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Disney+ slashes price to £1.99 a month - but you only have a day left to get it

Earlier this month Disney+ slashed its monthly subscription price to £1.99 - making it cheaper than rivals Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hayu. But the limited-time deal is about to end, which means you only have a day left to get it for less than £2, instead of the usual £7.99 charge - a saving of £6 a month.

The £1.99 deal isn't just only available for new customers either. If you've previously had a Disney Plus subscription but decided to take a break, you'll be able to join again for a lower price.

Once you have joined you'll get unlimited access to movies from franchises such as Star Wars, Marvel, Pixar and Disney. There's also the option to view documentaries from National Geographic, newly-released films like The Little Mermaid, and exclusive shows that aren't available elsewhere including Welcome To Wrexham and Only Murders in the Building.

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Disney+ is also not just about kids TV as you'll find more mature things to watch via the included Star platform. The budget-friendly £1.99 deal lasts for one more day before things return to the normal £7.99 fee.

It's worth noting that Disney does let you cancel at any time, so if you don't want to pay full price you can simply tap the unsubscribe button at the end of the three-month promotion. As a quick reminder, this streaming platform can be viewed on smart TVs, phones, tablets and consoles including the PS5 and Xbox plus four people can view content at the same time on different devices.

Shows can also be downloaded to watch when away from an internet connection and there are also full parental controls to stop younger eyes from watching things that could be inappropriate.

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