Is Disney Plus Worth It?

Disney’s new streaming service, Disney Plus, gives you access to a seemingly endless amount of your favorite content — from Star Wars to Marvel to Disney classics. Look below for special offers on Disney Plus!

Disney Plus is constantly adding to its library, too. Keep your eyes peeled to our guide for what’s new on Disney Plus – the latest addition to the service is Onward, which arrived about a month after it hit theaters, another gift from Disney to the parents and kids stuck at home due to the coronavirus pandemic, following Frozen 2, which arrived months early.

Wondering about the next big Disney Plus hit? They’ve announced release dates for The Falcon and The Winter Soldier (Aug. 2020), The Mandalorian season 2 (Oct. 2020) and WandaVision (Dec. 2020). Disney says that Mando 2 will keep its scheduled release date, as we explain below, and hasn’t given any reason to be concerned for the others.

The streaming service, which boasts a library of thousands of movies and shows made by Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, and 20th Century Fox, offers a 7-day free trial for all new subscribers. There are also annual plan options for those looking to save money. Cord-cutters in the United States might want to check out the details below on the ESPN Plus and Hulu bundles. The latter is especially important for watching series like The Handmaid’s Tale, the new High Fidelity series and Rick and Morty – the kind of not-exactly family-friendly content that Disney Plus is primarily comprised of.

Disney Plus costs $6.99 per month or $69.99 per year, which essentially gives you 2 free months. If that’s not enough savings, we’re tracking the best Disney Plus deals. Hulu viewers should consider the Disney Plus, Hulu and ESPN Plus bundle, which costs $12.99 and saves you about $5. But those who don’t want ad-supported Hulu can bundle Disney Plus and ESPN Plus with Hulu’s ad-free version, and save $6 per month. The same offer is there for those paying for Hulu + Live TV.