When Disney+ launched, it came with a free seven day trial for new customers, which gives new users cancel to try out the streaming service for a week.  This is similar to most streaming platform.

Disney has removed the seven-day trial option this week, which is no doubt to reduce people signing up, watching ”Hamilton” and then cancelling their subscription, without paying.  This also fits in with the recent change to how Disney now releases new series in full, rather than weekly.

This way Disney will make at least $6.99 per account that signs up and watches a new movie like ”Artemis Fowl” or ”Hamilton”, which has skipped a cinema release and are now going directly to Disney+.  It also might help if Disney starts releasing movies quicker onto Disney+.

So if you had planned on using a free trial to watch ”Hamilton”, sadly now it’s more an option.

What do you think of Disney+ removing it’s free trial?

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Roger Palmer

Roger has been a Disney fan since he was a kid and this interest has grown over the years. He has visited Disney Parks around the globe and has a vast collection of Disney movies and collectibles. He is the owner of What's On Disney Plus & DisKingdom. Email: Roger@WhatsOnDisneyPlus.com Twitter: Twitter.com/RogPalmerUK Facebook: Facebook.com/rogpalmeruk

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  1. Brian Criswell June 20, 2020

    Well, I cancelled my subscription the first night it was online because they were doing the same nonsense with breaking into end credits that Netflix also does. If I had another free trial of anything it would be to see if they've stopped doing this. Since it seems they still are and are also showing censored versions of several movies, I'll have no reason to even have the app installed now.

  2. Christian Villarreal June 21, 2020

    I'm sorry when did they make the change to full seasons at once? I can't find that article on your site.

    1. Roger Palmer June 22, 2020

      They started back in May with Prop Culture was the first one,