It looks like Disney is willing to lose more money on subscriptions if it means bringing up those subscriber numbers.
Their recent deal comes to us via the Ibotta App.
For those unfamiliar the Ibotta App is used for cash back rewards on spending money at various locations or buying specific products in a store. I use it all the time and I do recommend it, and have on my tips to save money for Disney trips articles.
I was on the app and noticed that there is now a an option for cash back, up to $17.50 if you subscribe to Disney+.
Here are the screen shots:
The details of the deal are as follows:
- Pending Period up to 90 days
- Max cash back $17.50
- It may take up to 24 hours to update the status of your offer
- Cash back is NOT valid:
-On Premier Access purchases alone. Must purchase monthly subscription along with Premier Access.
-On orders placed using coupons, promo codes or discounts.
-On the purchase of gift cards.
-If an order is canceled, returned or exchanged.
- Offer ONLY Valid:
-On the subtotal before taxes and feees
-When Disney+ is launched from Ibotta
-On purchases within the United States with US currency.
-On purchases made on one shopping trip.
- Retailer must be relaunched through Ibotta for subsequent purchases.
- This offer can be used for annual subscriptions, monthly subscriptions, bundle subscriptions with ad-free Hulu, and one year gift subscriptions.
- Earnings from Disney+ orders will be pending until the merchant has confirmed that the order has been fulfilled. This may take up to 90 days.
This is only available for 13 more hours, so if you use Ibotta and you would like to subscribe for some cash back you can do so.
If you would like to learn more about Ibotta you can do so HERE. You can also join using this code glusjsg to help the blog!
I just think it’s interesting to see how far Disney will go to get their numbers up. But hey, it’s smart and it’s really smart to do it as ‘Loki” premiers on Disney+.
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