3 Years of Disney+ Streaming Service for $140.97 (33% Off)

D23 offers its members 33% off 3-Year Subscription to the upcoming Disney+ Streaming Service for $140.97 (regularly 6.99/month, $69.99/year) when you prepay for a limited time. D23 is the Official Disney Fan Club and it’s Free to join. If you are signing up as a new member, it may take up to 36 hours for this offer yo show up in your account. This offer ends September 2, 2019, or while promotion last.

Disney+ is the much-anticipated streaming service that will be available this fall. It will offer unlimited access to content from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, and more. It will be ad-free and will support Roku, Apple TV, Android TV, Xbox, PS4, iOS, & Android at launch. It will stream at up to 4K UHD, support for Dolby Vision, HDR10, & Dolby Atmos. It will allow for up to 4 simultaneous streams and up to 10 devices logged-in at once.

Friends: The Complete Series in Digital HD for $59.99

Google has the Friends: The Complete Series in digital HD on the Google Play store for $59.99 (regularly $139.99) for a limited time. Friends is also available for streaming on Netflix until the end of 2019.

This iconic sitcom debuted in the mid-’90s and earned more than 60 Emmy nominations on its way to becoming a cultural cornerstone — with coworkers everywhere recapping episodes around watercoolers and real-life friends comparing their relationships to those portrayed by the quirky yet relatable characters. The success of the New York-based series attracted cameos by superstars ranging from Julia Roberts to Ralph Lauren. It includes all 236 original broadcast episodes.

Friends: The Complete Series in Digital HD for $59.99

Apple has the Friends: The Complete Series in digital HD on iTunes for $59.99 (regularly $139.99) for a limited time. Friends is also available for streaming on Netflix until the end of 2019.

This iconic sitcom debuted in the mid-’90s and earned more than 60 Emmy nominations on its way to becoming a cultural cornerstore — with coworkers everywhere recapping episodes around watercoolers and real-life friends comparing their relationships to those portrayed by the quirky yet relatable characters. The success of the New York-based series attracted cameos by superstars ranging from Julia Roberts to Ralph Lauren. It includes all 236 original broadcast episodes.