Just because you may not be able to see your loved ones at the moment doesn’t mean you can’t show them that you’re thinking of them ahead of Memorial Day. One great way of doing this is with a Disney+ Subscription Card. It means they know you’re thinking about them while stuck at home and it gives them fantastic entertainment for a whole year. It’s the gift that keeps on giving.
Disney+ has been a fantastic success since its launch late last year offering up tons of great shows and movies. You can give your loved one all the best Disney content out there for only $70 for a year’s access. All you have to do is set the date you want the membership to start and input the recipient’s email address, then Disney will reach out to them and walk them through the registration process. It’s a super simple process so it’s ideal even if your loved one isn’t particularly tech proficient.
A Disney+ Subscription Card is a gift that keeps on giving because it’s unlikely you’ll run out of content any time soon. It offers users access to nearly all of Disney’s movies from over the years. That includes everything from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs right up to the latest hits like Frozen 2. It’s also home to every episode of The Simpsons to date, every Marvel movie, and all the Star Wars films, too.
It’s also home to some great exclusive content like hit Star Wars spin-off The Mandalorian and The World According to Jeff Goldblum.
Get even more with the Disney+ Bundle
Want even more streaming content to watch? Disney+ also has the Disney+ Bundle which tosses in both ESPN+ and Hulu. Admittedly, this isn’t available as part of the Disney+ Subscription Card, but it’s still worth considering gifting to your family. It comes in at only $13 per month. There’s no way to pay this in full so you’ll have to keep your credit card information linked, but signing up to it saves you $5 per month ($50 per year) compared to if you paid for the services separately.
The Disney+ Bundle gives you unrestricted access to Hulu, offering up access to hundreds of great network shows and blockbuster movies, while ESPN+ is a portal to thousands of live sporting events (once they restart) along with great analysis of every sport imaginable from the likes of the FA Cup, MLB, MLS, NBA, NHL, and UFC Fight Night. The Disney+ Bundle means you and your family won’t run out of options of what to watch.
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