You can enjoy Disney’s subscription service for a fraction of its usual price if you haven’t tried it before or if you haven’t been paying for it for quite some time. Starting today until September 20, a Disney+ Basic subscription will cost only cost you $2 a month for three months if you’re a new or returning subscriber in the US. The ad-supported tier would typically cost you $8 a month, so that’s $18 in savings if you’ve been thinking of finally signing up or resubscribing for any of the service’s upcoming releases.
The company launched an ad-supported plan for its streaming service back in December 2022. It hasn’t raised prices for this tier since it became available, but the ad-free options had a price hike twice over the past year. An ad-free premium tier subscription will set you back $14 starting on October 12. This promo could give you an idea whether you’re ready to commit to paying that much for the service every month, or if you could endure the ads Disney+ serves and stick to the basic option.
Of course, a subscription to Disney+ means getting access to its latest show and movie releases. Star Wars: Ahsoka dropped on August 23, while the live action reimagining of The Little Mermaid and the second season of I Am Groot are now also available. In addition, Disney and Pixar’s film Elemental will be available for streaming on September 13.
This article originally appeared on Engadget at https://www.engadget.com/disney-is-tempting-new-and-returning-subscribers-with-a-2-per-month-teaser-offer-073004980.html?src=rss