Access Disney+ for cheaper than ever with 'Epic Movies, Epic Offer'

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Disney+ has announced an 'Epic Movies, Epic Offer' deal for new and eligible returning customers to take advantage of.

From 29th February to 14th March, customers can subscribe to 'Disney+ Standard With Ads' for just £1.99 per month for three months, down from the usual £4.99 per month. After these three months, the subscription will then renew at the regular price of £4.99, unless you decide to cancel of course. 

Disney+ Standard With Ads was £4.99 now £1.99 per month

Disney+ Standard With Ads was £4.99 now £1.99 per month
Looking to access the vast libraries of movies and shows on Disney+? Well, there's never been a cheaper way to get started, with the 'Standard With Ads' subscription option now available for just £1.99 per month for three months.

This subscription allows you to stream a wide range of the biggest shows and movies, including Shogun, The Bear, Welcome To Wrexham, The Marvels and The Creator

The 'Standard With Ads' option is the cheapest Disney+ package. It was introduced back in November as Disney overhauled its single-option subscription model with three new tiers: 'Standard With Ads', 'Standard', and 'Premium'.

With the consistent price increases applied to online streaming services, it's good to see a little respite in the way of a three-month rolling discount. Streaming with adverts isn't to everyone's liking, but perhaps this might be more palatable than usual thanks to a little extra saving. 

Interested in joining? If you're over 18 years old, head over to to redeem this offer and see what else is in store. 


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Ainsley Walker is a staff writer at What Hi-Fi?. He studied music journalism at university before working in a variety of roles including as a freelance journalist and teacher. Growing up in a family of hi-fi enthusiasts, this naturally influenced his interest in the topic. Outside of work, Ainsley can be found producing music, tinkering with retro tech, or cheering on Luton Town.