Disney selling three years of streaming service for the price on two
Disney+, which is already one of the cheapest streaming options out there, slashed the price even further by offering a “get three years for the price of three” promotion.
- The streaming service, which hasn’t even launched yet, was charging $140.97 for three years of the service — paid in advance.
- When divided by 36 months, that comes out to about $3.92 a month.
- That’s just a bit more than half the normal $6.99 a month cost.
- Getting the deal requires being a member of the D23 fan club.
- The base tier of D23 is free, though a “gold” membership costs at least $99 a year.
- Disney notes that newly registered D23 members may have to wait at least 36 hours for the offer to become active in their accounts.