You already understand that, later this autumn, the Walt Disney Company is looking to change the universe of video streaming. You’ve got a leg up on the contest with the Disney Vault in your back pocket. Then previously today, the Mousehold revealed a whole new agreement, which sent fans into the spirit and ultimately crashed the website of Disney for its D23 fan club.
Twitter voices opinions
D23 members are invited to be part of the Disney+ Founders Circle and save $23 per year on a 3-year Disney+ subscription (that’s 33% off the standard annual price): https://t.co/TRR3c21ggu pic.twitter.com/jUgVhjWZss
— Disney D23 (@DisneyD23) August 26, 2019
@DisneyD23 Hey! I've never had so much trouble trying to give someone my money. I'm kidding, but I have a D23 account and can't get to the signup page for the three year deal. I'm hoping I don't miss out. Thanks for your help! pic.twitter.com/a7r7gZa4bZ
— Geno Reynolds (@TheReelGeno) August 27, 2019
If anyone is questioning whether or not #DisneyPlusis going to be a success, consider that @DisneyD23 has been down for at least the last hour for people trying to gain early deals for the service.
— jared mcgrath (@JaredMcGrath) August 27, 2019
— Jessie Wade (@JessieAnnWade) August 27, 2019
The deal everyone is eager for
If you are a member of D23, you can now sign up for Disney+ for an incredibly low price of $3.92 per month. The only catch? You have to sign up for three years at once. Still, it is little compared to the previously-announced $74.99 per year cost.
What do you think of the three-year deal? Will you sign up for it? Why or why not? Let us know in the comments!