You Can Preorder Disney Plus For Less Than $4 A Month

by Madison Vanderberg

For a limited time, you can sign up for Disney Plus for only $4 a month

Disney Plus is set to launch on November 12, 2019, and unlike most other streaming services which are in the $12+ range, Disney Plus will only set you back $7 per month (or $13 a month if you bundle with Hulu and ESPN Plus). However, Disney head honchos have hinted at the fact that this monthly price will increase as they create more content, but for a limited time, Disney Plus is offering an insane subscription offer of less than $4 per month.

There are a few catches, and they are: You have to sign up for the Disney fan club D23, you have to do it before September 2, and you have to sign up for a three-year Disney Plus plan.

First, sign up for D23, which is the official Disney fan club. Make sure to sign up for the free “general membership” level. Once you’re in the fan club, you’ll receive newsletters and other emails — which honestly, can be annoying — but nothing’s stopping you from filtering those D23 emails out of your inbox and into their own “special” Gmail folder.

After joining, D23 will send you an “Exclusive Offer” email for the discount subscription, and all you have to do is click on the “Redeem Now” button. Just make sure to sign up for D23 and redeem your offer by September 2, 2019.

The deal is that you get Disney Plus for $46.99 per year, for three years, but you must commit to those three years with a one-time up-front fee of $141. The good news is that $141 broken down by month is essentially $3.92 a month. For comparison, if you wait and sign up for a regular annual plan, you’d be paying roughly $5.83 a month, and if you don’t want to sign up for a yearly plan and just want to pay month-to-month, then the price is $7 per month. If you sign up for this special offer, you’ll save $69 over the course of three years. Then, after the three-year contract is up, your account is automatically billed annually at the yearly rate of $69.99.

For $4 a month, which is basically the cost to rent one movie on iTunes, you’re getting Disney, Marvel, Pixar, Star Wars, and National Geographic content. We’re not shilling for Disney here, we’re just really stoked to watch a bunch of stuff for the cost of a latte.

Disney teased a bunch of Disney Plus content at the D23 Expo last week which includes everything from a stand-alone Star Wars series to a live-action Lady and the Tramp to a Jeff Goldblum series to a Christmas movie starring Anna Kendrick and Bill Hader.

Whether you’re a family of four who needs access to both the Disney vault and all the Avengers movies, or you’re a childless millennial who just really wants to watch the Lizzie McGuire reboot, we’re basically all just going to be handing our cash directly over to Disney come November, so we might as well do it for cheap while we can.