1. Get Disney+ For Free For 7 Days
For all new users, you can get a 7-Day Free Trial of Disney+. While this will only get you a week’s worth a content, it will help you see if you think you’ll get your value out of the service.
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 — so we think you will.
2. Win a Free Year of Disney+
As part of the launch, The Streamable, is giving away a free year of Disney+ to one lucky reader. It takes ten seconds to enter — and the winner will be announced today (November 12th).
3. Save $14 a Year, When You Pre-Pay For Disney+
Disney is giving subscribers a discount when they pre-pay for a year of service. Normally a full year would cost $83.88 if you paid monthly, but if you’re willing to pre-pay you can get it for just $70 ($5.83 per month).
4. Save $60 a Year, When You Bundle with Hulu & ESPN+
If you already are a Hulu or ESPN+ subscriber, you can get a discount if you bundle the services together. Normally, Disney+ ($6.99), Hulu with Limited Commercials ($5.99) and ESPN+ ($4.99) are $18 a month, but when you bundle them — the price drops to just $12.99 a month.
If you already a subscriber, you can just sign-up here with your same email address as your Hulu or ESPN+ account and you will get your discount.
5. Save 20% When You Purchase Discounted Gift Cards
One benefit of subscribing via iTunes or Google Play is you can pay for the service with gift cards. For instance, for Black Friday, you can get 20% off an iTunes Gift card from Best Buy.
That means if you use it to pre-pay for a Disney+ subscription, you could pay as little as $56 for an entire year when you purchase via iTunes.
6. Get 1-Year Free From Verizon
If you’re a Verizon customer, you’re in luck. They are giving one-year free to also Verizon Wireless Unlimited subscribers.
For a limited time, new Verizon Fios customers can get 12 months of Disney+, 1 month of YouTube TV and a $100 Visa® Gift Card, when you subscribe to Fios Gigabit Connection.