Previously we posted a rumor that Epic Games and Disney had again teamed up to bring a Disney+ free trial to Fortnite users. Now it’s confirmed and the deal begins tomorrow.
Here is the information:
“Beginning November 10th @ 7 pm ET through December 31, 2020, get 2 months of Disney+ on us when you purchase V-Bucks or make any real money purchase in Fortnite — like the currently available Street Serpent Pack. Purchased something earlier this month? We’ve got you covered. If you made any real-money purchases in Fortnite from November 6th @ 10 AM ET, including purchasing V-Bucks, you’re still eligible. Just visit fortnite.com/disneyplus beginning November 10th @ 7 pm ET to redeem your subscription.”
If you made a purchase from November 6th on you are eligible, even though the deal begins tomorrow, November 10th.
The offer is available to NEW Disney+ subscribers aged 18+ and is only in select countries. Currently the deal is not available in Brazil, France, Japan, Korea, Latin America, The Middle East, Turkey or Russia.
Here are the prices for various countries after the free trial ends:
“Once your offer period concludes, you’ll be able to continue enjoying Disney+ as a paid service. You’ll automatically be charged the standard monthly rate for a Disney+ subscription in your market, unless you cancel your subscription. Cancel anytime.”
|COUNTRY||PRICE PER MONTH|
|United States||$6.99 USD/month|
|New Zealand||$9.99 NZD/month|
Here’s how to cancel your free trial subscription before you are charged:
“Before the end of your offer period, simply follow the steps here to cancel your Disney+ subscription to avoid being charged. If you have any questions around the cancellation process, simply scroll down to the bottom of the page and select “Live Chat” or “Call Us” to speak with live Disney+ customer support, available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.”
It’s a good time to get a free trial as ‘Star Wars: The Mandalorian” Season 2 is now dropping on the streaming service.
You can learn more about this offer, read more of the fine print and FAQ sections at Epic Games HERE.
Disney wants to get the numbers up for their first quarter 2021. People have been canceling their free trial they got from Verizon and they need to boost the numbers.
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Source: Epic Games
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