Disney+ has a new promotion that lets you purchase the streaming service for less than $2.

Is Disney+ on sale?

Right now, you can get Disney+ on sale for a low price of about $2. The $2 price tag comes as Disney+ celebrates its second-year anniversary.

  • That said, the subscription only lasts one month.
  • The normal $8 monthly price resumes afterward.
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How to get Disney+ for $2

  • Head over to the Disney Plus website.
  • On the screen, you’ll find the limited time offer for $1.99 for one month.
  • The site notes you will be charged $7.99 per month after that first month.
  • The page promotes two new movies for Disney+ — “Jungle Cruise” and “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” — which both drop on Nov. 12 to the streaming service.

How to get the Disney+ bundle

You can also sign up for “The Disney Bundle” for $13.99 per month.

  • The bundle earns you a subscription to Disney+, Hulu and ESPN+ for one price.

What are the prices for other streaming services?

Disney+ alone might be cheaper, but there are plenty of other streaming services out there to buy, too. Here’s a breakdown of other subscription services and their prices. These prices are for basic subscriptions.

  • Netflix — $8.99.
  • Hulu — $5.99.
  • Amazon Prime — $8.99.
  • Apple TV+ — $4.99.
  • Paramount+ — $10.
  • CBS All Access — $5.99.
  • HBO Now — $14.99.
  • YouTube TV — $49.99.
  • Sling TV — $25.
  • fuboTV — $54.99.