How to Get Disney+ for Less Than $4 a Month

When Disney launches their Disney+ streaming service in the US, Canada, and the Netherlands on November 12th, the streaming universe as we know it will likely be rocked to its very core. The service is seen by many as a bargain. For $6.99/month or $69.99/year, subscribers will have access to more than 7,500 television episodes and more than 500 movies, including those from the Star Wars and Marvel universes. Disney will also be ending it’s Vault program making its entire catalog of animated films available on the service.

Disney+ Year One

And if that wasn’t enough, it looks like Disney is going to add insult to injury to its competitors. Disney is allowing members of its D23 fan club to pre-order Disney+ at a substantial discount. And the best part about it is that joining the fan club is free!

Between now until September 2nd, D23 members can pre-order the streaming service for what amounts to only $3.92/month. However, you have to sign up for three years of the service and pay for it up front. The total comes out to $140.97 which is significantly cheaper than the $251.64 you would be paying if you were to opt for the $6.99/month plan. If you were going to sign up for the service anyway, there’s really no reason not to take advantage of this offer.

Disney+ Offer

So tell us, if you were on the fence about Disney+, is this enough to get you to sign up?

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Jeremiah Zohner

Owner and CEO After developing a love of Star Wars and comic books as a child, Zohner was destined to be a geek. With interests touching on computers, video games, technology, books, TV and movies, and toys and collectibles, he is the epitome of a well-rounded geek. Zohner is one of the founding members of Stolendroids. After stepping away for a time to work on other endeavors, the time was right for him to make his triumphant return to the one project that he truly loves. When he’s not writing articles or podcasting, Zohner can be found spending time with his family, managing projects for a software company, or hanging out in the gym knowing that it won’t do a bit of good.

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