It’s the newest streaming service soon to hit the market – and it’s offering a deal to get people signed up. This Disney+ deal makes it one of the cheapest streaming services on the market.
I absolutely love me some Disney. I’ve been to Disney World in Florida over 10 times, and love a good movie. If you’re like me, Disney+ launching soon is making you feel Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious (and no, I didn’t need spellcheck to write that out).
Its official launch date in the UK isn’t until Tuesday 24th March, but you can snap up a discount on yearly membership if you sign up before the launch date. Here’s all the details you need to know:
Disney+ deal for £49.99 a year
Disney+ membership will cost £5.99 a month or £59.99 a year once launched. It has also been announced that everybody will be able to claim a 7 day free trial before paying monthly.
If you are absolutely sure that you are going to use the membership all year round, then you can get it now for a £10 discount with this Disney+ deal making it £49.99 a year for membership.
To get it, all you have to do is sign up in advance before it’s released, and you get access to the first year for a discount. You still wont be able to watch until the 24th March, but you’ll get a years access for £49.99.
This will make the membership roughly £4.16 per month to access all things Disney, which isn’t too bad of a price. How does this compare to the rest though?
How does it compare?
If you had to compare the price of Disney+ to its other streaming competitors, it works out about the same if you paid the standard price.
After the deal getting you £10 off however, it actually becomes the cheapest streaming service you can get. Here’s how the others compare:
- Disney+ – £5.99 a month (£4.16 per month with the deal)
- Netflix (basic plan) – £5.99 a month
- NowTV entertainment pass – £6.99 a month
- Amazon Prime video – £7.99 a month
What does Disney+ give you?
We’re not sure of all the range of TV and film that you’ll get with a Disney+ subscription, though you get a glimpse of what will be included in the trailer and preview page.
You can see films on there such as Toy Story, The Lion King, and Star Wars (including the most recent releases).
It teases that there will be things to watch from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and also National Geographic brands, so there should be plenty to watch.
So what do you think of this Disney+ deal? Will you be going for it? I think if you have a little kid who loves watching Toy Story on repeat, then this could be perfect.
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