Disney+ Removes Free Trial Offer Ahead of ‘Hamilton’ Debut

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Disney+ has quietly removed the 7-day free trial offer for new customers from its website.  The move comes right before the highly-anticipated Hamilton film debuts on July 3rd on the streaming service.  This discourages people from signing up for the free trial just to watch Hamilton or any other movie which has skipped the theaters and landed on the streaming service, like Artemis Fowl.

Hamilton was originally scheduled to release in theaters in October 2021, but Disney announced in May that Lin-Manuel Miranda’s smash Broadway hit would be coming to Disney+ this summer. According to Deadline, Disney reportedly paid $75 million for worldwide rights for the 2 hour, 40 minute movie.

Looking to see what else will be released on Disney+ in July?  Take a look at our full list of everything new coming to the streaming service next month.

New customers can currently purchase a month-to-month subscription service to Disney+ for $6.99/month, or purchase the Disney Bundle package with Disney+, ESPN+ and Hulu for $12.99/month.  For more information, or to purchase your subscription, visit DisneyPlus.com.

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