Disney+ has officially opened up for pre-orders. It’s not the first time the service has been available to the public, with an August bundle crashing the D23 website. The prices come in at the promised rates of $6.99 USD monthly or $69.99 USD annually.
The holding page for Disney+ consists of a countdown and two buttons for the monthly and annual subscription deals. The news comes after Apple announced that its streaming service, Apple TV+, would launch on November 1, 11 days before the Disney+ launch date of November 12.
The previously mentioned bundle with Hulu and ESPN+ for $12.99 USD isn’t available yet, with the only current way to get a discount is to spend the annual fee, coming in at $5.84 USD monthly as opposed to $6.99 USD. You can sign up for the service at the Disney+ landing page.
— Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) September 23, 2019