Disney Plus free trial (A UK guide)

Start your Disney Plus free trial and watch Star Wars, Disney, Marvel, The Simpsons and more.

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How to get the Disney+ free trial in the UK

Signing up for the Disney plus free trial is a simple process. Simply follow these steps:

  1. Head over to the Disney+ trial sign-up page.
  2. You’ll see a big blue button that you can click to start your Disney+ free trial.
  3. On the next page, enter your email address.
  4. You must then enter a strong password.
  5. Even though you will be watching Disney+ for free, you will need to choose a plan. To be safe, choose £5.99. You can change to the annual plan in the future if you want to keep the service. Make sure you also take note of the cancellation date on the second line of the page. This indicates the date on which you will first be charged if you haven’t cancelled your free trial.
  6. Mark that date on your calendar.
  7. You will need to enter your credit card details to proceed – a standard procedure for a free trial.
  8. Enjoy as much content as you can for seven days, watching Disney+ for free.
  9. If you’re not a fan of the service or the content, follow these steps to cancel your account on or before the day you marked in your calendar.
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Disney Plus overview

What is the Disney Plus free trial?

The Disney Plus free trial is a free offering by Disney that lets you access Disney for 7 days for free. During this time you have full access to the entire platform and have the same access as any other member. During this period, you can choose if you like the service or not. If you like it, you can continue to be a member and if you are not a fan, you are free to cancel your trial.

How do you get Disney+ for free?

A new era for entertainment behemoth Disney began in March 2020. The highly anticipated streaming TV service Disney+ hit the ground running with a stunning catalogue of over 800 TV shows and movies. While the service isn’t perfect, it’s still great value for only £5.99 a month or £59.99 a year.

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

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

Thankfully, there is also new, original, exclusive content on offer on Disney+. It’s led by the new live-action Star Wars TV series The Mandalorian, and two new movies – a live-action Lady and the Tramp and Christmas-themed Noelle.

There are also documentaries, shorts, a documentary series starring Jeff Goldblum and more to discover that you will have never seen anywhere else. So, are these good enough for you to sign-up for Disney+ long term?

Can I cancel Disney Plus after the free trial?

Yes, you can. You just need to remember to cancel within the time limit of your trial period, which at the time of writing is seven days. If you forget to do this you may end up being charged. It is a good idea to make a note of this in your diary or calendar so you don’t forget. To do this click on your profile, then click on your account. Under the subscription option, click the link for billing details. That link will show you the page with your current plan and the next billing date. All you have to do is click “Cancel subscription”. For a more detailed explanation, learn about cancelling Disney Plus.

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