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Free Disney Plus Trial Returns For Xbox Game Pass Subscribers

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Free Disney Plus Trial Returns For Xbox Game Pass Subscribers

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers can once again grab themselves an extended free trial for the Disney Plus streaming service, just in time for the premiere of the new Marvel series Loki.

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Disney and Xbox announced a similar collaboration at the end of 2020, surprising subscribers with a free 30 days of streaming goodness. While the perk came to a close in January, it's back once again. Even better, it can be claimed regardless of whether or not you redeemed the last 30-day trial.

Take a look at the official trailer for Loki below to whet your appetite!

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"Starting today, Ultimate members will once again be able to enjoy series, movies, and Originals, including the premiere of Marvel Studios' Loki on June 9, with a new 30-day trial to Disney+ via Perks.

"Whether you claimed the previous Disney+ Perk or not, Ultimate members who do not currently have an active Disney Plus subscription will be eligible to claim the 30-day subscription trial through the Perks Gallery on their Xbox console, on the Xbox app for Windows PC, or through the Xbox Game Pass mobile app on iOS and Android. Once the Perk is claimed, members will be directed to the Disney Plus site to activate their subscription. Members can claim and activate the trial now until September 30."

A 30-day trial should net you the first few episodes of Loki, which will air new instalments weekly from today. It also gives Marvel fans plenty of time to catch up on WandaVision and The Falcon And The Winter Soldier... although I'm not really sure what you've been doing if you haven't already checked these out. There's plenty more besides Marvel on Disney Plus, of course, including The Simpsons, The Muppets, and something called Star Wars?

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Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is already a fairly sweet little deal, it has to be said, so this sweetens the pot considerably. If you've been on the fence about giving the service a go, this could be the, achem, low key push you needed. I'll see myself out.

Featured Image Credit: Disney/Xbox

Topics: Xbox, Disney, News, Microsoft, Marvel

Ewan Moore
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