If you missed out on your chance to subscribe to Disney+ for $4 a month, have no fear. The streaming service has now opened up standard subscriptions while tossing in a free trial.
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Earlier this month, Disney offered a “buy two years, get one free” deal for those who signed up for a D23 membership. However, the deal allowing you to snag one free year of streaming lasted only through Labor Day.
Now, standard subscriptions are open with new Disney+ subscribers eligible for a 7-day free trial.
U.S. consumers can now sign up early and be among the first to begin streaming Disney+ when it launches Nov. 12.
Those interested in signing up for the streaming service can do so here.
Subscriptions can be for $6.99 per month or $69.99 for an entire year. The 7-day free trial will kick off Nov. 12.
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.
At the D23 conference, fans learned about what Disney+ will offer as far as content and what the schedule of releases will be like. Disney also announced the upcoming movie release schedule through 2027.
Aside from what will be available when the service launches, we know that Disney has a lot more intended for the platform. They’re planning reboots of Home Alone, Night at the Museum, Cheaper By The Dozen and Diary of a Wimpy Kid, which is only a fraction of what they have in store.
Disney+ is slated to launch Nov. 12.