LAST CHANCE: Get 1-Year of Disney+ For $79.99 (Save $30) For New & Existing Subscribers
The price of Disney+ is going up to $10.99 a month on December 8th, but you can avoid the price hike for one more year with this simple trick.
Until December 8th, you can subscribe or upgrade to the Disney+ Annual Plan for $79.99 for 12 months ($6.66 a month, pre-paid annually) — a $30 savings over new pricing of $109.99 per year.
How to Get Disney+ Annual Plan
- Click here to sign-up for Disney+
- Enter Your Email
- Complete sign-up and get Disney+ For $79.99 for next year
If you are an existing subscriber, click here to go to your account. Once you are in your account, switch from “Monthly” to “Annual” Plan.
Alternatively, you can upgrade to The Disney Bundle for $13.99 a month, which will includes Disney+ (No Ads), Hulu, and ESPN+. While the price will go up to $14.99 a month in December, this version of The Disney Bundle won’t be offered to new customers after then.
There will only be The Disney Bundle (with Ads) for $12.99 / mo. and The Disney Bundle (No Ads) for $19.99 / mo. after the price hikes.
WIth Disney+, you can stream hit new movies like “Thor: Love and Thunder,” the new live-action adaptation of “Pinocchio” starring Tom Hanks, as well as TV series from big-name IPs like “The Mandalorian,” “Andor”, and “She-Hulk: Attorney at Law.” The deal is available to new and existing customers, so whether you’re a new subscriber or a Disney devotee you’ll be able to get a whole year for just $79.99.
How Long Do You Have To Sign Up For a Year of Disney+ For $79.99?
Disney+ will increase to $10.99 a month or $109.99 a year on December 8th, so you won’t have much time to take advantage of it. Unlike most special offers, this one is available to new and existing Disney+ customers, so don’t miss out!
What Else Can I Watch With Disney+?
Along with its own epic library of animated movies and shows, Disney offers some of the most well-known film and TV franchises to stream on Disney+, including the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Star Wars, The Simpsons, and much more.