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Disney Plus Drops to $1.99 for a Limited-Time Deal

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There is a lot to love about Disney Plus, and this month both new or returning customers can get a pretty great deal on the streaming service. For a limited time, Disney is offering a one-month subscription to Disney+ for only $1.99, compared to the regular $8 price.

For those interested, this crazy discount is only available between now and November 14th, so don’t delay. Additionally, considering Disney no longer offers a free trial for its service, this is the next best thing for those that want to tune in and watch The Mandalorian, Loki, or several other hit shows and movies.

The offer is just one of many promotions and discounts the company has announced as part of Disney Plus Day on November 12th. Fans can expect exclusive offers, surprise moments, exclusive entertainment, and even $5 movie tickets and a free poster at select AMC partner locations showing random Disney films.

It’s worth noting that you’ll only get Disney+ at $1.99 for a single month, and the following month the price will return to its usual $7.99 asking price. So, don’t forget to cancel, or just enjoy all the excellent content coming soon. Starting November 12th, the service will add Jungle Cruise and Shang-Chi: Legend of the Ten Rings. Previously, both of these were only available in theaters or on Disney’s premier paid service.

Either way, don’t delay. Get Disney+ for just $1.99 by clicking here and take advantage of Disney Plus Days. And if you need a streaming device, here are our favorite options for the 2021 holiday season.

via Android Central

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