Frozen 2 early release


How to stream ‘Frozen 2’ for free

If 'Frozen 2' is motivating you to sign up for Disney Plus, read this first.


Phil West


Posted on Mar 14, 2020   Updated on Jan 27, 2021, 5:04 pm CST

As the Daily Dot reported earlier Saturday, Frozen 2 will be streamable on Disney+ starting this Sunday, three months earlier than initially expected. But in an ever more welcome surprise, Disney made it available to U.S. subscribers Saturday evening, with subscribers in four other countries getting it by Tuesday.

Whether it’s to signal-boost Disney+ as a streaming service for Disney and Pixar content, to help parents and children stay home as part of a widespread social distance effort, or both, it’s a welcome early release.

But how do you get up and running on Disney Plus? You’ve got two options: One of them gives you a seven-day free trial to determine if the service is right for you, while the other gives you a value bundle right out of the gate.

Disney Plus Plans
Disney Plus$6.99
Disney Plus Bundle (with Hulu & ESPN+) $12.99

Though the sports world has been adversely affected by the coronavirus pandemic, ESPN+ normally delivers incredible live sports content, and even now, has great documentary-styled content like 30 for 30, We Are LAFC, and NFL Films creations that provides hours upon hours of narrative.

And, if you’re familiar with Hulu at all, you know it’s got a massive TV and movie library to explore. Between that and Disney Plus alone, there’s a seemingly endless number of choices for staying entertained.

Disney Plus deals

Current Verizon customers who are subscribers to Verizon wireless unlimited can get a year’s worth of Disney+ for free and have until June 1, 2020, to claim this deal. But if you weren’t subscribed prior to the Nov. 12 launch date, tough luck. If you pre-ordered Disney+ and had the Verizon eligibility, you can carry that pre-paid pricing deal over a year and still enjoy the free year first. Again, that’s for Verizon customers who subscribe to 4G, LTE, 5G unlimited wireless, or Fios home internet services.

Disney Plus devices

In addition to Apple and Android devices and the website, you can access Disney+ through these streaming options.


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*First Published: Mar 14, 2020, 5:01 pm CDT