Disney+ has finally arrived! Now that the streaming service is ready for members in select countries including the United States and Canda, it's time to figure out the best way to sign up and start streaming! The service is available to download as an app on so many devices, from Roku and Fire TV streaming sticks to smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, and more. You can watch it using your computer as well.
Sign up for just Disney+
While the service has a regular monthly cost of $6.99, you can drop that cost down to just $5.83 monthly when you sign up for a full year today. You'll be charged a one-time fee of $70 as opposed to the $84 that it'd cost to pay month-by-month. However, there are two other deals that might make more sense for your family, including one that could score you an entire year for free.
Bundle with Hulu and ESPN+
Another fantastic deal that's available right now nets you access not just to Disney+ but also to Hulu and ESPN+ streaming services all for just $12.99 per month. Separately, these services would cost $18, so it pays to make sure you have the bundle rather than buying them all on their own.
Verizon gives customers free access
The lucky Verizon customers out there can snag a free year of Disney+ at no extra charge to their monthly bill! This deal is valid for all new and existing 4G LTE and 5G unlimited wireless customers, as well as new Verizon Fios Home Internet and 5G Home Internet customers.
All You Can Stream
It's finally time to start binge-watching all of the new originals, classic TV series, and movies on Disney+! Signing up for a one-year membership drops the monthly cost to $5.83. Meanwhile, Verizon customers can score a full year for free!
Disney's new streaming service is loaded with content from day one, so you don't have to worry about signing up too early. From every Pixar movie like Toy Story and Up! to classic Disney animated films such as The Lion King and The Little Mermaid, this service is a must-have for parents with younger children, as its regular cost is only $6.99 a month! It also includes a slate of Marvel superhero films such as The Avengers: Endgame, the Star Wars series, all of The Simpsons, and a bevy of Disney Channel TV shows and original movies, from Lizzie McGuire, Phineas and Ferb, and Hannah Montana, to High School Musical, Descendants, and so much more. Some of the content here hasn't been available to watch at all for over a decade, such as the Disney Channel show So Weird, making Disney+ the only place to find certain shows and movies.
To learn more about Disney's new streaming service, this guide can fill you in on everything you need to know.
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