With Disney+ set to go active next month, the streaming service is now offering up a new $5 USD a month deal that should cause competitors to worry.
Disney launched the new deal today which will lock fans in at less than $5 USD per month if they sign up for a three-year plan for $169.99 USD. The special deal surfaced when The Founders Circle members — those who are already signed up for Disney’s mailing list — got the new offer in their e-mails.
Those interested can go to founders.disneyplus.com for details and to sign up. The rate will appear as $209.99 USD. However, after entering the code “PARKSPASS3YEARS” the discount will activate. Unfortunately this discount won’t apply to the $12.99 USD per month package that will include ESPN+ and Hulu. According to Gizmodo the less than $5 USD a month deal will only last until Friday, October 11.
Disney+ launches on November 12 and will include classic ’90s Marvel animated series such as X-Men, Spider-Man and more.
Looking to shop around, here’s how much each streaming service costs.