Thanks to stream-flation, pretty much every streaming service is getting pricier. But Disney+ has introduced a time-limited offer that might pique the interest of streaming enthusiasts on a budget. For a mere $1.99 per month, subscribers can access the Disney+ Basic ad-supported plan for three months, which is a significant markdown from the standard monthly fee of $7.99.
Note that ONLY the Disney+ Basic plan is discounted. This plan includes Disney+ only (it’s not one of the bundles that includes Hulu or ESPN+).
How to Get the Discount
This offer is, unfortunately, not a permanent one. So you’ll need to subscribe by Sept. 20. Subscribers can then enjoy the reduced rate for three months only. After this period, the subscription reverts to the regular $7.99 monthly price. So, if you’re considering a brief Disney+ experience without committing long-term (or want to make sure it’s for you), this offer is worth considering.
It’s available only to new and eligible returning subscribers. So if you’re currently subscribed, you can’t get this discount.
To get the offer, follow these steps:
- Sign up here.
- Select the Disney+ Basic plan. Note that this plan includes ads.
- Enter your information (including your billing information).
- Enjoy three months of Disney+ for $1.99. If you don’t cancel before the trial ends, your payment card on file will start getting auto-billed for $7.99 per month.
Exploring Disney+ Content
Disney+ has rapidly gained recognition in the streaming industry since its inception. It boasts a vast library of classic Disney animations, popular blockbusters, and exclusive original content from Pixar, Marvel, “Star Wars” and National Geographic. From nostalgic childhood favorites to fresh adventures, Disney+ caters to a wide audience.
However, Disney has been raising the cost of its services (and feuding with Charter). Whatever you think of its most recent moves, this $1.99-per-month deal is a good one (and will massively improve your fall nights in).
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