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Limited offer: Save 84% on Disney Plus in New Zealand

Celebrate Disney Plus Day without breaking the bank.

It’s a good month to finally give Disney Plus a try. Besides the already generous content library, the streaming service is releasing an appealing slate of fresh content to celebrate Disney Plus Day.

The list includes blockbusters Jungle Cruise and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, but also original movie Home Sweet Home Alone, Star original Dopesick and adorable new series of shorts Olaf Presents.

Moreover, Disney Plus is available at a hard-to-resist promotional price for new, returning and existing users so everyone can take part in the festivities. For a limited time, you can subscribe to Disney Plus for only $1.99, at a whopping 83% discount.

Get a month of Disney Plus for just $1.99: Save 84% on Disney+ now

How to get Disney Plus at the special price

Subscriptions to Disney Plus in New Zealand generally cost $12.99 per month. However, the platform is currently running a special promotion that lets you enjoy your first month of Disney Plus for only $1.99.

The promotional price is valid for everybody. That’s right – new, current or eligible returning Disney Plus subscribers who are 18 years of age or older. can take advantage of this offer. Simply head to the Disney Plus website and sign up or renew your subscription. You will be billed only $1.99 for the first month.

After your discounted month is up, your subscription to Disney Plus will revert to the regular price of $12.99. In other words, we suggest you set a reminder for the day before your first month ends so the charge doesn’t take you by surprise if you don’t plan to continue with your account. Subscriptions to Disney Plus auto-renew – your card will be charged unless you cancel.

This limited time offer ends on 15 November. Sign up before then to enjoy the significant discount.


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What is Disney Plus Day?

Disney Plus Day is a celebration that marks the streaming platform’s anniversary. Disney Plus first launched on 12 November, 2019 in the US and arrived in New Zealand a week later, on 19 November.

The entertainment giant will mark the anniversary in all markets where Disney Plus is available on Friday, 12 November. The event will see fresh content arriving on Disney Plus and special promotions across the streaming service and Disney’s parks, cruises, shops and resorts.

Disney Plus details

Disney Plus offers a wide library of TV shows and movies from not only Disney itself, but also Marvel, Star Wars, Pixar and National Geographic.

Most of the content is family-friendly. However, channel Star hosts plenty of titles targeted to adults. Highlights on Disney Plus include The Mandalorian, WandaVision, Grey’s Anatomy, Black Widow, Cruella and more.

Outside of the limited time discount, Disney Plus offers only subscription plans of $12.99 per month or $129.99 per year. The price gives you access to everything Disney Plus has to offer with no strings attached. You can cancel your subscription anytime. The service allows up to 4 concurrent streams and supports multiple profiles, offline viewing and GroupWatch. You can enjoy selected titles in 4K, Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision.

Disney Plus is compatible with PC/Macs, iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, Apple TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Roku, Android TV and selected models of LG and Samsung smart TVs.

Want to learn more about what’s on Disney Plus? Check our list of Disney Plus shows and Disney Plus movies on offer.

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