Offer Ends Soon: Save 33% On Disney+ Annual Subscription (US Only)

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Disney's new streaming service Disney+ launches this November, and at the recent D23 convention, there were plenty of announcements regarding TV series and movies coming to the service. This included Marvel shows like Ms. Marvel, Moon Knight, She-Hulk, and even a show starring Loki. The platform offers a lot more than that, including content from brands like Star Wars, Pixar, and more, and for a limited time you can subscribe at a fairly substantial discount.

The downside to Disney+ is you might be adding it to a long list of streaming subscriptions you already have, like Netflix, Hulu, or HBO Now. A limited-time pre-order offer might make that purchase easier: From now through Sunday, September 1, you can save big on a Disney+ subscription if you're willing to pay upfront for three years. A one-year subscription generally costs $70, but the deal drops that price to $47 per year. That's still a total of $140.97 total, but it's a drastic savings compared to spending more than $200 over three years. And you'll be paying the equivalent of only $3.92 per month (compared to the regular monthly price of $7).

This deal was first made available to paid D23 members over the weekend, but now it's available to any US residents with free general membership. To claim the offer, you'll need to sign up for Disney's free D23 fan club before 11:59 PM on Sunday night. It may take up to 36 hours to receive your invite to claim the deal if you're signing up for the first time. The exclusive offer will appear in your account information, and you should also receive an email.

D23's page detailing this exclusive offer has been having loading issues, which suggests a huge amount of people are trying to claim the deal. If that page is down, you can also sign up for free membership through this page, which appears to be working fine, or just wait and try again later. In the meantime, catch up on all the biggest news out of D23 Expo 2019.

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