Three ways to avoid the Disney+ price hike – plan ahead to save up to £36

MILLIONS of Brits will see the cost of their Disney+ subscription go up by £3 in November.

All accounts will be upgraded to a new Premium tier, which costs £10.99 per month.

A premium subscription will cost £10.99 from November 1st


A premium subscription will cost £10.99 from November 1stPhoto credit: Getty

There will still be a standard £7.99 tier, but you get less for your money – just two simultaneous streams per account and only 1080p video quality.

The company is also launching an ad-supported tier for £4.99.

But if you want to keep all the good stuff for the price you’re currently paying, there are a few tricks that can help you avoid that with some simple advance planning — at least for a year, anyway.

Pay a year in advance

You can buy access to Disney+ for a year in advance for £79.90.

If you buy this just before the November 1st price increases, you could keep going at the old, lower price for a full year.

Subscribe via O2

With O2 you can subscribe to Disney+ via your mobile bill.

This will save you £2 on your total bill, including Disney+.

If this deal continues after November 1st, it might help you offset some of the additional costs.

Use Clubcard points

If you have a few Tesco Clubcard points left, you can get Disney+ for free.

The offer allows you to convert any £12 voucher into £24 to use towards a three-month subscription to Disney+.

When will Disney+ prices go up?

You need to time each switch well – it would be a waste to do it now.

It’s better to enjoy the last few months for £7.99 and then make a change before the new prices officially roll out on November 1st.

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Alley Einstein

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