Most Verizon customers are eligible for free Disney+. To qualify, you must have at least one of the following Verizon services:
- Verizon Wireless Unlimited (4G LTE)
- Verizon Wireless Unlimited (5G)
- Verizon Fios Home Internet
- Verizon 5G Home Internet
If you're an existing Verizon customer and use one of these services, check out this guide for redemption instructions.
If you aren't yet a Verizon or Verizon Wireless customer, consider switching—the service might be cheaper for you or your family and you'll get Disney+ for free.
Eligible US Mobile customers qualify for free Disney+. Various unlimited plans offer different "perk" levels. More perks = more free services. One of the free services offered is the Disney+/Hulu/ESPN bundle. You need 3 unlimited lines to qualify for this perk.
You can explore the full list of perks here.
Certain LG OLED TVs currently come with an entire year of Disney+ for free. LG NanoCell TVs come with 6 months of free Disney+.
After purchasing a qualifying TV, submit a claim to LG with a copy of the receipt. This has to be submitted before 5/9/2020. Your free subscription will be provided within 28 days.
Track your claim on the official LG website.
This option isn't quite free, but it's definitely a bargain. You can purchase a bundled package that includes access to Hulu, ESPN, and Disney+ content for only $12 a month. If you already have a Hulu subscription and have considered subscribing to Disney+, this is definitely worth a look.
To get this offer, visit the Disney+ website and choose Buy Now under the bundle offer.
In a recent memo to Disney theme park cast members, the company announced it would offer free Disney+ to its employees. Cast members can choose between a main entrance park pass or access to the Disney+ service. If you're a cast member and you're interested in how to redeem this offer, check with your manager for more details.