Want the best entertainment possible to entertain you and your family this Memorial Day weekend? Right now, you can grab a one-week Disney+ free trial and enjoy everything that the House of Mouse can offer for the next week, entirely for free with no commitment. Simply cancel by the end of the seventh day and you won’t have to hand over a penny.
Disney+ offers a frankly ridiculous wealth of great content that’s sure to entice you and your children. The streaming service is home to every episode of The Simpsons aired to date, along with almost all of the Disney movies made over the decades. These include old classics like Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, favorites like The Lion King and Toy Story, along with more modern movies like Frozen 2.
Besides all the great Disney content, there’s also the little matter of every Marvel movie you could want to watch, and every Star Wars movie, too! Disney+ is also the home of The Mandalorian, the hit Star Wars-themed show starring Baby Yoda. With a second season in the works right now, this is the perfect time to see what all the hype is about. There’s also The World According to Jeff Goldblum if you’re in the mood for something a little unusual.
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Whatever you decide, a one-week Disney+ free trial is irresistible. Sign up now to enjoy the magic of Disney all Memorial Day weekend. Just cancel it before the end of the trial to avoid paying a cent. We won’t blame you if you keep it around for a while longer though. It’s a fantastic dose of nostalgia for you and great entertainment for the kids.
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