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40+ Free Disney Plus Accounts

Disney Plus (Disney+) was launched on 19 November 2019.

Since then, it reached over 137 million registered users.

Disney Plus has 3 plans—monthly subscription, annual subscription, and The Disney Bundle.

The monthly subscription costs $7.99 USD per month while the annual subscription costs $79.99 USD per year.

On the other hand, The Disney Bundle, which includes Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ costs $13.99 USD per month or $19.00 per month (without ads).

For some users, the Disney+ subscription may seem a little expensive.

In this guide, you’ll learn how to get a free Disney+ account, whether they have a free trial, and get a list of free Disney Plus accounts.

How to get a free Disney Plus account

1. Survey Junkie

Survey Junkie is an online survey community where you can earn a Disney+ subscription and cash by completing research activities.

It is one of the highest-rated survey sites on Trustpilot with an average of 4.3 stars across 40,000+ reviews.

To get started, you need to sign up for free, complete your profile, and verify your email address.

After you’ve signed up, you can share your opinion via surveys in exchange for rewards.

2. SurveyLama

SurveyLama allows you to earn about $10 per survey from home.

You can carry out paid online surveys and get up to $400 per month.

When you finish a survey, you’ll get points that can be converted into rewards and cash.

You can use the cash you’ve earned to purchase a Disney+ subscription.

There are competitions, surprises, challenges, and more every month.

They have 4.1 stars on Trustpilot with over 280 real reviews.

3. YouGov

Join YouGov today to participate in captivating surveys and redeem exciting prizes.

YouGov offers a range of surveys covering diverse topics, and you can earn points for each completed survey.

Use your points to redeem cash rewards such as prepaid cards or PayPal, and use them to subscribe to Disney+.

You can also receive rewards like mobile credits and restaurant gift cards on YouGov.

Your responses on YouGov will be shared with companies and online publishers worldwide.

4. Sky Broadband or Verizon Unlimited

To get a free Disney Plus account, you can either buy a Sky Broadband plan or a Verizon Unlimited plan.

Both plans come with a free Disney Plus account/subscription.

For Sky Broadband, you can get 12 months of Disney+ for free.

On the other hand, if you stay subscribed to Verizon Unlimited, you can watch Disney+ free for 6 months.

You can also share a Disney Plus account with your friends or family.

If someone has subscribed to a plan, you can ask them to share their email and password with you.

4.1 Get a Sky Broadband plan

Get Disney Plus for free

If you’re living in New Zealand, you can get Disney+ for free by purchasing a Sky broadband plan.

The offer started on 9 June 2021 and ends on 30 September 2022.

When you purchase a Sky broadband plan within that period, you’ll be offered a free 12-month subscription to Disney Plus.

To get the code, you need to log in to your Sky account.

After you’ve got the code, you need to redeem it via the Disney+ sign-up page.

You’ll still need to provide your payment information so that the plan can be renewed after 12 months.

You can cancel the free trial before 12 months so that you won’t get automatically charged.

Unfortunately, if you’re already a current Disney Plus subscriber, you won’t be permitted for the offer.

However, you’ll be able to gift the subscription to your friends or family by giving away the code.

4.2 Get a Verizon Unlimited plan

Free Disney+ account

US Customers can purchase a Verizon Unlimited mobile phone plan and get Disney+ for free.

An eligible unlimited plan offers a free 6-month Disney Plus promotional subscription.

This includes 5G Do More, 5G Start, Get More Unimited, Do More Unlimited, Play More Unlimited, Verizon Plan Unlimited, Go Unlimited, Beyond Unlimited, and Above Unlimited.

If you have a 5G Get More of 5G Play More plan, you can get The Disney Bundle for no extra charge.

  1. Sign in to your Verizon account.
  2. Click on Add-ons > apps overview.
  3. Select Disney+ > Learn more > Get it now.
  4. Enter your email address.
  5. Click on “Check email”.
  6. Accept the terms and conditions.
  7. Click on “Enroll in Disney+”.
  8. Click on “Go to Disney”.
  9. Create your Disney+ account.

After you’ve created a Disney+ account, download the Disney+ app on your mobile device.

Log in using the email address and password that you’ve just created and start watching Disney Plus for free.

5. Share a Disney+ account

Although Disney Plus’ Terms of Use states that sharing your password is not allowed, a lot of people still do this.

If you can’t afford a Disney+ subscription, you can ask your friends or family to share their passwords with you.

It’s understandable if you’re sharing your password with one or two family members.

However, sharing your account with too many people might get you in trouble.

Disney Plus can lock your account if there are way too many sign-ins.

Keep in mind that you can only stream up to 4 devices at once.

Hence, you should not share your account with more than 4 people.

Does Disney Plus have a free trial?

Disney Plus Free Trial

No, Disney Plus does not have a free trial.

It used to have a 7-day free trial (after which, it’s $6.99 per month).

Users can cancel the free trial right before it expires so that they won’t be charged.

As of June 2020, Disney Plus announced that they are ending all free trials.

This is not surprising because the company is losing revenue by giving away free trials.

According to a spokesperson, the $7.99 per month subscription is compelling enough to attract users.

This is slightly cheaper than Netflix’s plan which costs $9.99 per month.

Currently, it’s not certain whether the Disney Plus free trial will return.

However, their biggest competitor, Netflix, offers free trials in specific countries like Vietnam.

It’s not surprising that Disney Plus will follow that strategy in the near future.

Free Disney Plus accounts

Free Disney Plus accounts are email: fopan19576@oceore.com, password: fopan19576, email: mimisis908@musezoo.com, password: mimisis908, email: hilamis499@oceore.com, password: hilamis499.

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Keep in mind that the free Disney+ accounts above are on a first-come-first-serve basis.

If the account does not work, it means that someone has changed the password for it.

In addition, some of the accounts have expired subscriptions.

If so, you need to wait until someone else pays for the subscription.

The list of accounts above will be updated consistently, so make sure to bookmark this page and check back later for more free subscriptions.


As mentioned in the guide above, there are ways to get a Disney+ account for free like sharing passwords.

However, it’s highly recommended that you pay for a Disney Plus subscription.

At $7.99 USD per month, it’s cheaper than most streaming services.

A subscription comes with Disney, Pixar, Marvel, National Geographic, and many other categories.

You can watch your favorite shows and movies on a TV, PC, mobile devices, and game consoles.

To learn more, you can visit the Disney Plus Help Center.

If you have any issues or questions, scroll down to the bottom of the help center and select one of the contact options.

Disney Plus offers 24/7 support via live chat, phone, and a feedback form.

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