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You can save $10 on Disney Plus for Cyber Monday

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A lower annual price, even if not as ‘nice’

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An annual subscription to Disney’s streaming service, Disney Plus, is available for $59.99 on Nov. 29 for Cyber Monday.

That’s $10 off the regular yearly price of $69.99. While not as “nice” of a price point, it’s a discount, and you can use that extra $10 to buy some Star Wars merch. Ring in the year with a cheaper way to stream your childhood favorite movies, catch up on the adventures of Baby Yoda, and find some kooky hidden gems.

This $59.99 deal does not include the Hulu bundle. Additionally, while this means the first year of Disney Plus is $59.99, subsequent years will be charged at the regular price. The offer also does not include the Disney Plus weeklong free trial, and is only available in the United States and Puerto Rico.

Disney Plus is available on computers and the following devices:

  • Amazon Fire TV and Fire tablets
  • Android devices and Android-based Sony Smart TVs
  • Apple TV
  • Google Chromecast and Chromebooks
  • iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV
  • LG devices
  • PlayStation 4
  • Roku
  • Samsung devices
  • Xbox One