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You Can Sign Up For A Year's Worth Of Disney+ For Less Than A £1 A Week

You Can Sign Up For A Year's Worth Of Disney+ For Less Than A £1 A Week

But today is the last day you can sign up for the pre-order deal

The pre-order offer has now finished. But you can start watching with a week's free trial by clicking this link and getting started.

Disney+ launches in the UK tomorrow (Tuesday 24 March) and with things the way they are right now, it's probably the ideal time to sign up for hours and hours of entertainment you can enjoy while doing the socially responsible thing and parking you're a*** on the couch.

If the thought of 500 films and over 350 series isn't enough to tempt you, then how about the fact that if you sign up for a pre-order 12-month subscription you'll get it for £49.99... which works out as less than a quid a week.

After today, a 12-month subscription will cost £59.99, or £5.99 per month - so if you want it at the slightly cheaper price don't hang around.


For your £49.99 you'll be able to binge on Disney classics such as Beauty and the Beast, The Jungle Book and Cinderella, as well as catching up with newer releases like the live-action Lion King flick and you can take your pick from the Pixar movies.

If fairytales and princess aren't your thing, then the streaming service also boasts the Marvel Cinematic Universe back catalogue, meaning you can go back to where the franchise began with Iron Man and end up a blubbering heap at Avengers: Endgame.

Many of the Star Wars movies are also available as well the hit original series The Mandalorian. And fans of Homer, Marge, Bart and co can enjoy all 30 seasons of The Simpsons.

For anyone missing the outside world, Disney+ has plenty of content from National Geographic, perfect.


In total, Disney+ has more than 25 originals available from launch with plenty more in the pipeline, including exciting Marvel additions. Disney has already confirmed there will be live-action projects about Loki and Hawkeye, with other projects currently under wraps.

Last year, Disney CEO Bob Iger promised fans the full Disney back catalogue would be on the streaming service 'at some point fairly soon after launch,' adding that 'the movies that you speak of that traditionally have been kept in a 'vault' and brought out basically every few years will be on the service'.

If you want to sign up for a free trial click this link.

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Topics: TV and Film, Disney+