Disney+ still hasn’t launched in the UK. It’ll launch here on March 24, minus the launch party which has been scuppered due to Covid-19.
This blogger has already pre-ordered his subscription. That means I can’t take advantage of TopCashback’s £15 Disney+ deal.
If you’re not familiar with cashback deals then they’re pretty straightforward; you get money given back to you, just by buying a product or service through an intermediary site.
How does that work? Well, Disney will be paying the owners of TopCashback.com a commission on every British customer they can bring to Disney+. TopCashback is splitting that commission with you. However, that means you need to join the site and have an account there.
A rival deal
TopCashback has a rival in the UK, though. A site called Quidco. They have a different deal, and with it, you can get Disney+ for £49.99 a year, instead of £59.99, and you’ll get a cashback of £23.62.
You can get to Quidco’s Disney+ cashback deal here.
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