How to sign up for Disney Plus

We’ve known that Disney+ was going to be the Godzilla of streaming services the moment it was announced. After all, 500 Walt Disney Studios movies and 7,000 episodes of Walt Disney Television is a pretty amazing prospect to have at your fingertips.

If you’re 100% on board with everything from Star Wars to The Simpsons, you’re probably wondering how to sign up for Disney Plus. The good news is that it’s easy, and we can help you get it done so you can meld yourself to your sofa for all eternity.

Disney Plus Plans

7 day free trial

Disney+ $6.99
Disney+ Bundle

(with Hulu & ESPN+)

$12.99

How much is Disney+?

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Considering the mammoth amount of content Disney+ (or Disney Plus, as some call it) has to offer, the price tag seems paltry. Like just about all streaming services these days, you can try it out for free. This trial lasts a week and will automatically renew on day eight, so keep this in mind if you choose not to go forward with the service. But if you do, it’ll set you back $6.99 a month or $69.99 for a year.

You also have the option of rolling Disney+ into a bundle with Hulu and ESPN+ for $12.99 a month, which in this streamer’s opinion is a dang fine deal. It’s also worth mentioning, however, that Verizon and Fios customers on existing 4G LTE and 5G wireless “unlimited” plans get a year of Disney+ for free, those lucky scamps. Don’t plunk down your credit card until you’re sure that this doesn’t include you!

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What devices work with Disney+?

If you’re not sure which streaming device works best with Disney+, good news: All the major ones are covered. You can watch on a wide range of phones, tablets, laptops, and video game consoles. You’ll also be able to stream using Google Chromecast, Apple TV, Nvidia Shield, both Roku devices and TVs with built-in Rokus, and Sony TVs with built-in Android. And the Disney+ app can be used on Apple, Android, LG, and Samsung devices, as well as the full Amazon Fire device range.

Disney Plus on Amazon Fire 

  • All Amazon Fire TV devices
  • Fire Tablets on Android
  • Amazon Fire TV Edition

Disney Plus on Apple TV

  • 4th Generation Apple TV or newer

Disney Plus on Roku

  • Roku LT and higher
  • Roku TVs

Disney Plus on Smart TVs

Disney Plus on Google Chromecast

  • All Chromecast devices
  • Chrome OS

Disney Plus on Google Chrome browser

  • The most recent version of Google Chrome
  • Mac OS

Disney Plus on iOS devices

  • iOS 11 or newer
  • iPhone XS, XS Max devices

Disney Plus on Windows 10

  • All Windows 10 devices

Disney Plus on Xbox

  • Xbox One

Disney Plus on Playstation

  • PS4

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What’s on Disney+?

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Lord, what can’t you watch on Disney+? If you’ve been obsessed with Disney since you were a child, every animated feature you can dream of is now at your fingertips. Hardcore Marvel Universe fan? Yep, all that is there too. The brand-new Star Wars series The Mandalorian is a huge draw for the classic sci-fi franchise. There’s even something for you Jeff Goldblum stans. I hate to say they thought of everything, but Disney ain’t one of the biggest names in the world for nothin’.

For those of you that want a look at our personal faves, here you go. Be mindful that this is a tiny percentage of the full Disney+ library—there’s much more to come.

  • The Mandalorian
  • Lady and the Tramp
  • Star Wars
  • The Empire Strikes Back
  • Return of the Jedi
  • Avengers: Endgame
  • Toy Story 1-3
  • Wall-E
  • Ratatouille
  • Beauty and the Beast
  • The Lion King
  • Aladdin
  • The Little Mermaid
  • Avatar
  • The Muppet Show
  • The Simpsons (all 30 seasons)

For an exhaustive list, here are all of the Disney+ titles you can stream effective Week 1.

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Colette Bennett

Colette Bennett

Colette Bennett is a writer/editor who specializes in web culture, skincare, and all things geek. Her work has appeared on CNN, HLN, Engadget, Kotaku, Colourlovers, and Continue Magazine. She also writes horror and sci-fi fiction for Corona Books and is at work on her second novel.