Watch ‘Frozen 2’ Now on Disney Plus Three Months Early

Stream Frozen 2

These are trying times for the world with quarantines and self distancing. There are also opportunities to deliver comfort, and Disney has done just that by delivering Frozen 2 on the Disney+ streaming platform a full three months earlier than originally planned.

And just in time too with kids across the country stuck at home while schools close down to contain the spread of Covid-19.

The Frozen 2 news first broke late Friday via a press announcement from Disney. In short, Frozen 2 would be coming to Disney Plus in less than 48 hours and just shortly after it was released on home video. Less than 24 hours later it was already available to stream.

If you aren’t aware of Disney+ or don’t have the funds to spend on another streaming platform right now, find out how to watch Frozen 2 online for free via a neat trial offer.

Disney+ Free Trial

For an unknown period of time, Disney is offering a 7-day free trial of Disney+ that will allow you to jump in and watch Frozen 2 for as many times as you can cram into a week. Of course there’s plenty of other Disney, Marvel, Pixar and Star Wars offerings to enjoy as well.

Once the trial is complete you can decide whether to pay $6.99 a month to continue with Disney+ or cancel and pay nothing. Given the inexpensive price and great content and other Disney Originals to come, most folks will opt to signup.

Disney is also offering an option for $69.99 a year that drops the price down to $5.84 a month, over a dollar a month less than going month-to-month.

Disney+ Hulu ESPN+ Bundle Free Trial

There is also a $12.99 a month bundle option that includes Disney+, ESPN+ and the ad-supported version of Hulu. This deal is fantastic and many folks have already jumped in with both feet and endless hours of streaming options.

If you already have a Hulu account then you will receive a bill credit for each month that you’re subscribed to the bundle deal.

Look for the Disney+ app to show up on a variety of devices including Xbox and PlayStation gaming consoles; LG, Samsung and Sony TVs, and Amazon Fire boxes and Fire Sticks.

You’ll need to install the latest update to have the Disney+ app appear after registering your free trial and account.

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