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Disney Plus Premium for 7.99 / month ?

GingerPrince
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Hi 

 

Looking on Disney+ Discount Codes April 2024 - MoneySavingExpert it suggests you can get disney+ premium for £7.99 / month then get an additional £2 off your airtime bill. 

 

I go on my extras page but it says it's £10.99 not £7.99 ? Have the prices just gone up or something ? 

 

cheers

Matt

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@GingerPrince 

 

Yes Disney put up there prices, a month or so ago, and also with different tiers, and some with ads and some without. 

 

So you need to select the Standard plan at £7.99 and then you will get the £2 off per month

 

This thread has all the information on it https://community.o2.co.uk/t5/Welcome-News/Disney-Extra-UPDATE/td-p/1708570

 

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And never trust what MSE says they get it wrong a few times..

 

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@GingerPrince 

 

Yes Disney put up there prices, a month or so ago, and also with different tiers, and some with ads and some without. 

 

So you need to select the Standard plan at £7.99 and then you will get the £2 off per month

 

This thread has all the information on it https://community.o2.co.uk/t5/Welcome-News/Disney-Extra-UPDATE/td-p/1708570

 

madasaf1sh_0-1712946062316.png

 

And never trust what MSE says they get it wrong a few times..

 

- Xperia 1V - o2 and Spusu
- Pixel 8 Pro - o2 and Vodafone UK
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@GingerPrince 

See here https://community.o2.co.uk/t5/Welcome-News/Disney-Extra-UPDATE/m-p/1708570#M41608

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Thanks both. So in summary its £11 a month with £2 off airtime so effectively £9 a month 

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@GingerPrince 

You get £2 off either the standard or premium package, so you'll pay £8.99 for premium after the discount.

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@madasaf1sh wrote:

@GingerPrince 

 

Yes Disney put up there prices, a month or so ago, and also with different tiers, and some with ads and some without. 

 

So you need to select the Standard plan at £7.99 and then you will get the £2 off per month

 

This thread has all the information on it https://community.o2.co.uk/t5/Welcome-News/Disney-Extra-UPDATE/td-p/1708570

 

madasaf1sh_0-1712946062316.png

 

And never trust what MSE says they get it wrong a few times..

 


That page still says £7.99 for the £10.99 package by the way. Under 'When will the £2 airtime discount be added to my account?' 

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It's an error @GingerPrince 

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