Disney like all streaming platforms are gradually increasing the price of their bonds, since the large amount of original content that must produce the miles of millions of dollars. So subscribe now to Disney Plus it’s a good option, especially when hiring the annual plan, since the price of the season ticket will go up in December.
At least that will happen initially in the United States, where the cost of the subscription will go from $7.99 to $10.99. Disney Plus will remain at $7.99 in the US but add advertising between shows or movies.
Despite the increase, Disney Plus it remains among the cheapest platforms in the United States, with Netflix costing twice as much: US$19.99 for its Premium award.
In its quest to compete on price and subscribers, Netflix will also launch a good price with advertising, which will cost less, although it does not yet know the value.
What are you signing up for Disney Plus now?
On the one hand, on September 8 will take place the Disney Plus Day where the platform will simultaneously launch exclusive premieres such as the film Pinocchio with Tom Hanks and the new animated series Cars on the Road, while other announcements such as Thor 4: Love and Thunder and more series await, plus the whole arsenal of the company for the month, which includes the premiere of the new Star Wars performance, Andor, with 3 simultaneous episodes debuting on September 21st.
Plus, there will be updates on more series, movies, and the arrival of Loki Season 2 and The Mandalorian Season 3.
And, taking advantage of the fact that in several countries they have high levels of inflation, subscribing to the annual plan guarantees to freeze the value of the subscription for one year.
And Disney already beat Netflix
On the other hand, this August 10, Walt Disney as a company announced that it already has 221.1 million subscribers adding up its three brands: Disney+, ESPN+ and Hulu. This number is slightly higher than the 220.67 million subscribers of Netflix, without counting that Disney is a new platform that is on the rise and Netflix is on the decline, losing the contents of brands such as Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic. and 20th Century Studios (which will remain in Disney) or those of Warner Bros., DC and Cartoon Networkd (which will remain in HBO Max) or those of Paramount which, obviously, will be in Paramount Plus.