Know how you've been saying "Disney+, take all my money" for months now? Well, the time is now. Over the weekend, at Disney's bi-annual D23 Expo, the company let the first subscribers sign up for its highly anticipated streaming service. And what was at first a deal for those only in attendance at the convention is now available to everyone — and it's a pretty darn good deal.
The going price for the bast Disney+ service is $6.99 a month, or $69.99 a year, but if you sign up before Labor Day, you can get a highly discounted rate for three years, at 33 percent off, which comes to $23 off a year (GET IT? D23?). Or, if you to look at it another way, if you sign up for two years right now, you pay $140 now and get a third year for free. This is an offer that certainly should have Netflix shaking.
There is one tiny catch though: The only way to get this sweet deal is to sign up for a D23 membership, which is for the exclusive Disney fan club. While some tiers of D23 require a membership subscription (Gold and Gold Family), the general membership is completely free. All you have to do is sign up for the general D23 membership and you're eligible for the Disney+ discount.
The fine print for this is that it's only for a Disney+ subscription, not the bundled one that also includes Hulu and ESPN+ (and costs about $12 a month). Also, you've got to sign up for D23 before Sept. 1 so you're eligible for the promotion, which runs through Sept. 2.
Disney+ will launch on Nov. 12 and will be the exclusive home for hundreds of different Disney movies and shows, as well as original series like The Mandalorian, The Falcon and Winter Soldier, and the Lizzie McGuire revival. Access the exclusive offer here.