With the online buzz around shows like WandaVision, The Mandalorian, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, and the new Disney+ series Loki, released on June 9th, I’m getting many questions about Disney+. The most often asked is if Disney+ has a free trial. Disney+ used to offer a 7-day free trial for all new customers. Unfortunately, that practice ended in June of 2020. However, there is still a way to get a free trial to Disney+, and not just for 7-days, but for 30 Days!
To get the Disney+ free trial, you need to be an ”Ultimate” tier Xbox Game Pass subscriber. Both new and existing subscribers are eligible for this Disney+ 30-Day Free Trial Perk. The “Ultimate” Game pass tier is $14.99 per month but provides access to 100s of PC, Console games, and perks like a free trial to Disney+. You can access the 30-Day Disney+ free trial through either the perks gallery on an Xbox console, the Xbox app on a PC, or through the Xbox Game Pass app on iOS and Android.
With your Disney+ 30-day Free Trial you can watch things like:
- Original Shows like WandaVision, The Mandalorian, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, The Bad Batch, and the upcoming Loki
- The entire Disney Movie Vault
- Every Pixar Movie and shorts
- Star Wars movies and TV shows
- New Marvel, Star Wars, Disney, and Pixar movies will stream exclusively on Disney+
- The Simpsons
- Nearly 500 movies and 7500 TV episodes in all.
If you decide to sign up for Disney+ to watch these hit shows, you have the following options when signing up:
- Subscribe for $7.99 per month and cancel any time you like
- Commit to a year-long subscription to Disney+ at a discounted price of $79.99
- Bundle Disney+ with Hulu’s streaming library and Disney’s ESPN+ streaming service for just $13.99 per month.
- If you are a Verizon Wireless customer you can get the Disney+, Hulu, ESPN+ bundle if you have select Unlimited Plans.
For more details, see our review of Disney+
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