Disney+ is quickly becoming one of the most anticipated entertainment subscriptions to debut. Launching this November, Disney is announcing more and more content and information on their new service, successfully building the hype. With a slew of new shows, old favorites, and Disney classics, there aren’t many who aren’t ready to experience some of the magic.
We previously announced that Disney+ would be $6.99/month, or $69.99/year, but Disney has just sweetened the pot. Now through Labor Day, D23 members (signing up is free!) can get Disney+ for $46.99/year when purchasing the three-year deal ($140.97 vs $209.97), which is virtually giving you a year for free!
Some rules apply, of course. The deal is valid for U.S. residents only with U.S. payments, and D23 memberships must be active as of 11:59 p.m. PT on September 1, 2019 to be eligible. However it is important to note that new memberships may take up to 36 hours for the discount link to become active. The subscription will also renew at the end of that three-year period, which is currently $69.99/year but is subject to change in that three-year period.
As of August 28, the servers have been overloaded as people rush to subscribe, so if the site doesn’t work at first, keep trying, you’ll get in!
The deal ends this Labor Day, September 2, 2019.