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The Disney+ Subscription Card is the ultimate last-minute Christmas gift

Christmas is only a few days away now, and with retailers and delivery partners overloaded due to the increase in online shopping this year, it’s most likely too late to order physical gifts online and have them arrive in time (unless you’re willing to shell out the extra cash for express shipping, although even that window is rapidly closing). Thankfully, digital subscriptions make for excellent last-minute Christmas gifts, so if you’re frantically shopping around online for something you can give on the 25th, then the Disney+ Subscription Card might be just the ticket. Read on to find out more.

In an increasingly crowded field of online streaming services, Disney+ is a relative newcomer to the scene. It quickly caught on a big way, however, and now serves as an all-in-one streaming hub for everything Disney. That huge (and growing) content library includes Disney and Pixar films along with everything else that exists in the House of Mouse, such as Marvel movies, National Geographic productions, exclusive Disney+ shows, and Star Wars films and series like The Mandalorian. Disney+ even has the complete 30-year catalog of The Simpsons now, including holiday specials.

All that makes the Disney+ Subscription Card is the perfect last-minute Christmas gift for Disney, Marvel, and Star Wars fans. Disney+ is compatible with virtually all modern devices capable of streaming as well. That covers PC web browsers, mobile devices, smart TVs, and even Xbox and PlayStation gaming consoles. Even if you’re thinking of getting the Disney+ Subscription Card as a last-minute Christmas gift for someone who isn’t an avid streamer, you can rest assured that they’ll still be able to enjoy full access to the entire Disney+ catalog of shows and movies.

Gifting a Disney+ Subscription Card could not be easier. You simply pay $70 for a year’s worth of Disney+ to be emailed to the recipient on a day of your choosing — most likely Christmas Day, if that’s what you’re shopping for. The subscription will be activated when it’s sent out so not a day is missed. Note, however, that the one-year Disney+ Subscription Card can only be redeemed by new members; current members cannot use the card for their existing subscription.

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