Time is running out to order physical gifts online. You might be able to get something delivered from Amazon, but realistically you can’t. It just doesn’t happen. You can try your luck at an actual retail location, but why put yourself through the hassle and trouble? Instead, get a solid gift that will last all year with a Disney+ annual gift subscription.
You’ll instantly connect someone with access to every new Star Wars series, every new Marvel series, all the Disney movies you love, as well as all the other great movies and shows on the service, shows like Andor and even The Simpsons .
Disney+ Premium Annual Gift Card
Give the gift of one of the best subscription services around, just in time for the holidays. With access to Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and National Geographic, it’s a great place to see.
Does the Disney+ gift plan have ads?
The gift version of Disney+, available up there for $109.99, is the Premium version, which means it’s ad-free. Honestly, that’s the best case scenario, because giving an ad-supported gift does seem to raise some eyebrows. “Hey, I have a gift for you! It’s advertising supported!” can make the receiver question whether it is really the thing that counts.
Can I give the Disney+ gift subscription as a renewal?
This deal is ONLY good for new subscribers to Disney+, so you may want to find out if your gift recipient is a new subscriber or not. You cannot gift it to someone who already has Disney+, the Disney+ gift card is for new subscribers only.
Does the Disney+ gift card recipient need to provide credit card information?
The gift subscription is valid for 12 months, so whoever you give it to can redeem the gift and set up their account on their streaming devices and just go to town with it. When the gift subscription period expires, if they want to continue their subscription, they’ll need to provide payment information, but until then, they’re good to go.
Does the Disney+ gift plan include Hulu?
Another caveat with the gift plan is that it only includes Disney+ Premium, the ad-free version of Disney+. It doesn’t have Hulu or ESPN+ included. These can be added separately by the person receiving the gift, if they are so inclined.
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