Disney Plus sign up: best deals and prices in 2022

Disney Plus sign up: best deals and prices in 2022
(Image credit: Disney Plus)

Now is a great time to consider a Disney Plus sign-up. The quantity of movies and TV shows on Disney's streaming service is growing every week, and there's a great range of stuff - from Star Wars and Marvel through to kids cartoons, classic movies, and factual programming from National Geographic. Signing up is easy, no matter where you are in the world, and there is the option to pay for a year's subscription, or just pay once per month. The whole year is slightly cheaper, so is better value, but you need to be sure you want to make that kind of commitment before you buy. Want to know more? We have a full Disney Plus review for you to read, and all the sign-up deals listed below.

Sadly, Disney Plus has dropped its free trial now, which ran for the first few months after the service's launch. It was only for 7-days, which isn't much of a trial period, but did still allow you to sample the service for free. Even if you watched 24 hours per day, we still think you'd struggle to get through every episode of The Simpsons, which are all on Disney Plus right now. Even without this free trial, Disney Plus remains one of the best TV streaming services today, and you may still be able to get discounts on it via deals from the best cell phone providers or by signing up with a new ISP.

Disney Plus sign-up deals

Regardless of where you are in the world, there are usually two kinds of subscription available to you - a month-by-month membership or a full year. Both are aggressively affordable, and certain territories (like the US) have bonus deals to go with them. We've laid out the best of those offers right here.

Disney Plus sign up: There are loads of shows to choose from

Disney Plus sign up: There are loads of shows to choose from (Image credit: Disney)

Disney Plus deals - US

Disney Plus | $6.99 per month
This is the standard Disney Plus sign-up offer, and it'll get you everything on the service in super-sharp 4K resolution.

Disney Plus (1 year) | $69.99
Pick up an entire year of Disney Plus for a solid $14 less than you'd pay month-on-month for the usual membership.

Disney Plus, Hulu, ESPN+ | $12.99 per month
This special package offers three services for one low overall price - that's a real bargain.

Disney Plus gift subscription card (1 year) | $69.99
Want to give Disney Plus to someone else? This is the package you want - it's a year's subscription that can be gifted to others.

Disney Plus deals - UK

Disney Plus | £5.99 per month
Based in the UK? This is the standard Disney Plus subscription you'll want.

Disney Plus (1 year) | £59.99
If you fancy the best value for money, this is the deal you should be looking at - it's cheaper than paying month-on-month.

Disney Plus deals - Australia and New Zealand

Disney Plus (Australia) | $8.99 per month
This is the standard Disney Plus membership, and it's available at a very affordable $8.99.

Disney Plus (New Zealand) | $9.99 per month
Although it's a little pricier than the Australian equivalent, this is still great value for money.

Disney Plus release dates

If you're in the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the Netherlands, we've got good news: you can get your hands on Disney Plus right now. All you need to do is sign up and you can get started straight away.

As for the UK, you won't have long to wait. It's due to launch across the pond on March 24 2020, and it'll only cost you £5.99 per month or £59.99 for a year - a steal, all things considered.

Where can you watch Disney Plus?

So you've decided you want to grab a Disney Plus sign-up? Good for you! But what can you watch it on? Simple - Disney Plus is compatible with the following: 

  • Samsung or LG Smart TV
  • PS4, Xbox One
  • Roku device
  • Google Chromecast
  • Apple TV
  • Kindle Fire TV
  • iOS/Android device
  • Web browser

The majority of these have apps you download to start watching Disney Plus right away. However, you could always visit the Disney Plus website instead and view through any of the best web browsers if you'd prefer.

Ben works in tech and gaming for our sister site, GamesRadar. He's an expert on console tech and peripherals, and in his spare time he is a keen player of board games.