On November 12, Disney will launch its highly-anticipated streaming service, Disney+. You can pre-order it now and get ready for launch day, and if you’re a Movie Rewards member, you can save a little bit of money.
It will cost $7 a month or $70 a year, depending on how you want to be billed, when you go through the Disney+ site. No matter which one you sign up for, though, you’ll be getting a seven-day free trial, beginning on November 12. You’ll be able to stream on four devices at once with no advertisements and no limits to downloads. However, this offer does not include the streaming bundle with Hulu or ESPN+ added. That will still cost $13 a month.
Disney Movie Rewards members can save $20 when they buy a two-year subscription for $120 (normally $140). Or you can get a three-year subscription for $170 (normally $210) and save $40. After the initial two or three years, you will be billed $70 annually unless you cancel. If you’re a member of Disney Movie Rewards, look through your emails for this offer. Last month, Disney D23 members were able to save 33% on a three-year subscription, but that offered expired on September 1.
Disney+ will offer a wide variety of content for subscribers from classic Disney animated movies to Pixar to the Marvel Cinematic Universe to Star Wars to National Geographic to Seasons 1-30 of The Simpsons. Additionally, there is plenty of original series coming to the service as well, including a Monsters Inc.. Loki, The Manadlorian, and more.
If you’re interested in being the first to sign-up for the new service, head to the Disney+ site where there is a friendly countdown clock reminding everyone that we have precious little freetime left in our lives before we’re binge-watching all of Star Wars and every MCU movie, forever.
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