While the influx of streaming services is getting wildly out of hand, there's a relatively likely chance I'll be hopping on the Disney+ bandwagon. Between the selection of Disney movies, original Disney+ TV shows, and — of course — all things Marvel, there's no way I'll be missing out on it.
And luckily, those who order it ahead of time will get a full seven days free. So, here's how to get the Disney+ pre-order deal for a full free week of streaming.
Signing up for the Disney+ pre-order is easy.
Simply navigate to the Disney+ pre-order page. You will be prompted to choose between two payment plans: $6.99 per month or $69.99 annually. While both options have pros and cons, paying annually is definitely cheaper, as paying monthly will end up costing you about $84 per year.
From there, you will create an account for yourself by simply entering an email address and creating a password.
The free trial is given to you automatically upon entering your payment information.
Disney+ will then prompt you to enter your payment information, which can be done via credit card or PayPal.
Pre-ordering the service will enable you to start streaming on Nov. 12, 2019, and you will be billed on Nov. 19, when your free trial ends. Yes, it's that easy, so kick back, and prepare for your free trial to start in just a few short weeks.
While the 7-day free trial is enticing, it might make sense to hold off on the pre-order.
If you're planning on bundling your subscription with Hulu and ESPN+ for $12.99 per month, according to Engadget, you'll have to wait until the streaming service's official launch on Nov. 12.
So, that means you can't pre-order, and therefore, get in on the free week trial. It's definitely a toss up, so you'll want to weigh your options ahead of time.
There was a pre-order deal that would have cost you less than $4 per month.
Back in August, according to BGR, Disney+ was offering a deal that would have made the streaming service cost less than $4 per month. You would have had to subscribe to Disney's D23 service ahead of time, but a free membership would have enabled you to qualify, along with the paid membership.
That ended on Sept. 2, though, so at this point, you're SOL. Sorry.
What will be available on Disney+, exactly?
Brace yourselves, because the Disney+ lineup includes so much quality content.
First off, you'll be able to watch the new High School Musical TV series, and that alone is enough to get me to subscribe. Then there's Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Loki, The Proud Family, and movies such as Ice Age, Mighty Ducks, and The Sandlot.
What did I tell you? It's seriously about to take up all my free time.
While paying for yet another streaming subscription is about to literally ruin me, the Disney+ pre-order deal sounds pretty sweet. What's better than a week of free streaming?
And if you weren't already prepared to pay for it, get your head in the game — this is serious business.