If you're stuck at home with nothing better to do, or need to keep the kids entertained, now is the perfect time to pick up Disney+ (or Disney Plus, if you prefer) at a discounted cost of £49.99 per year (reduced from £59.99). That breaks down to roughly £4.17 per month, making it cheaper than Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.
The deal is part of Disney’s pre-order promotion that ends tonight midnight, before the service officially launches in the UK on 24 March. Head over to Disney+ now to get this deal before it goes.
If you missed the pre-order deal, check out how to get Disney Plus free for 6 months with O2 plans. New and upgrading customers qualify, while existing customers who don't want to upgrade can add the service and get £2 off their monthly bills.
What can you expect to see? Loads. We mean it.
The streaming service offers all-you-can-eat 4K access to 500 films along with 7000 episodes of Disney TV shows.
This includes access to the Mandalorian (of course), along with every Star Wars film (except The Rise of Skywalker), plus films from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, like Captain Marvel and Avengers: Endgame.
Disney Plus will also host classic Disney films and Pixar favourites – including Frozen 2, which launched on the platform three months in advance to keep families entertained at home amidst current “challenging times” of lockdowns and quarantines.
Simpsons fans can also rejoice knowing Disney Plus will host over 600 episodes of the series. And if that’s not enough, the streaming channel will also host NatGeo films and shows and Disneynature documentaries. Now that's a lot of content to binge-watch while at home.
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