Disney+ Is Offering A Wild Limited Time Deal For Disney+ Day

By Jason Collins | 16 seconds ago

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Disney+ just got cheaper — and by a lot. Disney slashed the price of its streaming service’s subscription to $1.99 for new and recurring customers to celebrate the second anniversary of its streaming service. The price cut is just one of many promotions leading up to the Disney+ Day on November 12. The service’s content has captured the hearts and imaginations of countless customers from around the world with its unparalleled originals and an extensive library of notable movie titles and television series.

As reported by The Hollywood Reporter, new and eligible returning subscribers can sign up for one month of Disney+ at the discounted price of $1.99 through November 14. This offer is available to all users in the U.S. and other countries in which Disney+ is live, with the exception of Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. It’s worth noting that this is a one-time-only offer, and after a one-month subscription expires, it will resume at the original price of $7.99 a month. The subscription promo includes the exclusive, on-platform surprise sneak peeks, which are a special courtesy of Pixar Animation Studios and Marvel Studios, premiering at 8:00 am PT, and 8:45 am PT, respectively. In addition, of course, this includes other first-look exclusives from Disney+ creators, such as Star Wars and National Geographic.

Though most of the Disney+ Day promotions focus on Disney’s streaming service, the company has also partnered with AMC Theaters, which now accept Bitcoin as payment, to get the fans into movie theaters. Towards the end of the promotion, November 12 through November 14, more than 200 AMC Theaters will host four “surprise” screenings of popular Disney films each day for only $5 a ticket. The screenings, which will reveal themselves to the audience once they begin, will also feature surprise shots. In addition, Disney+ Day will also mark the release of Billie Eilish’s The Making of Happier than Ever: A Lover Letter to Los Angeles concert documentary, as well as Marvel Assembled: The Making of Shang-Chi and The Legend of the Ten Rings, and Marvel Studios Legends: Hawkeye, which revisits Hawkeye’s most memorable moments in the MCU.

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Other promotions include several titles premiering on Disney+, including Jungle Cruise, Home Sweet Home Alone – without Macaulay Culkin, unfortunately – and Frozen Forever, alongside a dozen other titles. Real-world promotions that tie into the Disney+ Day include early access to the resorts at Walt Disney World and Disneyland half an hour before parks open for other Disney+ subscribers, additional discounts and customizing options for merchandise, and the sale of NFTs featuring characters from various IPs under Disney’s ownership.

This price drop is perhaps the best “Black Friday” offer The House of Mouse ever offered. Either way, those interested should make the most of it since the whole deal only lasts until November 14. Getting access to a full Disney+ library, with the included novelties, for a 75% off price seems like a good deal, even at the cost of further, full-price subscriptions.