If the 50% discount was not enough forever (according to a series of conditions) offered by HBO Max to new subscribers who join its platform throughout this month of November in a series of markets, including Spain, Disney + now arrives offering a 75% discount for the first month to new subscribers who arrive on its platform until next November 14 on an international level.
It is one of the many initiatives that Disney has launched as part of the Disney Plus Day, which will take place on November 12, with the idea of promote your content platform on demand among the general public, bringing other additional benefits from being subscribers.
In this way, from today until November 14, all those who arrive at Disney+ they will pay the first month only 1.99 euros compared to the usual 8.99 euros, although both current and new subscribers will be able to benefit from the new content that the platform will host as of the aforementioned day, like “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” from the Marvel Studios factory, the Christmas-tinged movie “Home Alone at Last,” and much more.
Subscribers will also be able to have exclusive access to the Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort parks half an hour before the rest of the publicFrom the 12th to the 14th of this month, they will also be able to take advantage of free shipping on purchases made at the Disney Store in the US and Europe, there will be discounts on e-books that are purchased until November 17, and much more.
Undoubtedly, it is a very interesting way to promote the platform by taking advantage of other services that Disney already has, although an aspect that may especially draw the attention of enthusiasts of the non-fungible tokens (NFT) is he launch of an official NFTs collectible dedicated to characters and other iconic items from the entertainment factory under the name “Golden Moments”, that they will be able to obtain via the Veve app in a number of markets, including Spain, although on November 12 itself an “ultra rare” NFT collectible will also arrive.
And all this comes when Netflix has raised the prices of subscriptions, something that can be used by its rivals to gain market share. In this way, Disney joins events such as Singles Day (11.11) or the Black Friday and Cyber Monday already common this month for relatively few years.
You will have to get used to it.