Disney+ celebrates its 2nd birthday in November. The platform has a huge streaming deal.

November 12th is Disney+ Day. The service will release a variety of new content, including the Home Alone reboot Home Sweet Home Alone as well as streaming premieres of Jungle Cruise, Shang-Chi, and the Legend of the Ten Rings.

This is $1.99 to finally see popular shows like Mandalorian and WandaVision.

All you need to do to take advantage of this deal is to visit the Disney+ website by Sunday, November 14. You can find the deal on the homepage of the streamer. All you need to do is click the “sign up now” button.

This offer is not available to all subscribers. Customers who have canceled their subscriptions previously can take advantage of this deal and receive a month of Disney+ at $1.99

After the first $1.99 month, your subscription will return to its normal price of $7.99 per month in the U.S. Disney+ doesn’t offer a free trial so this is the cheapest way you can get a month’s worth.

This deal is also available outside the United States, however the price may differ. For as little as £2.67, you can purchase one month of Disney+ in the United Kingdom.

The streaming service had a difficult quarter. This deal is a result of that. The service gained 2.1 million subscribers between July and October. This is the lowest number since November 2019, when it launched. This is a significant drop from the November 2019 launch of the service. It was 2.1 million more subscribers than the three previous months.

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According to an investor call, the low subscriber numbers could be attributed to a lack in new content due coronavirus-related delays. It is yet to be determined if this slowdown in subscriber growth can be reversed by major-name shows like Hawkeye or The Book of Boba Fett.

Disney+ now offers the majority of the Disney catalog, with some notable exceptions, as well as all of Pixar Star Wars , Marvel , and Disney+. The service now offers a growing number of movies from the 20th Century vault and nearly every episode of The Simpsons.

By Mike Francis

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