We had mentioned earlier regarding the much-anticipated Disney’s Disney+. Well, the wait is almost over. The launch date is finalized for 12th of November, 2019; but there is a pre-order launch up for grabs. And this pre-order comes with a 7-day free trial!
Disney+ Is Finally Up For Pre-Order
Disney+ is rife with anticipation, especially from members of the cord-cutting community. Although the streaming landscape is becoming more and more fragmented, more options can be a good thing.
There is still the question of the streaming becoming so segmented that people go back to pirating, but that’s a topic for another day. The thing is, Disney is confident it’ll make a splash, and it certainly has the content to back this up — it owns Marvel, ABC, 21st Century Fox, making for some killer library of TV shows and movies. Netflix should be scared.
Basically, Disney+ will launch with 25 original series and 10 original films within its first year. That includes the highly anticipated Star Wars show The Mandalorian, and a live-action version ofThe Lady and the Tramp.
So, those interested in Disney’s upcoming streaming service, Disney+, can sign up for the pre-order now.
The Bundle –
Also, for those who want more than just Disney+, there’s also a bundle available at $13 a month that includes ESPN+; and ad-supported Hulu on top of a Disney+ subscription. This, however, won’t be a viable option until November 12, the streaming service’s release date.
More Insight –
Consumers residing in the U.S. can now sign-up early for Disney+ and be among the first to start streaming on November 12 when the service makes its debut. Pre-order is now live for the general public through launch on Disneyplus.com with both monthly and annual subscriptions available for purchase at $6.99 and $69.99, respectively, with a seven-day free trial beginning November 12.
So basically, Disney is offering customers the option to sign up for a monthly subscription pass at $6.99 a month; or an annual fee of $69.99. Those who want to purchase the bundle — which includes Disney+, the sports streaming service ESPN+, and ad-supported Hulu — should wait until launch day on November 12th, the company said in a press release. That subscription will cost $12.99 a month.
All subscription packages will automatically renew, according to the company; but there will be an option to cancel at any time before each renewal date. Also all the new subscribers can sign up for the seven-day free trial.
Some Disney+ subscription packages have already been offered to select Disney membership holders, including those who attended D23, the company’s biennial fan conference. The service is also already available in a beta version to customers in The Netherlands.