Last week Disney announced that Disney+ was 33% off if you prepay for 3 years. This means 3 years of Disney+ will cost you just $140.97 plus tax. The catch was you to be a Disney D23 fan club member to get the offer and it was to end on September 2nd, 2019. Now though it looks like some D23 members may still be able to get this deal.
It seems that Disney did stop sending out the offer to new D23 members on September 3rd. Though if you already had the offer sitting in your D23 account but had yet to subscribe Disney+ seems to still be honoring the 33% of Disney+ for 3 years. So if you are a D23 member and had yet to pay for 3 years of Disney+ go check your account to see if the offer is still there.
To get this deal all you have to do is go into your D23 account. After you do that under your account you should a section for an “Exclusive Offer” that will let you redeem the 33% off of 3 years of Disney+. If you still see that offer you can still get 33% of Disney+ if you prepay for 3 years. Sadly if you don’t have a free D23 membership you are likely out of luck.
This offer could vanish at any time from D23 members accounts so don’t wait!
Here are the original Terms & Conditions:
Valid only from August 26, 2019 through September 2, 2019 at 11:59 PM PT. Promotional offer available to all D23 General, Gold or Gold Family Members who have an active membership as of 11:59PM PT on September 1, 2019.
Valid for US residents with US payment method only. Acceptance of this promotional offer, or use of the promotional offer code, constitutes acceptance of the following terms and conditions. This promotional offer of $46.99 per year, if accepted, entitles the bearer to a one-time discount of $69.00 off the regular price of a three-year subscription to Disney+ ($209.97).
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