Premier Access to Disney Plus: What Is It and What Can You Watch?
Disney Plus, the upcoming direct-to-consumer streaming service from Disney, won’t be available until asap, but you can sign up now for Premier Access to get early access to new releases and your favorite Disney films when the service launches. So what exactly is Premier Access to Disney Plus, and what can you watch with it? Read on to find out!
When does it launch?
Disney announced in March 2023 that their new streaming service, Disney+, will launch on November 12th, 2019. The basic package will be priced at $7.99 a month, with the most popular channels costing an additional $5 each per month. The cost of the more expensive packages are as follows- Single ($12.99), Dual ($12.99), Triple ($15.99), Quadruple ($19.99) and Quintuple ($24.99). This service will also include exclusive content not available anywhere else including all Pixar movies and Marvel TV series, such as Agent Carter, The Avengers and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., among others! The pricing is competitively priced and seems like a steal when you consider what you’re getting. Considering it’s got both Netflix and Hulu under its belt, it may give those services some stiff competition in terms of quality programming and delivery time (the service will take up less space than DVD’s or Blu-rays for example!). This is one way that Disney is trying to recapture audience interest since recent scandals plagued them for the last few years (e.g., #MeToo movement controversies around director James Gunn).
Many people are excited about this upcoming streaming service because it means they can get all of their favorite shows from one place without having to sign up for separate services.
How much does it cost?
Disney Plus Premier Access is available for $6.95 a month, in addition to your existing subscription. This is how much we will charge our subscribers for the first three months of service. After that, the price will increase from $6.95 a month to $8.99 a month. This fee covers the content you’re able to watch on Disney+, including all the live-action and animated movies, TV shows, documentaries, etc., as well as other content like sports games and exclusive programming like Star Wars Show. For example, it also includes every Marvel movie ever made (including Black Panther!), Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, A Wrinkle in Time, Ant-Man and The Wasp…and so many more!
Which devices will have the app available for download?
The app is available on iOS, Android, Apple TV, Chromecast, Fire TV, Roku and Xbox One. Those with a Sony television will be able to download the app in September as well. As of now, there are only four films that are premiering on Disney Plus: Captain Marvel (2019), Maleficent 2 (2020), Toy Story 4 (2019) and Frozen 2 (2020). But there will be plenty of other great movies available for viewing soon enough!
How many movies and TV shows are available at launch?
Sign up for the service is easy and quick. Once you have created an account, log in to your account, click on My Account in the upper right corner of the screen, select Manage My Plan from the drop-down menu, then choose whether you want one month or three months for your subscription. After that, just click on Billing Info on the left-hand side of the screen and enter your credit card information. Canceling a subscription is just as easy. Log into your account, then click on My Account in the upper right corner of the screen.
How do you sign up, subscribe, and cancel your subscription to the service once you’ve started using it?
Disney Premier Access is a streaming service that gives you access to the Disney movies, TV shows, documentaries, short films and other content.
You can sign up for the service with an annual subscription or with a monthly subscription.
After signing up, you can watch all of the content right away on your TV or mobile device.
Disney also offers a free trial period so you can test it out before committing to an annual or monthly subscription.
You can cancel your membership at any time by going into your account settings.