Spend less on your Disney Plus subscription service.
The new streaming service from Disney launched on 24th March 2020 in the UK. It has all the old Disney movies as well as new series in the worlds of Star Wars and Marvel.
It costs £5.99 a month, and you can cancel at any time. Or if you pay upfront for a year it’ll cost £59.99, saving you 15%. You’ll essentially get two months free.
Though the annual price seems like a good price, it’s worth thinking just how often you’ll watch it. If you think you could go without for at least three months a year (and will remember to cancel), then it’s cheaper to go for the monthly price.
Mulan – premier access cost
Disney released its live remake of Mulan direct to Disney + rather than the cinemas at the start of September – but you have to pay extra to watch it.
Alongside your Disney+ subscription, you’ll need to pay £19.99 to get “premier access” to the film. You get unlimited access to this rental, but only while you are paying for the main service, but only until 2nd November 2020.
However, it’s coming to all Disney+ customers as part of the subscription on December 4th 2020. So if you can wait three months, you won’t pay any extra.
Up to £27 bonus from cashback sites
Users of Quidco and TopCashback can get £10 back when they take out a year-long subscription of Disney +. You’ll still pay the full £59.99 but you’ll get £10 paid back to your account.
Even better, if you’re new to either site you can also get a £17 or £15 new member bonus too.
Six months free with O2
If you’re new to O2 or upgrading then you can claim six months of Disney+ for free, so that’s worth £30. Personally I think you’re better off looking for a cheaper SIM-only deal elsewhere.
£2 off a month with O2
If you’re already with O2 but not due an upgrade you can add it to your mobile plan (so you’ll pay alongside your bill) at £5.99 a month, and get £2 credited to your bill, effectively meaning you’ll pay £3.99 a month.