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Since its launch in 2019, Disney Plus has gone on to have one of the quickest increases in subscriptions for any streaming service, gaining viewers at a pace faster than Netflix, Peacock, Apple TV, HBO Max, Hulu, and others. Currently priced at $6.99 per month or $69.99 for the entire year, the demand for Disney Plus only seems to be getting higher & higher, especially after premiering their first series set in the MCU, WandaVision.  

Disney Plus offers an impressive selection of movies & TV from the Disney catalog, and now, after all the announcements we received last December during the Disney Investor Day, it seems like Disney Plus will be overflowing with new content in the next couple of years, with a library that’s nearly as big as the one in Beast’s castle in Beauty and the Beast. You simply have to snag a subscription ASAP and be a part of the magic. 

Even though the seven-day free trial offer has now been discontinued, there are still other ways to experience the magic & wonder of Disney from the comfort of your living room. Are you too cheap to pay the $6.99 monthly fee for a subscription and would rather spend it on your Chipotle bowl with cauliflower rice? Then here are a few ways to get a Disney Plus account for free.

US Mobile

There are certain perks for a US Mobile wireless carrier, especially for people who sign up for multiple unlimited lines per account.  

This includes a way to receive a free Disney Plus/Hulu/ESPN Plus bundle package, which will typically run you around $12.99 per month. The one thing you need to make sure you have is three unlimited lines for your account, and from there you get to select your bundle of streaming services for your account. It might be your best bet to check out the hit Disney Plus show The Mandalorian.  

Verizon Wireless

Verizon is offering many different ways for its customers to receive a free Disney Plus account. For example, if you decide to sign up for either the Do More Unlimited Plan or the Start Unlimited Plan, you can get a Disney Plus account for up to six months for free. 

As well, if you elect to sign up for the Play More Unlimited plan or the Get More Unlimited plan, you can also get ESPN Plus & Hulu for free as well, along with a Disney Plus subscription. 

Also, any new customers for Verizon’s consumer Fios internet service will be eligible for a free year of the Disney Plus streaming service, giving you the best chance to return to the ice with Coach Bombay in the upcoming The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers.  

Disney Parks employee

Did you know if you’re an employee at any of the Disney Parks locations, including Disneyland in Anaheim, CA, as well as Walt Disney World in Orlando, FL, you’re eligible for a free Disney Plus subscription? 

There is a caveat, however. Park employees will have to choose between a free Disney Plus subscription or the Disney Parks Main Entrance Pass, which allows employees to give free park passes to family & friends. With Disneyland still down for the time being for incoming travelers, we think you know which deal you should roll with . . .  

Delta Airlines 

Good news!

If you’re a current or new member of Delta Skymiles and you travel on specific routes through Delta, then you can receive a free Disney Plus subscription with a two-week trial, an offer only available for new Disney Plus subscribers. 

Now you can soar the skies like Peter Pan & Tinkerbell as you log in to Disney Plus and experience the magic for yourself. 

How do you feel about these sneaky ways to get a free Disney Plus subscription? Do you already have a subscription to Disney Plus? What upcoming Disney Plus titles are you looking forward to most? Comment below and let us know your thoughts. 

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