Unlike Amazon Prime Video, which provides certain episodes and movies for free but costs a rental fee for others, your Disney+ subscription covers everything.
Disney+ is one of the newest streaming services to arrive in the UK, but because to the global media conglomerate’s unrivaled library of TV episodes and movies, as well as its reasonable pricing, it’s quickly become the most popular.
However, the streaming platform’s rapid client expansion has not come cheap. Disney+ lost more than $1 billion in the fourth quarter, which it now intends to recoup with a recently announced ad-supported tier in the United States.
Disney+ with advertisements will cost $7.99 in the United States beginning December 8, the same as the normal ad-free version costs now. Meanwhile, the ad-free version will cost an additional $3, coming in at $10.99.
While there are no official intentions to raise the price of Disney+ outside of the United States, the pricing plan for the United Kingdom may follow similar.
The Walt Disney Company’s flagship streaming platform, launched in 2019 and first available in the UK in 2020, has outpaced growth estimates and gained new users while competitors have lost them. Disney says that the service currently has more than 221.1 million customers worldwide when combined with Hulu and ESPN+.
How much does Disney+ cost in the United Kingdom?
In the United Kingdom, Disney+ costs £7.99 per month. If you pay annually, Disney+ costs £79.90, a savings of £15.98. That effectively means you get 12 months for the price of 10.
In February 2021, Disney+ extended its collection with Star content and raised the membership fee from £5.99 per month to its current price of £7.99.
How much does Disney+ cost in the United States?
In the United States, Disney+ costs $7.99 per month. A year’s subscription to Disney+ costs $79.99, a savings of $15.89.
Disney+ will cost $10.99 per month in the United States beginning on December 8. The platforms will also launch a lower-cost tier with ad breaks for $7.99 per month.
What is included in the standard monthly fee?
Disney+’s monthly fee offers access to the whole library of TV series and movies.
Moreover, unlike Netflix, which costs extra for HD material and watching on more than one device at a time, Disney+ lets you to stream in HD on up to four separate devices as normal. This makes it great for families that choose to watch in different rooms.
What isn’t included is Disney+ Premier Access, a subscription program that grants access to new Disney films at the same time they hit theaters.
What exactly is Disney+ Premier Access?
Disney+ Premier Access was launched in September 2020, while portions of the United States and the United Kingdom were under lockdown. With theatres closed to the public, Disney+ Premier Access was marketed as a home for displaced films that were previously slated for theatrical distribution. The service was debuted by Disney with the live-action adaptation of Mulan.
Disney+ Premier Access costs £19.99 (or $29.99 in the US) in addition to your regular monthly Disney Plus fee. You may view the film as many times as you want after purchasing it. That may seem pricey for a single film, but Disney hopes that fans will equate it to the cost of two movie tickets and an extra large snack.
If you don’t mind not seeing the latest titles as they come out, you’re in luck. After a few months, Disney+ Premier Access movies are transferred to the normal Disney+ service, and they will ultimately become part of your monthly membership.