Bundling is all the rage right now, from the Disney+/Hulu/ESPN streaming bundle, to Amazon’s Echo/Ring bundle. It’s a great way to save money on multiple related products.

Apple’s getting into the bundle business by lumping together their many monthly subscriptions into one low monthly payment.

If you’re a user of Apple Music, iCloud Storage or Apple TV+, you could save $300 a year. Here’s what you need to know:

 

The ‘Apple One‘ plan bundles up to 6 Apple services.

If you’re somebody who’s interested in Apple’s various subscriptions — Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, iCloud Storage, Apple News+ and Apple Fitness+ — this new bundle is poised to save you up to 45%.

 

The ‘Individual’ plan saves up to $72/year.

The $14.95/month plan for one user is $6/month cheaper than paying for Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade and 50 GB iCloud Storage separately.

Here’s the breakdown of each service’s regular price:

  • Apple Music Individual subscription: $9.99/month ($4.99/month for students)
  • Apple TV+ subscription: $4.99/month
  • Apple Arcade subscription: $4.99/month
  • iCloud Storage 50 GB: $0.99/month

Total cost individually is $20.96/month, compared to the Apple One $14.95/month bundle.

 

Save nearly $100/year with Apple One’s ‘Family’ plan.

Apple One has a Family plan, which costs $19.95/month for up to 5 users to share the same services as the Individual plan:

  • Apple Music Family subscription: $14.99/month
  • Apple TV+ subscription: $4.99/month
  • Apple Arcade subscription: $4.99/month
  • iCloud Storage 200 GB: $2.99/month

Total cost of each service independently is $27.96/month, compared to the Apple One $19.95/month bundle. That’s a savings of $8/month, or $96/year.

 

 

The Apple One ‘Premier’ plan saves $300/year on 6 different subscriptions.

The Premier bundle adds Apple’s News+ and upcoming Fitness+ services to the existing Family plan offerings, plus includes 2 TB of iCloud storage. This offers the biggest overall savings, by far:

  • Apple Music Family subscription: $14.99/month
  • Apple TV+ subscription: $4.99/month
  • Apple Arcade subscription: $4.99/month
  • iCloud Storage 2 TB: $9.99/month
  • Apple News+ subscription: $9.99/month
  • Apple Fitness+ subscription: $9.99/month

Total cost of these services individually is $54.94/month, which is almost DOUBLE the $29.95/month price point of the Apple One Premier subscription. That’s a savings of about $25/month — or $300/year!

 

Not interested in all these services? Pay annually to reduce your costs.

The advantage of the bundles is lowering the overall cost on various Apple services you’d subscribe to anyway.

But the advantage of NOT bundling is picking and choosing the products you’ll actually use. Many of Apple’s subscriptions offer annual plans, which significantly lower the overall financial impact.

  • Apple Music offers an individual annual plan for $99/year, about $20 cheaper than paying monthly.
  • Both Apple TV+ and Apple Arcade offer a $49.99 annual plan, which is about $10 cheaper than paying monthly (or it’s like getting 2 months free).
  • The forthcoming Apple Fitness+ service has an introductory annual subscription of $79.99, which is about $40 cheaper than paying $9.99/month.

Annual plans with those services alone could reduce your cost from $251.52/year to $211.86/year. That’s not as good as the bundle price of $179.40, but it’s about halfway there.

 

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Save $300/Year on Apple with 'Apple One' Subscription