Disney must really be trying to reverse course on their stagnating Disney+ numbers for the final quarter of their fiscal year. Now you can purchase a Disney+ subscription card, but only for new subscribers.
Of course this comes after the media has been reporting that Disney+, and other streaming services, aren’t climbing like they were. They have investor calls coming up for the 3rd quarter, and 4th quarter/year end soon.
Let’s take a look!
Disney+ 1 Year Subscription Service Card – $79.99
“Give the gift of a subscription to the Disney+ streaming service! They’ll enjoy a year’s access to a vast wealth of new programming and archived treasures from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, and National Geographic.
- Enjoy 1 year of Disney+ streaming service
- Pre-loaded with the current value of an annual Disney+ Subscription*
- Includes a gift envelope
*Card may be redeemed by new Disney+ subscribers only, cannot be added to an existing subscription. Not a gift card. Valid only for U.S. residents, 18 years of age or older. Card entitles the holder to 12 months of Disney+, which will be credited to your account upon redemption. Non-refundable. To redeem, visit DisneyPlus.com/redeemcard and manually enter the code printed on this card. A condition to redemption is that you must create a new Disney+ account and accept the Disney+ Subscriber Agreement. Redemption code is one-time use only. Void where prohibited. Cannot be combined with any other offers, coupons, discounts, or promotions. Card is not refundable or redeemable for cash or any other goods or services and cannot be sold, exchanged or credited towards purchase of other subscriptions.”
Between this and the free subscriber trials on sites like Amazon Music, it seems Disney is really pushing to try and get their numbers up again. Now that ‘Loki’ has ended they will likely see a drop off as many people subscribed for the Marvel content.
I think they might do better if they offered a deal with this card, like a reduced rate for a year. Considering how some other countries are paying less per month and it’s breaking down to .45 a subscriber/ month in India with Hot Star, it might be more enticing for new customers.
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