How to Get 3 Free Months of Disney Plus This Black Friday

Disney+ has been the big streaming launch of the year, with the $6.99 service already costing $6 less than Netflix a month. However, there are still ways to get it cheaper, from paying yearly (which costs $69.99, working out at about $5.80 a month) to a bundle with Hulu and ESPN to a Black Friday trick that allows users to save on Disney+ subscriptions using iTunes gift cards.

This, however, is not the only Black Friday deal that gives potential subscribers money off of Disney+. Google is currently offering a promotion to people in the U.S. who buy new Chromebooks between Thanksgiving and the end of January 2020, which gives buyers of their laptops and tablets three free months of the streaming service, at a value of $20.97.

Obviously, this only works out as a deal if you were already in the market for a new laptop. The cheapest product to which the deal applies to is the Acer Chromebook 11, currently retailing from Google at $199.

Check out Newsweek's coverage of all Black Friday deals here.

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New Chromebook buyers get 3 free months of Disney+ Google

According to Google's terms and conditions, all customers have to do to activate the offer is:

1. Activate your new Chromebook and select the offer from the Google Chromebooks Offers Site at to receive a promo code,

2. Download the Disney+ app from the Google Play Store on your Chromebook,

3. Create a Disney+ account in the app and accept the Disney+ Subscriber Agreement, and

4. Select your desired payment method for the auto-renewing subscription, click "Redeem Code," and enter your promo code.

To take advantage of this offer, users have to be new subscribers to Disney+ and activate their Chromebook between November 25 and January 31, 2020. Once signed up to the offer, users get access to all of Disney+'s content, featuring the majority of the catalogs of Disney, Pixar, Star Wars, Marvel and National Geographic, as well as a number of exciting upcoming TV series and movies.

Most recently, Disney+ added the Oscar-winning Coco to the service, with movies like Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Toy Story 4 coming soon to the streamer.

The practice of offering streaming services free with pieces of technology is becoming a common practice as the so-called 'streaming wars' commence and streaming services fight for potential subscribers. For example, Apple TV+ is free for a year for customers who buy new iPhones, iPads, iPod Touches, Apple TVs, or Macs.