02 December 2019 20:37
Yahoo Lifestyle is committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. We may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page. Pricing and availability is subject to change. View photos THE MUPPET CHRISTMAS CAROL, Robin the Frog (front, center), Kermit (back, second from right), Miss Piggy (right), 1992. Â©Walt Disney Co./Courtesy Everett Collection More First, let's set the record straight: We love that famous holiday poem, "A Visit from St. Nicholas" as much as the next internet services provider, but, um, that part about there being "not a creature stirring, not even a mouse" on Christmas Eve, well, them's fighting words, cuz Mickey and Co. are most definitely in the house this holiday season thanks to Disney's recently unwrapped streaming service, Disney+.
Want to snag $10 off your first year of Disney+? Today only, you can get an annual subscription for $60 (originally $70). Now, on to the Christmas movies! Amid the thousands of movies, TV series, and specials spanning Disney's nearly 100-year history is a treasure trove of holiday classics—nostalgic and new, live-action and animated, fiction and non-; hallowed, heartwarming, and hilarious; for the old, young, and everyone in-between. And therein lies the secret of a family gathering that will truly live up to that term—good times, loved ones, fond memories, and timeless tales told beautifully, all under the twinkling of the Christmas tree.
View photos MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET, Edmund Gwenn, Natalie Wood, 1947, TM & Copyright (c) 20th Century Fox Film Corp. All rights reserved. If not the first, certainly the greatest film to ever star a department store, this Macy's-set classic features an embarrassment of riches: the unforgettable Maureen O'Hara, a nine-year-old Natalie Wood in her first major role, and Edmund Gwenn, who embodied a version of Santa that became the definitive take for generations upon generations (and won a Best Actor Oscar in the process). View photos DECORATING DISNEY: HOLIDAY MAGIC, Whoopi Goldberg (right), (airs Dec. 18, 2017). photo: Todd Anderson / Â©Freeform / Courtesy: Everett Collection More Some festive factoids: Disney World is adorned with1,300 Christmas trees during holiday season. The Magic Kingdom features a Mickey made of 30,000 poinsettias. 20,000 pounds of fake snow are dumped on Sleeping Beauty's castle, while Disneyland's Christmas tree is 60 feet tall, featuring 2,000 ornaments, 812 bows and 1.4 miles of ribbon. Intrigued? Then check out this special wherein Whoopi Goldberg reveals the manpower and materials behind said magic. Disney+ subscriptions are $10 off on Cyber Monday The new streaming service is normally $69.99 per year A yearly subscription to Disney+ is $59.99 on Cyber Monday. Photo: Disney Photo: Disney Image 1 of / 17 Caption Close Disney+ subscriptions are $10 off on Cyber Monday 1 / 17 Back to Gallery Many pixels have been spilled on the Internet about Disney+, the new streaming service from Disney. SFGATE is no exception; its (nerd) Editorial Director Grant Marek has recapped every episode of "The Mandalorian," for example. With the full Marvel Comics Universe, Star Wars and Disney libraries, Disney+ has unsurprisingly garnered much attention and praise in just under a month since its release. If you've not yet jumped on the Disney train to entertainment town and feel like you're missing out, then Cyber Monday is a good day for you: Disney+ is discounted $10 for your first year. Normally, Disney+ costs $6.99 a month, or $69.99 per year. With this deal, you'll get the streaming service for $59.99 for the first year, then $69.99 after that. While $10 off isn't a ton, it's still $10. And you get to keep it while also entertaining your entire family for the next 12 months. Some people would gladly pay $10 for that. And if you're interested, you can read all of (nerd) Grant's recaps here: Episode 4 Check out the rest of The Buy Area's Deals Week coverage Here are all the best Cyber Monday deals Club Monaco is selling cashmere sweaters for $54 on Cyber Monday Best Buy released its Cyber Monday deals early iPads are even cheaper now than they were on Black Friday All those fancy internet bedding companies are having big sales The best iPhone deal right now doesn't require you to trade in your old phone You can get a Chromebook for $89 on Black Friday These are 2019's best Black Friday deals KitchenAid stand mixers are $200 off right now on Amazon AirPods are selling for for $129 on Black Friday Black Friday and Cyber Monday travel deals are really a thing ClassPass is offering 3 free weeks for Black Friday SFGATE participates in various affiliate marketing programs, which means we may get paid commissions on editorially chosen products purchased through our links to retailer sites. Ryan Craggs is the Director of Content Marketing for Hearst Newspapers. Email him at [email protected] Essential info (Image credit: Disney) Disney Plus: everything you need to know Find out what's on the service and why you should care right here. The best Cyber Monday TV deals usually throw 4K screens and hardware at us for less, but this time a cheap Disney Plus Cyber Monday deal is taking the Mickey-shaped cake. For today only (Monday December 2, 2019), you can save $10 on your first year of Disney Plus. That means an annual subscription is just $59.99 instead of $70. The streaming service was already solid value for money because you'd save around $14 in the long run, so this offer is even more appealing than it seems at first glance - you're getting $24 off compared to a month-by-month subscription, basically. Just remember: it'll end after 11:59PM ET tonight. As you may be able to tell from the Baby Yoda memes taking the internet by storm right now, Disney Plus is good enough that it's worth pouncing on any discount you can get your hands on. And it's not like there isn't plenty to keep you entertained, anyway; the service is doing very well for itself with a library of over 600 movies, documentaries, and TV shows, including live-action Star Wars series The Mandalorian. As such, this cheap Disney Plus Cyber Monday deal isn't one to miss. In fact, you may not get another crack at a cheaper Disney Plus sign-up for a while. The main thing to bear in mind would be the fact that this offer is only available in the USA and Puerto Rico. In addition, you won't get a Disney Plus free trial with it. But hey - on the flipside, $10 off is a good incentive in and of itself. Cheap Disney Plus Cyber Monday deal It's not the only cheap Disney Plus deal out there, of course. The streaming service also has an offer on Disney Plus, Hulu, and ESPN+ for just $12.99 per month. That's the same cost as a single month of Netflix, and you're getting triple the amount of content for you cash. Similarly, Verizon are giving away a free year of Disney Plus with certain data plans - not to mention some very tempting free gifts. If those discounts are more your speed, you can check them out below. More Disney Plus deals Verizon with a free year of Disney Plus Want to upgrade your data plan? Get a free year of Disney Plus to go with it thanks to Verizon.View Deal