How To Get Disney Plus (and ESPN Plus, Hulu) For Free

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What if we told you that you can get Disney Plus or the Disney bundle for free? Well, you can. And through things that you already use, and/or pay for.

Of course, the most popular option is through Verizon. But there are a few other ways that you can get the bundle too.

How to get Disney Plus for free

There are a few ways that you can get the Disney Plus bundle or Disney Plus for free. Not all of these include it free forever though. Some are time-limited offers.


Verizon Wireless

If you’re a Verizon Wireless customer, you can get Disney Plus for free, along with the rest of the Disney Bundle. But only on certain plans.

If you sign up for the Start Unlimited or Do More Unlimited, you can get Disney Plus free for six months. However, if you sign up for the Play More Unlimited or Get More Unlimited plan, you’ll get the entire Disney Plus bundle (Disney Plus, ESPN Plus and Hulu with ads) for free. And that will last as long as you keep your plan with Verizon.

To sign up, you’ll just need to open up the Verizon app on your phone if you are on one of these plans. And there will be instructions on how to link your Disney account to Verizon.


US Mobile

If you’re on US Mobile, you can also get the Disney Plus bundle free. You just need to sign up for multiple unlimited lines on your account. At least three unlimited lines are needed for the bundle. Then you’ll be able to pick the Disney bundle from your choice of streaming services.

Delta Skymiles

If you fly on Delta Air Lines, you likely have a SkyMiles account, and you can use those miles for an extended free trial of the Disney Plus service. You can get a two-week trial period instead of the usual one week. Unfortunately, you can’t get a few months free with your SkyMiles though.

When you fly on Delta though, you can watch selected Disney Plus content on its in-flight entertainment system.


Disney Park employees

If you’re one of the lucky ones that is an employee of a Disney Park, then you can get the bundle free as well.

But there is a catch. Employees have to choose from the free Disney Plus bundle or the Disney Parks Main Entrance Pass. Which allows employees to give free passes to family members and friends to all Disney parks.