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How to get the Disney+ free trial, step by step

As of June 2020, Disney + no longer offers its free trial.


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A new era for entertainment behemoth Disney began in November 2019. The highly anticipated streaming TV service Disney+ hit the ground running with a stunning catalog of over 800 TV shows and movies. While the service isn’t perfect, it’s still great value for only $6.99 a month or $69.99 a year.

But what if you want to watch Disney+ for free?

While the launch library of titles is large, it’s true that most of the content on Disney+ you would have already seen. Whether it’s Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic or Disney itself, this is a catalog of some of the biggest blockbusters of all time. Is it worth paying for the chance to watch the same old content again?

Though it did offer a free trial for the first eight months, it ended it in June 2020.

Save 18% on Disney+ with an annual subscription

Opt for Disney+' annual subscription $69.99 per year and save.

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Get the Disney+, Hulu, ESPn+ bundle for $12.99 per month

Bundle Disney+ with Hulu and ESPN+ to stream Disney classics, live TV and live sports.

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