Egyptians Can Now Pre-Register For Disney+ Annual Subscription
Prospective members in Egypt and 15 other countries throughout the region - including Algeria, Bahrain, Jordan, Lebanon and Tunisia - can get a 12-month subscription for the price of eight months.
Disney+, Disney’s online streaming platform that’s coming to the Middle East and North Africa, is offering discounted annual subscriptions to fans in the region who register before the service arrives here on June 8th.
Prospective members in Egypt and 15 other countries throughout the region - including Algeria, Bahrain, Jordan, Lebanon, Tunisia, and the United Arab Emirates - can get a 12-month subscription for the price of eight months with the pre-registration offer.
The annual starting offer for Egyptians will be EGP 390 (USD 21). Other countries in the region have prices ranging from USD 21 to USD 65, with Egyptians receiving some of the best deals worldwide. The offer is valid from April 26th until June 7th, one week before the official launch date, and must be redeemed before June 19th.
Disney+ will feature exclusive content from National Geographic, Pixar, and Marvel Studios, including Egyptian director Mohamed Diab's ongoing ‘Moon Knight’ series. Egyptians will be able to watch their favourite series in English, with Arabic dubbing and subtitles available. On top of that, Arabic dubs will be available in both Standard and Egyptian Arabic, including the Egyptian Arabic dub of ‘Encanto’.