The Falcon and the Winter Soldier doesn't have a specific release date yet, but the series is expected to land in late 2020, at which point you can decide whether or not you want to pay $69.99 for another year of Disney+ (unless a deal for existing subscribers happens to pop up around then).
If one look at Baby Yoda wasn't enough to get you to join the masses and add Disney+ to your streaming lineup, the company has made a decision to sweeten the pot a bit on Cyber Monday. Disney+ Cyber Monday deal is available to all new subscribers. So at $59.99/year effectively, it's a great deal for new subscribers and for those that are paying monthly. After the first year, you will be charged the regular price of $69.99/year for subsequent years.
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Separately from the Black Friday/Cyber Monday promotional deals, Disney has a standing offer of a three-way bundle of Disney Plus, Hulu (with ads) and ESPN Plus for $12.99 per month. But that'll give you 365 days to get the most out of your Disney+ savings - which should be more than enough time to get through all the Marvel epics and Disney classics your heart desires.
People who sign up today can get Hulu for $1.99 per month for 12 months.
If you want to save on Disney+ and Hulu with limited ads for the year, act fast. You'll also be able to watch recently aired episodes of new shows like Bob's Burgers and This Is Us as well as past seasons of 30 Rock, Cheers, The Golden Girls, 24, and CSI: Miami.