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You can now pre-order Disney+ if you're in the United States

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Disney Plus

What you need to know

  • Disney+ is now available for general pre-order in the United States.
  • It's still $6.99 a month, or $69.99 a year.
  • And you still have to wait until Nov. 12 to actually watch it.

If you just can't wait for Nov. 12 to roll around and for Disney+ to officially launch, it's now available for pre-order for folks in the United States.

And, well, that's it. You don't get anything extra. You don't get a price break, like with the D23 promotion. But you do have the knowledge that you've subscribed to something and given Disney your credit card more than a month in advance. So there's that.

More: How to sign up for Disney+

Note that this is only for Disney+, and that the ridiculously well-priced $12.99 bundle that includes Hulu and ESPN+ won't be available until launch on Nov. 12.

Disney+ is the upcoming streaming home for all of Disney proper. Of course, that world has expanded by several orders of magnitude as Disney also owns Marvel and Star Wars, as well as Pixar and National Geographic.

DISNEY+ PUBLIC PRE-ORDER NOW LIVE

Monthly and Annual Subscriptions With 7-Day Free Trials Available for Early Sign-up at Disneyplus.com

BURBANK (September 22, 2019) — 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.

Consumers signing up during the pre-order window will be among the first to start streaming the never-before-seen original programming being created exclusively for the service from the company's iconic entertainment brands, including Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, and more. In its first year, Disney+ will release more than 25 original series and ten original films, documentaries, including "The Mandalorian," from executive producer and writer Jon Favreau, and "Lady and the Tramp," a timeless retelling of the 1955 animated classic – both streaming on November 12. Subscribers will also enjoy unprecedented access to Disney's vast collection of films and television shows.

Subscribers will be able to stream Disney+ on a wide selection of mobile and connected TV devices at launch, including gaming consoles, streaming media players, and smart TVs. Subscribers will enjoy high-quality and commercial-free viewing, up to four concurrent streams, unlimited downloads, personalized recommendations, and the ability to set up to seven different profiles, including the ability for parents to set Kids Profiles that have an easy to -navigate, child-friendly interface to access age-appropriate content.

Subscriptions are priced at $6.99 per month or $69.99 per year. They automatically renew, with the option to cancel at any time before each renewal date. All new Disney+ subscribers will be eligible for a 7-day free trial.

As previously announced, on November 12, consumers in the U.S. will have the opportunity to purchase a bundled offering of Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu (with ads) for $12.99 per month. The bundle offers an exciting value proposition with access to all of the Disney+ programming plus thousands of live sporting events, sports-themed original series and award-winning sports documentaries from ESPN+; as well as Hulu's award-winning original content and on-demand streaming library. Consumers interested in the bundle should wait until it becomes available at launch on November 12.

For more information and/or to sign-up early to Disney+, visit disneyplus.com.

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3 Comments
  • The problem with disney+ is that you won't get access to the newer content (nor by far all the disney content in general) the first few years (especially the 1st year). So while it is relatively cheap, I don't think it is worth it unless one is diehard disney fan or has missed a lot of older disney/marvel content.
  • Ehm no, it has alot of the newer content already for it still being in a test phase. They also did a content dump 3 days ago. More TV shows, cartoons and movies. There is also a major content dump waiting on the full release including more of Disney's latest hits. The test includes new and old and classics.
  • All the movies released in 2019 would come directly to D+. The ones from 2017-18 would be the ones that'd missing for a few months.