Black Friday Disney Plus deals 2022 - will there be any offers this year?

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We've been keeping track of any Black Friday Disney Plus deals to make sure you get the best price possible on the streaming platform. However, sadly, at the moment Disney has not released any Black Friday offers itself. But, before you get too disheartened, there is another great deal that could get you a big chunk off your subscription. We delve into that – and other tricks to save on the platform – below. 

Along with our usual tracking of the best Black Friday gaming deals and wider Black Friday Disney deals, we're on the hunt for the best Disney Plus deals this sales season. Our bargain-hunting experts have some handy advice for you to check out below, including what sort of discounts we could see and what good Black Friday Disney Plus deals actually look like. 

But, if you just want to grab a Disney Plus sign-up right now, we've also got the latest prices below to save you some time. The most important information to know, though, is that Disney Plus will soon be going up in price this December 8 – the cost of the streamer will be increasing to $10.99 a month, or $109.99 a year. However, you'll still be able to use the $7.99/month plan, but it'll come with ads. That means the below is the cheapest you're likely to see the streamer before then, barring any surprise Black Friday discounts that might materialize today.   

Black Friday Disney Plus deals - USA

Disney Plus and Hulu (1 year) | $4.98 per month (opens in new tab)

Disney Plus and Hulu (1 year) | $4.98 per month (opens in new tab)
While Disney Plus hasn't dropped any deals on its own, Hulu has a way of getting both streaming platforms for a little less each month. Hulu are offering a year-long deal of $1.99 a month, down from $7.99 – and then you can add on Disney Plus for $2.99 extra each month.

Disney Plus (1 year) | $79.99 at Disney Plus (opens in new tab)

Disney Plus (1 year) | $79.99 at Disney Plus (opens in new tab)
While it's not a traditional 'saving' in the classic sense, this is still one of the better Black Friday Disney Plus deals right now. You see, the price for this service will soon be going up to $109.99 per year as of December 8, 2022, so it's your last chance to save $30 on 12 months of the streamer.

Black Friday Disney Plus deals - FAQ

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When will the Black Friday Disney Plus deals start?

The biggest sale of the entire season always occurs at the same time each year - you can expect to see the savings roll in after Thanksgiving and on the last Friday of November. That means the 2022 Black Friday Disney Plus deals are due today, November 25. If they appear in the first place, anyway. It's not look good in terms of discounts at the time of writing, so temper your expectations just in case it's a total bust.

However, if they were to appear, they probably wouldn't be limited to a single day. Black Friday is bigger now than it ever has been and offers continue long after Black Friday is over, at which point reductions are re-labelled as 'Cyber Monday' savings. If they happen at all, the best Black Friday Disney Plus deals will take place within that window as a result (as demonstrated by last year's offer that got you a free six-month Disney Plus membership with an Amazon Music Unlimited subscription).

Where will the best Black Friday Disney Plus deals be?

Although you'd expect any Black Friday Disney Plus deals to come from Disney itself, that's not normally the case - indeed, we've never seen the company offer any discounts on the streaming service over the sales period. Instead, it reserves reductions for events like Disney Plus Day (which we got back in September). 

As such you're better off keeping an eye on the likes of phone, internet, or music contracts instead. Verizon in the USA and o2 in the UK typically provide a few months of Disney with certain plans, while Amazon Music Unlimited gave it away as a freebie last year.

Black Friday Disney Plus deals - what to expect

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Generally speaking, the annual Black Friday Disney Plus deals are a bit... well, underwhelming. That's because the streaming service doesn't normally offer any kind of discount beyond its once-a-year Disney Plus Day, and seeing as the company doesn't even run a Disney Plus free trial anymore, it's clear that they don't need any help enticing newcomers.

However, it is possible to find reductions if you know where to look. To be precise, 2021 gave us a free six-month Disney Plus membership with an Amazon Music Unlimited subscription (opens in new tab). Although that discount didn't match some of the laptop offers we saw during the event, it was pretty great nonetheless.

In addition, this also means that you don't need to wait on the off-chance something better comes along. The prices in late November are likely to be the lowest we'll see this side of 2023, so you're all clear to grab a subscription come Black Friday without fear of the price dropping even further down the line.

With that in mind, which offer should you go for when Black Friday arrives? Short of another Amazon Music discount, the cheapest current offer would be a standard monthly Disney Plus sub. It's $7.99 per month in the USA (opens in new tab), £7.99p/m in the UK (opens in new tab), and $11.99p/m in Canada or Australia (opens in new tab). You won't find anything for less (believe us, we've tried).

You don't need to wait on the off-chance something better comes along

It's worth considering one of the top Disney Plus bundles, too. You can currently pick up a triple-pack of content featuring Disney Plus, Hulu, and ESPN Plus for $13.99 per month (opens in new tab) or $19.99p/m without Hulu ads (opens in new tab). That's in the same ball-park as a single Standard HD month of Netflix but for three times the amount of content.

Shopping for someone else, on the other hand? The digital Disney Plus gift card is what you need. It's an annual membership and saves you roughly $14 / £12 compared to buying each month separately (that's 12 months for the price of 10, in other words). Because it's a code, you can also have it sent wherever you like, whenever you like. Just remember, it can only be activated by new subscribers.

Last year's best Black Friday Disney Plus deals

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Free 6-month Disney Plus membership with Amazon Prime Music Unlimited subscription
Oddly, it wasn't Disney providing the best Black Friday Disney Plus deals last year. It was Amazon. The retail giant offered half a year of the streaming service if you signed up to Amazon Music Unlimited (which was $9.99p/m, or $7.99p/m for Prime members). That offered roughly $50 in terms of actual value, so it was by far and away the MVP of 2021's sale.

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Disney Plus, Hulu, ESPN Plus | $13.99 per month ($19.99p/m without Hulu ads)
Those hunting down maximum value for money were be best served with this offer, which is still running today. Even though it's a little pricier up-front, it gets you three different services for the price of two. More importantly, it's got something to suit everyone; there's the family-friendly escapades of Disney Plus, the mature dramas of Hulu, and the sports of ESPN. They all fill a niche, so this bundle provides a more well-rounded suite of content than other deals.

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Disney Plus gift card (1 year) | $79.99 at Disney Plus USA / £79.99 at Disney Plus UK
If you needed an easy present for a loved one, family member, or friend that adores Disney, this was definitely worth a look in 2021's Black Friday Disney Plus deals. The card provided full access to everything on Disney Plus for a whole year, and you were essentially getting 10 months for the price of 12 with this offer. Finally, it could be digitally delivered to whoever you liked at the time of your choosing.


Be sure to check out the other Black Friday sales on offer while you're looking for bargains - there will be Black Friday board game deals floating around along with Black Friday Lego deals, not to mention Black Friday Pokemon deals.

Benjamin Abbott
Tabletop & Merch Editor

As the site's Tabletop & Merch Editor, you'll find my grubby paws on everything from board game reviews to Lego buying guides. I have been writing about games in one form or another since 2012 and can normally be found cackling over some evil plan I've cooked up for my group's next Dungeons & Dragons campaign.

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