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When Disney+ launches in the United States this November, subscribers will be able to enjoy the streaming service and a variety of added features for $7 a month, or $69.99 a year.
D23 Disney Fan Club members, however, can now buy a three-year membership for $46.99 per year, Disney on Monday announced. The deal translates to about $4 a month.
Though the purchase requires a long-term commitment to the platform, saving customers $23 a year, the package was in such high demand that Disney’s servers reportedly crashed on Wednesday.
Fortunately for D23 members, the offer is still up and running until 2 September 2019.
Of course, those of us outside the US still have at least two years to wait before seeing the streaming platform and its exclusive content.
It’s also not yet clear if or when the platform will be offered in South Africa.
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