affordable, easy way for parents to keep their kids occupied. Read more on Tech Crunch.
CNN+ launches on Roku platform
CNN’s new streaming service is available on Roku as of April 11. Roku users can download the CNN app, which will include both CNN+ features and access to the existing CNN programs such as live TV feeds and on-demand programming. Read more in the CNN Press Room.
Frame.io joins Creative Cloud subscription bundle
Video project collaboration just got better because Frame.io is now part of subscriptions to Adobe’s Creative Cloud. The company’s video editing software has gotten a refresh, and now your dollars will stretch even further. Learn more on The Verge.