Skip to main content

How to watch Loki online - stream the brand-new show for less

watch Loki online
(Image credit: Disney Plus)

Now that the god of mischief has returned to our screens, you may be wondering how to watch Loki online for less. Are there any trials or discounts available right now? Is it possible to get hold of the series for less? We're here to help with that. Because the show is exclusive to the Disney Plus streaming service, getting a good deal on that platform is essential if you want to stream Loki with as little fuss as possible.

Seeing as there's no Disney Plus free trial anymore, the cheapest way to watch Loki online for most of us is grabbing a single month of the service ($7.99 in the US, £7.99 in the UK, and $11.99 in both Canada or Australia). However, the best value method for US readers would be to get what is essentially a three-for-the-price-of-two bundle with Disney Plus, Hulu, and ESPN Plus for $13.99 per month. That allows you to stream Loki and a ton of other content you might be interested in for way less than normal.

Watch Loki's story in order

This series follows the 2012 version of Loki who escaped with the Tesseract during Endgame's time-heist. Because that was never supposed to happen, he's now being targeted by a mysterious force responsible for the proper flow of time. 

Confused? Here's the correct viewing order to catch up on Loki's story so far:

  1. Thor
  2. The Avengers
  3. Thor: The Dark World
  4. Thor: Ragnarok
  5. Avengers: Infinity War
  6. Avengers: Endgame
  7. Loki

Ready to get started? We've listed the best Disney Plus bundles and Disney Plus sign-up deals below.

Watch Loki - US

Disney Plus | $7.99 per month
If you want to stream Loki, you'll need to get Disney Plus - the series is a Disney Plus exclusive, which means it won't appear on any other streaming service. With that in mind, the cheapest membership at the moment would be a $7.99 per-month subscription, while the best value offer is still the triple bundle with Disney Plus, Hulu, and ESPN Plus for $13.99p/m (or $19.99p/m with no Hulu ads). No matter what you choose, you'll need at least a couple of months to watch Loki online in its entirety because new episodes launch each week - every Wednesday, to be precise.
View Deal

Watch Loki - Canada

Disney Plus | $11.99 per month
All you need to watch Loki online in Canada is Disney Plus. The show is exclusive to that streaming service, so you can take a look at the first episode right now with the standard $11.99 p/m membership. Just remember, you'll need at least two or three months to finish the series - new episodes drop each Wednesday, so it's not possible to stream Loki in one go (yet).View Deal

Watch Loki - UK

Disney Plus | £7.99 per month
Want to stream Loki in the UK? Your cheapest option would be the £7.99 per month subscription (but bear in mind that you'll need at least a couple of months to see the entire season thanks to new episodes releasing each week). You could also pick up a Disney Plus gift card to enable a loved one watch Loki online.
View Deal

Watch Loki - Australia

Disney Plus | $11.99 per month
Where can you stream Loki in Australia? You guessed it: on Disney Plus. The entire series is a Disney Plus exclusive, and the cheapest way of getting each episode would be the $11.99 per-month subscription (or $12.99p/m in New Zealand). Want maximum value for money, on the other hand? The $119.99 annual membership is the way to go.
View Deal

Watch Loki - India

Disney Plus with Hotstar (Premium) | ₹299 per month / ₹1499 a year
If you want to watch Loki online in India, Disney Plus Hotstar bundles are the only ways to do it. They're pretty great value for money, though: as well as Disney Plus access on the Premium tier, you get multiplex and new Indian movies to go with Hotstar specials, no ads, and Full HD streaming with Dolby 5.1 audio. Grab the annual option and it's even better - you're saving a massive ₹2088 a year compared to paying the ₹299 monthly fees.
View Deal

Other regions

Watch Disney Plus in your area
If you've got Disney Plus in your area, you should be able to watch Loki online. It's a Disney Plus exclusive and is releasing in most regions at the same time, so members can get in on the action right away. Anyone that doesn't have access to Disney Plus in their country shouldn't panic, however - the House of Mouse has stated that the streaming service will launch across the globe in the next year or two.
View Deal

Want more?

As we mentioned in our Loki episode 1 review, the series has hit the ground running and is potentially the best MCU show yet. It's full of mystery, too; for example, one Loki theory suggests Marvel is setting up the crossover to end all crossovers

Luckily we won't have long to wait until the next episode - it launches on Wednesday, June 16. 

If you're still not sold on the streaming service, you can fill your boots with all the details you need in our guide to Disney Plus. For a more in-depth comparison of how it stacks up against the competition, you can also take a look at our full Disney Plus review.

Looking to upgrade your setup, on the other hand? It's worth heading over to our guide on the best gaming TVs (available here for UK readers). This will furnish you with recommendations for the top 4K screens, and they'll show off Disney Plus content at its best - particularly if you've got the best gaming sound system to go with them.

Don't forget about our other streaming guides, either; you can find info on the latest Hulu bundle deals, HBO Max prices, or ESPN Plus costs and bundles via these write-ups. We've got the full lowdown on Disney Plus Premier Access if you'd like to find out what that offers, too.


For other essential family pastimes, don't forget about the best board games, board games for kids, and the top board games for families.

As one of the site's Hardware Editors, you'll find my grubby paws on everything from board game reviews to Lego buying guides. I've been writing about games in one form or another for almost a decade (with bylines ranging from Metro.co.uk and PC Gamer to TechRadar), and have worked at GamesRadar+ since 2018. I can normally be found cackling over some evil plan I've cooked up for my group's next Dungeons & Dragons campaign.