HOUSEHOLDS can get a Disney+ subscription for £1.99 a month instead of £7.99 under a mega deal – but you’ll want to hurry.
New and existing customers can get one month of the streaming service for £1.99 – which is a saving of £6.
If you don’t pay for Disney+ on an annual basis, then it costs £95.88 a year, but with the discount you would be paying £89.88.
Disney hasn’t confirmed if you can get the equivalent saving if you pay on an annual basis, but we’ve asked for more details.
If you pay for Disney annually, you pay £79.90 a year in one lump sum – which is 12 months for the price of 10.
To get the deal, you have to act fast – it ends in days.
You can get the offer between September 8, from 5am, to September 19.
It comes as many households are axing their subscriptions in a bid to save money during a crippling cost of living crisis.
To get the deal, sign up when the deal launches on the Disney+ website.
The discount should come off automatically when you sign up.
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It comes as Disney+ confirmed last month that customers will see their bills go up from 2023.
It said fans in the US will be paying $10.99 a month for an ad-free service, otherwise they will have to pay $7.99 for a new package that will see viewers watch four minutes of ads every hour.
The new pricing structure for UK customers is not yet clear – but if Disney follows the same pricing plan, users could expect to pay £7.99 for streaming with ads, and £10.99 a month for the ad-free version.
Disney launched its streaming service in November 2019, offering families the chance to catch up on their favourite TV shows and movies from the brand.
It also introduced a Premier option for an extra £19.99 to get early access to certain content.
The service was proved popular – Disney said it added 14.4million subscribers to Disney+ between April and June this year.