Disney+ is gearing up to launch in a month, and now Disney is offering a discounted deal for people who buy a three-year package.
Disney+ kicks off Nov. 12 at just $6.99 per month or $69.99 for an entire year.
However, a new offer lets Disney+ users get three years of the service for $169.99, which is a $40 discount from the original. To claim the offer, all you have to do is go to the Disney+ sign-up site and enter the code “PARKSPASS3YEARS” to get your discount.
In other recent news, Disney also banned commercials from Netflix from airing on all of their networks. Earlier this year, they blocked ads from all streaming services, but updated it to only prevent Netflix from running commercials.
The ban was updated to “reflect the comprehensive business relationships we have with many of these companies,” according to The Wall Street Journal.
A few weeks ago, we learned that standard subscriptions for Disney+ opened with new subscribers eligible for a 7-day free trial that launches Nov. 12.
Those interested in signing up for the streaming service can do so here.
Also, a bundle deal including Disney+, Hulu and ESPN will launch Nov. 12 for an astounding $12.99 per month.
Earlier, the full list of movies and TV series coming to Disney+ was revealed which includes original content created just for the streaming service.
Classic films like Beauty and the Beast, The Incredibles, Pirates of the Carribean and more are included, not to mention the vast Marvel collection. The TV show list is just as long, with a few standouts being The Simpsons, Kim Possible, Lizzie McGuire and more.
You can view the full Disney+ library here.
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