Disney+ With Ads: Details About How Many Ads, Who Can’t Advertise

Ahead of Disney’s pre-show to advertisers Tuesday afternoon, details have surfaced about a cheaper, ad-supported Disney+ plan. was announced in April.

The new plan will be available in late 2022 in the US (and internationally in 2023), but specific launch dates and pricing details have yet to be announced.

As sources have told both WSJ.com and our sister site Variety, ad-supported Disney+ subscribers will only be subject to about four minutes per hour or less of ads, a far cry from with sibling company Hulu’s ad-supported plan and apparently less than rival Peacock serves.

Furthermore, if the Disney+ profile being used is associated with children, no ads will play.

For those who can and cannot buy their stuff on Disney+, the streaming service will Not Ads for alcohol or anything political are accepted, nor will Disney+ viewers be exposed to ads for rival content developers/services.

Disney+’s ad-free subscription tier, currently priced at $7.99 monthly and $79.99 annually, will remain available. When it launched in November 2019, Disney+ offered a discounted offer down to $3.92 a month if you sign up for three years with a D23 fan club membership; those three-year terms expire this September.

These updates on the ad-supported Disney+ plan come after the growing buzz that Netflix will add a similar, cheaper plan in the next year or two.


https://tvline.com/2022/05/17/disney-plus-with-ads-subscription-plan-details/ Disney+ With Ads: Details About How Many Ads, Who Can’t Advertise

Emma James

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