1 month Disney+ currently particularly cheap
For a limited time only, you can use Disney+ for a month without restrictions at a significantly lower price. The details. Plus: These films and series start today.
The Disney+ streaming channel costs EUR 8.99 per month. Disney does not offer a free month or week for Disney+. So you can’t try the streaming offer for free and only then decide whether you want to subscribe to the channel. But for a short time you can at least test Disney+ for a lot less.
Book Disney+ now at a particularly good price
Because on the occasion of “Disney+ Day 2022” you can only get a month of Disney+ until September 19, 2022 for only 1.99 euros instead of the 8.99 euros that are actually due. So you save 77 percent for a month and can try out Disney’s streaming offer at a particularly low price during this time. If you like the offer, simply let the subscription continue, paying the full price of 8.99 euros per month from the second month. Alternatively, you can opt for the annual subscription for EUR 89.90. This saves you a lot of money compared to the monthly payment method. You can cancel the Disney+ subscription online at any time.
How to receive Disney+
You can receive Disney+ on smart TVs, PCs, notebooks, game consoles, set-top boxes, tablets and smartphones. You can find a list of all supported platforms and devices here and in this article: These devices support the Disney+ streaming service.
For the US, Disney has already announced a price increase for Disney+ and a new, slightly cheaper subscription with advertising: Disney+ will be more expensive in the US and the ad-supported version will start. For the German market, on the other hand, there is still no relevant information.
Disney+ Day 2022: These films and series start today
For Disney+ Day 2022 on September 8th, there are many exciting premieres on Disney+. Including “Thor: Love and Thunder”, “Pinocchio” (with Tom Hanks) and “Cars on the Road”.
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