Can You Get a Disney Plus Account for Free?

When Disney Plus launched back in November 2019, the service offered a free trial so that everyone could test out the platform. In the meantime, however, the free trial was pulled, and we’re all left with the only option of subscribing to Disney Plus. Still, there are some ways to get Disney Plus for free. 

These deals we’re talking about are temporary for some of the companies, but they’re here nonetheless. You need to be the one to decide whether or not they’re worth it, considering the fact that the Disney Plus subscription price runs at $6.99 per month or $69.99 per year, while the bundle that includes Disney Plus, Hulu, and ESPN+ costs $12.99 per month. 

How Can You Get Disney Plus for Free?

Disney+ is offered as a perk for various other subscriptions. Given the Disney Plus subscription price, however, we only advise you to grab these deals if you really need them. 

Verizon Wireless – One offer that’s really good right now is this one if you’re looking to become a Verizon Wireless customer. They are currently offering a bundle that includes Hulu, Disney+, and ESPN+ for the Play More Unlimited ($45/mo) and the Get More Unlimited ($55/mo) plans. At the same time, the clean Disney Plus subscription goes with the Do More Unlimited ($45/mo) and Start Unlimited ($35/mo) plans. 

These offers are available for new customers. If you already are a Disney Plus subscriber, but you’ve already signed up to Verizon unlimited, you can get the platform for free. You should get an email with more information on how to manage the pre-purchased subscription. 

US Mobile – Folks who want to get US Mobile can subscribe to one of their Unlimited plans to also get Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+, a bundle that usually goes for $12.99 per month. The carrier allows people to sign up for multiple lines per account.

Chromebooks – Folks who are going to buy a new Chromebook will also get three months of Disney Plus. This is just one of many perks people can choose from. You can get this after purchasing a Chromebook and using the promotional code to pick a perk. You’ll get a code, and you can use that to set up an account on Disney Plus. The offer is only available for US residents and brand new Disney+ subscribers.

Xbox Game Pass – A brand new offer from Microsoft for Xbox Game Pass members includes 30 days of free Disney Plus access. The deal is available for old and new Ultimate members. Those who are new to Disney Plus can get a code from the Perks Gallery on their Xbox console, Xbox app, or Xbox Game Pass mobile app and claim 30 days of free access to the service. Members can claim the trial until January 31st, 2021. The free month can be redeemed until March 2nd, 2021. The offer is available for Xbox Game Pass members in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States.

If you’re going to get Disney+ for free, these are a few options you can go for. You can decide whether they’re worth it or not, considering the price of the service itself.

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