If you’re a family of Disney fanatics, then you’ll want access to the new Disney+ streaming platform as soon as it rolls out in November. If you’re hoping to score a discount you’ll want to sign up right now, and here’s why.

Disney+ is not set to debut until Nov. 12 but when it does, the new streaming service will have so much to offer. Expect to see Disney classic films and TV shows to new premieres, like the live-action Lady and the Tramp and the highly anticipated Star Wars series, The Mandalorian. A subscription to the new platform will cost $6.99 per month or $69.99 if you sign up for an entire year. For a limited time, however, you can score an amazing deal that will give you a subscription for just $4 per month.

From now until Sep. 1 you can sign-up for a three-year subscription for just $141, which works out to just $47 per year or $4 a month. It’s basically like paying for two years and getting a third year free. The only catch is in order to sign up for this special promotion you must be a D23 fan club member. D23 memberships have a few tiers, two of which you have to pay for, but luckily there is also a free general membership option. All you have to do is input basic info, like your name, email and birthdate and you’ll be ready to earn your Disney+ discount.

It might seem like a big commitment to sign on for three years, but if you’re a Disney fan, chances are you’ll be one for life and so will your kids––so you can bet that it’s a pretty good investment.

—Shahrzad Warkentin

Featured photo: Courtesy of Disney+

 

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