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Disney+ goes on pre-order starting at $7 per month

You can pre-order Disney+ now ahead of its official launch on November 12

By Anthony Garreffa on Sep 23, 2019 09:47 pm CDT - 1 min, 14 secs reading time

Disney+ isn't far away with the industry-changing streaming service going live on November 12, but if you want to get in early you can pre-order now.

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The service will start at $7 per month or $70 per year, but you'll get a 7-day free trial on November 12 to help sway you over. Disney+ allows you stream ad-free content to 4 devices at once, with no limits to downloads.

If you want access to Hulu and ESPN+ then you'll be spending another $6 per month bumping up the monthly cost of Disney+ to $13 per month. All Disney+ subscription packages automatically review, but the company will be offering cancellations before each renewal date just in case.

Disney+ will be launching with 25 original series and 10 original films in its first year, something that will include the upcoming Star Wars show The Mandalorian, as well as the live-action version of The Lady and the Tramp.

If you want to jump into Disney+ and pre-order you can visit the official Disney+ website here and check it out.

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