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How to get the new Disney+ streaming service for only $4 a month

Posted at 10:54 AM, Aug 28, 2019

Disney fans looking to binge-watch their favorite TV shows and movies have a lot to look forward to in the coming months. In the short term, they can take advantage of Freeform’s 30 Days of Disney Movies starting in September.

And for those who want 24/7 access to the magical content they crave, the new Disney+ streaming service launching on Nov. 12 will be a one-stop shop for a vast array of entertainment offerings.

The Disney+ streaming service provides on-demand content from a wide range of properties including Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, ESPN+ and Hulu+.

Now, Disney wants to reward its biggest fans by offering a$4 per month subscription deal! The promotional price is only available through Sept. 2, so you need to act fast!

The discount is offered through D23, the official Disney Fan Club. The free, general membership provides fans with the latest news about all things Disney.

As a special, limited-time deal, current members (or those who sign up before Sept. 1) will be eligible for the $4/month subscription price.

This price is good for three full years of Disney+ content. The entire subscription price — a total of $141 — must be paid upfront. This is a savings of about $69 off the regular price of $209.97 for a three-year subscription.

If you sign up for a free D23 membership, you should know it can take up to 36 hours to receive your redemption code for the promotional subscription price. So, be patient — it will come!

You can cancel the subscription at any time, however, no refunds or partial credit will be issued to a customer after cancellation. After three years, the subscription will automatically renew for the regular price of $69.99 per year.

Will you be taking advantage of this magical discount before it’s too late?

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