You can now get FREE access to Disney+ with an Xbox Game Pass subscription – here’s how

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YOU can bag yourself free access to Disney’s entire library of movies and TV shows if you’re an Xbox Game Pass subscriber.

The deal launched this week gets you a free month of streaming platform Disney+ with your Game Pass Ultimate subscription.

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You get free access to Disney+ if you’re an Xbox Game Pass subscriber

That means you can watch all your favourite Marvel, Star Wars and classic Disney flicks, as well as The Simpsons, free of charge.

You’ll also have the opportunity to catch Loki, the latest Marvel spinoff series starring Tom Hiddleston.

Xbox announced the collaboration in a blog post on Tuesday.

Ultimate members who do not currently have an active Disney+ subscription are eligible to claim the 30-day subscription trial.

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They can claim the trial through the Perks Gallery on their Xbox console, on the Xbox app for Windows PC, or through the Xbox Game Pass mobile app.

Once the Perk is claimed, members will be directed to the Disney+ site to activate their subscription.

Members can claim and activate the trial now until September 30.

It’s a pretty good deal considering that a month of Disney+ normally costs £7.99 a month.

Once your first month is up, however, Disney+ automatically renews at the then-current monthly price until you cancel.

If you don’t have Game Pass Ultimate, now is the ultimate time to sign up – as you can bag you first month for just £1.

The service normally costs £10.99 a month. You can sign up to a membership on Microsoft’s website.

  • Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for £1 – claim here

 

Game Pass Ultimate is the top tier of Xbox’s Game Pass options – available to Xbox One, Series X-gen consoles owners and PC gamers.

It includes access to over 100 games and ensures access to Xbox’s own Game Studio titles on the day of release.

Better still, there are exclusive member discounts as well as additional in-game content.

Where Ultimate stands apart from the regular Game Pass though, is its inclusion of Xbox Live Gold – worth £6.99 a month on its own.

Xbox Live Gold is required for multiplayer gaming on Xbox, but it also includes specific discounts and access to monthly free games.

Game Pass Ultimate definitely provides maximum options for gamers wanting access to new titles and additional content.

Should you not need as much content or access, the regular Game Pass is £7.99 a month. Meanwhile Xbox Live Gold, required for online multiplayer, is £6.99 a month.

All prices in this article were correct at the time of writing, but may have since changed. Always do your own research before making any purchase.

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