Disney has decided to hit the market for streaming platforms. After a monthly subscription of $ 6.99, a yearly $ 69.99, or $ 5.83 per month, here is now a Disney + three-year subscription of $ 5 per month.
We have been talking to you about Disney + for several months now, the SVOD platform that hopes to compete with Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Apple TV +. We have also tested and shared an opinion on this new streaming platform, which is available for testing in the Netherlands. For commercial release, it will take place on November 12 in the United States, with a monthly rate of $ 6.99 per month, or $ 69.99 per year in the case of payments over a 12-month period. Walt Disney has just added a new offering, unless $ 5 per month ($ 4.72 exactly), provided you subscribe to it for 3 years.
Disney + buries Netflix with hyper aggressive pricing
A nice discount, as it represents a drop of about 28.5% from the standard price of $ 6.99. On the other hand, it is a three-year subscriptionwhose total is $ 169.99, Overall, it saves just over $ 71 over the period over the standard subscription and $ 40 over the annual subscription.
A relatively long commitment, but that should leave plenty of time to enjoy the entire catalog. The catalog contains 7500 episodes of the series and 500 films, including Disney classics and movies, Disney Channel series and Pixar, Star Wars and Marvel movies.
Please note that the offer has a limited time, although Walt Disney has not set a date. It should also be limited to members of the Founder Circle, but just enter the code PARKSPASS3YEARS at founders.disneyplus.com to benefit from it.
By comparison, Netflix offers a subscription of $ 8.99 per month ($ 7.99 in France) for mail and standard image quality. And once again: in order to enjoy high-definition videos, we need to turn to the subscription side at $ 12.99 a month (in France $ 11.99), which allows you to watch the platform on two screens at the same time. As for 4K, it is only available with a bid of $ 15.99 per month ($ 15.99 in France), a bid that offers a look at 4 concurrent positions. Disney + therefore shows hyper competitive rates compared to Netflix, and the fight between the two behemoths seems more difficult. However, keep in mind that it's still unclear what prices the Disney platform will charge in France.