It’s been one month since the much-anticipated Disney+ streaming service launched, and it’s been the talk of the internet since. There have been endless conversations about the Star Wars spin-off The Mandalorian, we’ve been able to re-watch some old movies with questionable material, and it’s been fun being nostalgic and sharing that with our kids. Disney knows this, and now they’re looking to hook more customers who may have been on the fence about their new subscription service. Just in time for cyber Monday, a Disney+ is offering a really cheap yearly subscription.
Today, you can purchase the first year of Disney+ for $59.99, which is $10 off the original annual subscription price. This one-day-only price works out to be just under $5 a month, which is easier to budget for than the regular $6.99 per month.
Disney+ allows users to stream their content, including original and past favorite movie and TV titles from Marvel, National Geographic, and Pixar, on several devices. Their service can be streamed and downloaded from any iOS device, Apple TV, any Android device or Android TV, Roku, Xbox One, Amazon Fire TV, smart TVs and through your laptop.
While there are a bunch of titles available on Disney+, and there have been some big standouts, such as The Mandalorian and The High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, the platform is continuing to add to their library. According to a recent Tweet, the platform is going to soon be home to streaming Thor: Ragnorok and Star Wars: The Last Jedi, once their contract is up with Netflix at the end of December.
We’ve made a list and checked it twice!
— Disney+ (@disneyplus) December 1, 2019
This month we’ll also see the remaining episodes of season 1 of The Mandalorian drip-released one new episode per week. Garfield: The Movie, Pixar in Real Life: Finding Dory Aquarium Escape, and George of the Jungle 2 are also making their way to the platform this month.
So, it’s a good time and an excellent price to get in, if you haven’t yet.