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Disney+ Offer Streaming Plan for Just £1.99 in Time Limited Discount

Thursday, Feb 29th, 2024 (10:21 am) - Score 1,880

Internet video streaming firm Disney+ has, following last year’s price hikes, today attempted to entice both new and returning customers to the service by launching a special, limited-time, offer that sells their “Standard with Ads” plan for just £1.99 a month for three months (£4.99 thereafter).

The Standard with Ads plan supports Full HD (1080p) video resolution via up to two concurrent streams, but it also removes the ability to download content for off-line viewing, will place adverts at intervals during your viewing and there’s no cheaper annual pre-payment option like on the regular plans.

The special offer will be available to take until 14th March 2024.

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By Mark Jackson
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23 Responses
  1. Avatar photo cam says:

    You can get 12 months for free if you have a club lloyds account, although you have to pay in a certain amount per month. If you switch an existing account they’re currently offering £175

  2. Avatar photo Chris says:

    All streamers are fighting for share and profit.

    We have all the main streamers, Netflix/prime/disney/appleplus/paramount(free with sky).

    I find that Netflix gets used constantly but the others are dipped in and out of when something good is on.

    I was going through the bond movies last year in prime but now they’ve been taken off I’ve not been back on it.

    All this to say that expect retaliatory deals from the others as everyone jostles for share but will result in some savvy customers taking full monthly membership for 1 in every 3 or 4 months to binge the big shows and save cash.

  3. Avatar photo Ramzez says:

    What I hate about it is that I have invested in 4K home cinema and want Dolby atmos sound and 4K picture quality and all streaming providers just increasing prices for those.

    I understand steaming higher quality costs more but maybe the pricing should be based on number of connected devices rather then quality.

  4. Avatar photo Phil says:

    Disney is massively bleeding out millions of customers. For their garbage political content they should be the ones paying people

    It rightfully deserves to rot

    1. Avatar photo Dave says:

      What do Disney produce that’s political?

      Seeing gay people, black people etc in film or television isn’t political or ‘woke’ (that nebulous term the worst people love to throw around), it’s just representation for real people in the real world.

    2. Avatar photo JP says:

      Although political isn’t the right word, I agree with Phil, they’ve spent too much time destroying classics, confusing kids and quite generally not really making anything new for people to watch.

    3. Avatar photo No Name says:

      I wouldn’t say political.

      I would say pander. They are trying to create a market of content for everyone. Even the groups of people who don’t exist. Then they wonder why stuff is rejected by the masses.

    4. Avatar photo Pepstar says:

      Get out of that rabbit hole!

    5. Avatar photo RightSaidFred says:

      I’d be more concerned about Mary Poppins going from a I classification to a PG classification, and all because there’s two references to a word that has been deemed culturally inappropriate.

      A word that no-one has ever heard of.

    6. Avatar photo RightSaidFred says:

      U to PG – typo

    7. Avatar photo Jammie says:

      @Phil 100% agreed mate, crappy reboots.

    8. Avatar photo Phil says:

      DEI is political nonsense. The “representation of the real world” is not how California looks like (nor London for that matter). Kids movies should not get sexuality injected into them but they do it anyway because they do not have kids so they convert ignorant parent’s kids into their sick ideology

      Their all time high was at the covid high Feb2021 with $341 billion market cap. That’s when they fired Gina Carano, actress of the star wars spinoff with baby Yoda, who was just on PBD podcast

      Today after firing the president of movies and the CEO they are now worth $203 billion. That’s a loss of almost HALF

    9. Avatar photo jammie1408 says:

      @phil 1000% agreed matey EDI/DEI was never a thing growing up for me. I choose and made friends with people based on actions/personality/actions not any other chararistics.

  5. Avatar photo William Wilkinson says:

    Beware brain reprogramming with the woke mind virus. Disney’s part of the social engineering project. If you’re into that type of thing, this sounds like a cheap way in.

  6. Avatar photo Cheesemp says:

    I’ve really enjoyed Disney plus (including the recent The Marvels/Asoka etc – I really don’t care what others here or elsewhere think) but I cannot justify the cost bump. I signed up for £50 when it launched 5 years ago. Its now £110. I’m not going to suddenly stop enjoying high end 4k content and agree to see adverts just to save a few pounds either. I’m going to just sign back up for a month at a time once or twice a year and catch back up. I’ll do the same with Prime, Netflix and others. This strategy of dozens of streamers all costing £100s and expecting us all to just suck it up is just daft.

    1. Avatar photo anonymous says:

      Yip, the reality has sunk in to these new streamers. Now they will attempt to milk customers, particularly if they kill DVDs/Blurays off like they want and prevent other broadcasters/carriers from using their content. It’s just been going up and up and up. And now you need multiple subscriptions if you want access to the content. Soon, they will be putting corporate “branding” on the streamed pictures I wouldn’t be surprised; they’ve done adverts already…

    2. Avatar photo anonymous says:

      and stand by for fixed length contracts – they WILL be coming…..

    3. Avatar photo Cheesemp says:

      @anonymous – Probably but I bet that would drive more to the high seas. Can’t wring blood out of a stone…

    4. Avatar photo anonymous says:

      No I agree with you 🙂

      Trouble is the streamers have so far been wrecking UK broadcasters who actually invest in UK production. It may come a point when they disappear leaving just the streamers and no physical media to buy either. Just a limited catalog of what the streamers want to show you AND with every PC edit imaginable with no original uncut versions….

  7. Avatar photo fsociety3765 says:

    You will have a much better experience if you take to the high seas.

    Full resolution, no ads, and Free, forever.

  8. Avatar photo Sam says:

    Get woke go broke. Not a single good marvel movie since End Game. Hemorrhaging billions every year. Their last saving grace, the theme parks are now overpriced beyond belief. They wanted to relaunch the M-she-U but the guy they picked as villain is a convicted criminal in real life

    Only a hostile takeover can save them and they are now urging shareholders against that

  9. Avatar photo Mike Roe-Dickie says:

    Disney+ is a great service offering a treasure trove of unmissable content from across many decades. I get some people are unhappy with some of the decisions at executive level, but we shouldn’t let politics get in the way of consuming amazing content.

    1. Avatar photo Sam says:

      Yea who’d want to miss amazing content like Shehulk twerking with the great beacon of poetry of our time Cardi B who is such a shining role model for little girls with masterpieces such as WAP

      I for one am very excited to consoom the next product, Snow White, written for modern audiences where the slightly diverse main actress, who hates the original movie and calls the prince a stalker, will portray a magnificent girl boss who don’t need no man

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