Disney is reducing the price of an annual subscription to its streaming service in Europe before the regional launch on March 24th. Customers who register before March 23 will receive a £ 10 or £ 10 discount off the price of an annual subscription, reducing the annual cost to £ 49.99 or £ 59.99. The promotion does not apply in the Netherlands, where the service has already been put into operation.
At £ 49.99 per year, the price is around £ 4 / EUR 5 per month, compared to £ 5.99 / EUR 6.99 per month at the usual prices (monthly subscriptions do not receive a similar discount before publication). In the U.S., the service offered a similar discount while partnering with Verizon to offer the service free of charge on certain plans for one year.
Despite the upcoming launch of Disney Plus in Europe. It’s still unclear what content will be available when the service launches. Disney has yet to confirm whether The Simpsons will be available for service in the UK. It is also unclear whether The Mandalorian will be available all at once. Whether it will receive a tiered release schedule like the one in the U.S. (We contacted Disney for confirmation ,
Other Disney Plus titles coming into service in Europe include high school musicals. The Musical: The Series, The World by Jeff Goldblum, and a live action version of Lady and the Tramp.
The service had a successful start in the United States, where it exceeded 10 million subscribers on the first day. Earlier this month, the company had more than 28 million subscribers. Well above analysts’ forecasts of 10 to 18 million subscribers in the first year.