Ahead of Disney Plus Day later this week, the entertainment platform is offering one month of streaming for just £1.99/US$1.99 right now for customers in the UK and US - the lowest price we've seen so far.
Better yet, the deal is available for both new and returning subscribers. You can take advantage of the slashed subscription price by signing up on the Disney+ website.
This amazing deal is available from today until Sunday 14 November. Once the first month has passed, the subscription will keep on rolling at the standard price of £7.99/$7.99 per month, but you can cancel at any time to avoid the price hike.
By signing up now, users can stream all of the live-action Marvel series such as WandaVision and Loki and will have access to the latest superhero offering, Hawkeye, which drops its first two episodes on 24 November 2021.
Disney+ Day will take place on Friday 12 November and will include exclusive clips and looks at upcoming series and films for the streaming service. We’re expecting footage for the likes of The Book of Boba Fett and possibly even Ms. Marvel.
On the actual day, there will be numerous content drops, including the streaming release of Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, which was released in cinemas back in September. In addition, Jungle Cruise will be taken off of Premier Access, meaning it can be streamed at no extra cost.
Other Disney offers available in Europe and the US include free shipping from ShopDisney, a series of digital collectable NFTs from VeVe, discounts in the Disney theme parks and 10% off Disney Funko Pop characters from 12 November to 14 November using the code DISNEYPLUSDAY at checkout.
American Disney fans can also take advantage of $1 ebooks from the Disney Book store until 17 November, and $5 cinema tickets for a surprise Disney film from 12 November until 14 November. Tickets include a free Disney poster and are available from over 200 AMC Theatres.
If you’d like to know how Disney+ compares to rival streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and HBO Max, take a look at our chart of the best streaming services.