While not as attractive as their D23 “Founder’s Circle” deal that dropped the price of Disney+ to just $3.92 a month — Disney Movie Club subscribers now have a similar deal to that was offered to Disney Visa Cardholders a few days ago.
Subscribers have begun receiving an offer for streaming service at a discounted price. In the deal, customers have an option of $20 off 2-years ($120, so $5 a month) or $40 off 3-years ($170, so $4.72 a month) of Disney+. The deal expires on October 7th. In comparison, when it launches on November 12th, the service will cost $6.99 a month or $5.83 when you pre-pay for a year.
In addition to Disney+, the House of Mouse is also offering deals on their other streaming services. Right now, Hulu is offering 6 months of their Limited Commercial plan for just $2.99 a month (normally $5.99), while ESPN+ is available for just $3.33 a month (normally $4.99), when you pre-pay for a year.
But their sights are set for a major launch of Disney+, which comes on November 12th at just $6.99 a month, nearly half the price of Netflix ($12.99). 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 company also announced an original slate including a 10-episode Star Wars series, called The Mandalorian, from Jon Favreau which will be available at launch in November.