Disney Plus is finally launching on Tuesday, November with a catalog of over 500 movies, animated series, new Disney+ originals and so much more. The Library catalog of the Disney streaming service is so huge that everyone would want to subscribe to it at one point.
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It doesn’t even costs that much as the subscription charges for Disney Plus are $6.99 per month and $69.99 if paid for a year together giving you two months free. But there are even better deals as you can easily get the Disney+ service for free. Here are the best ways to get Disney plus subscription for free and that too legally.
Disney Plus One Year Free with Verizon
The best way to get Disney plus for an entire year without paying a single penny is to become a Verizon subscriber or get on of their annual packs. Verizon has announced that their new and existing customers will get one year free Disney plus when they take their unlimited 5G plans.
VERIZON CUSTOMERS GET DISNEY PLUS STREAMING FREE FOR A YEAR
so if you don’t see me all year mind your business
— Bailee Barber (@baileebarber_) November 11, 2019
Verizon Fios customers and the new users who switch on to the service will get the benefit as they will get a full free year of Disney plus content to stream from November 12. For those who have already subscribed to the Disney plus services, it will come into effect after the free one-year with Verizon is ended and hence even they don’t have to worry.
Disney Plus 7-Day Free Trial
Disney is also offering a 7-day free trial to all the new customers which should be enough to watch the new Disney original series including The Mandalorian and even the Avengers: Endgame movie. There are other ways that might not offer free Disney plus but will have it at a heavy discounted rate while giving much more content.
There is a combined bundle package of Disney+ ($6.99 a month) + Hulu ($5.99 a month) and ESPN+ ($4.99 a month) at just $12.99 which will save you $5 per month. Also, the service will offer Disney+ on 10 devices with four parallel streamings, Hulu on one device and ESPN+ on five separate device.