Looking for a last minute gift for the holidays? Imagine being able to give the entire collection of every Disney movie ever made. Now, Disney+ has made it easy to gift a one-year subscription of the streaming service to your friends and family.
How to Buy a Disney+ Gift Certificate
- Click here to purchase a Disney+ Gift Card
- Enter the Recipient’s Information
- Enter Payment Info and Compete Your Purchase
The gift cards can only be redeemed by new U.S. Disney+ subscribers. You can add a personalized gift message and set the delivery date if you want it received on a special day like Christmas.
If you prefer to give a physical gift card, you can also purchase a physical one-year subscription card at Disney Stores around the country.
Where to Buy a Disney+ Gift Subscription?
You can’t buy a Disney+ Subscription Gift Card at Amazon, Walmart, or Best Buy. Currently, you can buy a digital Disney+ Gift Card on the Disney+ websiteor a physical Disney+ Gift Card at Disney Stores.
Disney+ launched on November 12th at $6.99 a month, nearly half the price of Netflix ($12.99). The service includes four simultaneous streams, unlimited downloads, 4K streaming across a range of devices including Roku, Apple TV, Android TV, Chromecast, iOS, Android, & Web.
The streaming service has a deep catalog including the entire Disney Vault, Pixar and Star Wars libraries, MCU films like “Captain Marvel,” and the entire 30 seasons of The Simpsons — they will have six original series on day one. Next year will bring MCU’s “Falcon & The Winter Soldier” and Pixar’s “Forky Asks a Question.”
Starting with the 2019 theatrical slate, all Disney/Pixar/Marvel/Star Wars films will become exclusive to Disney+, meaning movies like the live-action versions of “Aladdin,” “The Lion King,” “Captain Marvel” and “Avengers: Endgame” will only be available to stream on Disney+.
The first year will include 25 new original series, 10+ movies, 7,500 past episodes, 100 recent movies, and 400 library titles including the entire Disney Vault. Previously, many of those new releases and library films would have gone to Netflix as part of a distribution deal that started in 2016.