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Hoping to take advantage of a Disney Plus free trial? That’s fair enough – it’s always a good idea to test out a streaming service before signing on the dotted line for monthly subscriptions. Particularly because there are so many alternatives out there right now.
Unfortunately, we have some bad news: you can’t get a Disney Plus free trial anymore in most parts of the world. That means your cheapest option is now a single month of the service, and this weighs in at $7.99 in the USA or £7.99 for UK viewers. While the price varies in other regions, memberships are similarly affordable no matter where you are. In fact, subscriptions rarely cost more than a couple of coffees.
Disney Plus: See the cheapest prices hereSee also: HBO Max free trial See also: HBO Max pricesTo help you find out if a Disney Plus free trial is still available in your area (and to get maximum bang for buck if it isn’t), we’ve gone into detail about the latest prices and packages available below.
Disney Plus free trial – everything you need to know
(Image credit: Disney)Is there a Disney Plus free trial?The Disney Plus free trial is no longer available in the USA, UK, Canada, or Australia. In fact, it was taken down over a year ago.
That disappearance tells you everything you need to know about how popular Disney Plus is. The company clearly doesn’t need a trial to entice potential subscribers.
As such, the cheapest way of getting Disney Plus right now would be a standard month of the service. That will cost you $7.99 in the USA, $11.99 in Canada, £7.99 for UK viewers, or $11.99 in Australia. You’ll then get access to the full Disney Plus library in 4K whenever possible – there are no restrictions.
Will the Disney Plus free trial come back?Wondering if and when the Disney Plus free trial will return? We are too, but we couldn’t count on a reappearance any time soon. Disney Plus is doing very well for itself without a free trial, so there’s no incentive to change that… for now, anyway.
While we can see the Disney Plus free trial getting an encore during promotional pushes (maybe for the Holiday season or during any upcoming Black Friday Disney Plus deals), the odds aren’t great even then. Disney seems content to rely on a stream of original content that’ll reel in audiences, and there’s more than enough on the horizon to pique interest for even the most belligerent viewer. Whether it’s an Obi-Wan series or a Marvel spin-off show focusing on She-Hulk, there’s plenty of headline-grabbing must-watches on the way.
Instead of a Disney Plus free trial, the best we can hope for is a discount like the one we got during Disney Plus Day last November. This temporarily brought the price crashing down to $1.99/£1.99 for new subscribers.
Disney Plus deals and offers
(Image credit: Disney)Cheesed off that the Disney Plus free trial is gone? Don’t worry, it’s not a total disaster. Disney Plus bundles are surprisingly affordable, and there are plenty of deals available to get you the service for less. We’ve listed the latest offers below.
Because these prices increased at the beginning of 2021, they should stay pretty stable for a little while yet. As we said in our Disney Plus sign-up guide, we wouldn’t expect them to increase until later in 2022 at the earliest.
Disney Plus – USADisney Plus – CanadaDisney Plus – UKDisney Plus – AustraliaWant to find out if the service is worth your time? Be sure to check out our Disney Plus guide. You can also find out how it stacks up to the competition in our full Disney Plus review.
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