If you weren’t among the millions of Verizon customers who received a free year of Disney+ when the streaming service launched last month, you can still get in at a discounted $5 per month with this Cyber Monday deal.
Disney+ launched November 12 with video content including nearly 500 films and 7,500 shows—all of which have bee made available free for a year to Verizon customers who subscribe to the company’s Fios, 5G Home Internet, and Unlimited mobile data plans.
For everyone else: if you want to binge watch decades of The Simpsons on Disney+, you can get a one year subscription to the service for only $5 a month when paying for a full year upfront. Buying a year-long subscription usually costs $69.99 ($5.83 per month), or $6.99 when paying for one month at a time, which amounts to $83.88 after 12 months.
With today’s Cyber Monday price, a full year of Disney+ can be had for $59.99, which is $10 off the annual subscription price and works out to only $5 per month.
Along with 31 seasons (666 episodes) of The Simpsons, Disney+ has content ranging from Marvel movies to entirely original programming such as The Mandalorian, a new live-action Star Wars series that premiered the week that Disney+ launched. Videos are served up without ads and Disney has plans to continue expanding its catalog.
The service supports streaming on up to four devices at once and you can download an unlimited number of videos on up to 10 devices for offline viewing later on. Besides accessing the platform through web browsers, a Disney+ app is rolling out for Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, iOS, Android, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Chromecast, as well as smart TVs from LG and Samsung.