Disney Verizon Free subscription (1)

Live in the United States and looking for a way to get a free Disney Plus subscription? Disney Plus subscription is pretty cheap and costs only $6.99/month, which is a great deal considering its expansive library of content it offers. However, nothing beats getting access to the service for free. Read this guide to know how you can get a Disney Plus subscription for free with Verizon without any hacks or other shady practices.

Who can get Disney Plus Subscription for Free?

Verizon subscribers in the United States or New Mexico can get Disney Plus subscription for free for a year. It means a yearly saving of $59.99. The promotional offer is only customers who are on Verizon’s Unlimited plan or switch to its 5G Home Internet plan.

Do note that this is a limited time promotional offer and can be withdrawn by Verizon or Disney anytime.

In case you are not a Verizon subscriber, you cannot get the Disney+ Subscription for free. Nonetheless, if you are ready to pay for it, read our guide on how to sign up for Disney+ here.

What are the Eligible Plans from Verizon offering Free Yearly Disney Plus Subscription?

You must have one of the following Verizon Unlimited plans to be eligible for the free Disney Plus Subscription:

  • Verizon Unlimited
  • Go Unlimited
  • Beyond Unlimited
  • Above Unlimited
  • Get More Unlimited
  • Do More Unlimited
  • Play More Unlimited
  • Start Unlimited
  • Previously Offered Unlimited plan
  • 5G Home Internet

Customers signing up for new Verizon FiOS and 5G Home plans are also eligible for the offer. Do note that the offer does not apply to business accounts.

What if You Have Already Subscribed to Disney+?

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Once you have redeemed your free Disney Plus subscription from Verizon, your existing subscription to the streaming service for which you have paid will automatically stop. For example, if you were paying monthly for Disney Plus, your billing cycle will stop; for the next 12 months after you have redeemed Verizon’s offer. The billing cycle will then automatically restart again from the 13th month.

How to Redeem Free Disney+ Subscription from Verizon

Step 1: Register for a My Verizon account if you have not already done so. Make sure to do this while you are using the Verizon FiOS, mobile, or 5G Home Internet network. Make sure to use the same email ID for your Verizon account that you have applied for your Disney+ Subscription.

Step 2: When you log into your new/existing My Verizon account, you will automatically get an invitation to redeem your 12-month Disney Plus subscription. If you don’t see the invite or banner, go to Add-ons -> Entertainment -> Get Disney+.

Step 3: Proceed to sign up for Disney+ after this from the page that opens. Remember that the 12-month promotional period will start right after you accept the terms and conditions of the offer and not when you are done signing up for Disney Plus.

You can also use the My Verizon app to sign up for Disney Plus for free:

  • Sign in to the My Verizon app on your phone. Then tap the Menu button in the top left.
  • Tap the Menu button, followed by Add-Ons.
  • Scroll to Disney+ from the Entertainment tab and click to Learn More.
  • Tap Enrol, review and accept all the terms and conditions, and finally press Confirm.
  • Press Continue to login to the Disney+ page.

Verify Your Disney Plus Subscription is Active with Verizon

You can verify that you are taking advantage of Verizon’s promotional offer for your Disney+ promotion by following these steps:

  • Log into your Disney Plus account.
  • Click the profile icon on the top-right corner and select Account from there.
  • Go to Subscription where you should see Verizon Subscription as the billing method. If not, then you have still not activated the free Disney+ offer from Verizon.

Are you still facing any issues in claiming your free Disney+ subscription from Verizon? Drop a comment and let us know so that we can help you out!

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