Disney+ Free Trial Offer: Try it for Free on Us!

You can watch Disney+ for free if you follow these instructions!

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Disney+ is finally here! The most anticipated streaming service launch since…well, since streaming services started launching is off to a flying start. Not only does Disney+ offer all the family entertainment you’ve come to expect from the home of Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and friends, it also has an arsenal of blockbuster movies, sci-fi, adventure, and much more available at the touch of a button. With Disney+ you’ll have instant access to classic Disney animated movies, the MCU and other Marvel TV shows, the Star Wars saga (including the franchise’s first ever live action TV series, The Mandalorian), and much more!

Head on over to this Disney+ order page, where you’ll see one offer for Disney+ and a bundled offer for Disney+ paired with Hulu and ESPN+.  

Here’s how to grab a free 7-day trial:

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Click on “Start Your Free Trial” underneath the Disney+ standalone offer. You’ll be prompted to enter your email address and create a password for your new Disney+ account. Like most free trials, Disney+ will require a credit card — but don’t be alarmed, you won’t be charged a dime if you cancel before your 7-day free trial ends. The free trial is only valid for those who haven’t yet signed up for a Disney+ account. If you do choose to stick with Disney+ after the end of the trial period, your subscription options are monthly at $6.99/month or annually at $69.99/year. 

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It’s worth noting the bundled packageon the Disney+ signup page is a pretty good deal — and while Hulu and ESPN+ can be subscribed to individually, you’ll save $5/month by getting all three through the bundle ($12.99/month versus $18/month). For cord-cutters, this deal is a reasonable way to get your sports fix, Disney’s mammoth library of franchises, and access to Hulu originals and rotating monthly releases. The only catch you should note is that bundle subscribers are getting the ad-supported version of Hulu in this bundle, although that seems like a small trade off considering the overall savings you end up with.

For many, though, Disney+’s offerings feel like more than enough. You might be inclined to start with Disney’s massive classic catalogue for a trip down memory lane. Or, jump into the MCU and stream a very jam-packed selection of Marvel movies and TV shows. And we won’t judge if you’re simply in it for The Mandalorian alone. Baby Yoda forever!