Disney+ Can Now Pre-Ordered in the U.S., But You Can't Watch It Until November

Disney recently took the streaming world by storm with the announcement of its streaming service known as Disney+ that brings together some of the biggest production houses in the industry. This includes names like Marvel Studios, Star Wars, National Geographic, Pixar, and more.

The service can now be pre-ordered, which seems slightly odd because you still can’t watch it until November 12. But if you’re looking to secure bragging rights among your peers to have been the first in line for a Disney+ subscription, this is the best way to do so.


The pre-orders are only live in the U.S. for now, and there’s no word if Disney will open this up for other regions as well. It is important to note that despite offering pre-orders, the subscription will cost the same, and there are no additional perks or benefits for doing this.

Disney+ is priced at $6.99 per month or $69.99 per year, with the latter option making more sense for customers looking to save money. Apple, on the other hand, is expected to launch its rival service Apple TV+ on November 1, thus giving itself an advantage. Apple is interestingly charging only $5 per month for subscriptions, while rivals like Netflix charge customers as much as $9 for the lowest tier subscription. Apple has already teased the arrival of original content on the platform, including the brand-new TV series “The Morning Show” starring Jennifer Aniston, Steve Carell, and Reese Witherspoon.

Will you wait for Disney+ or do you choose Apple TV+ as your preferred streaming service for the Holidays?

Source: Disney Plus