Disney Plus Partners With Fortnite To Offer Free Subscription


As the current Fortnite season closes in on its reported November 30 end date, Disney Plus has partnered up with Epic Games to offer two months free on their streaming platform to those who purchase an item in Fortnite.

To benefit from this exclusive limited time offer, players must make one in-game purchase using real money or buy V-bucks in Fortnite. The offer begins on November 10, 2020, at 7 PM ET and is scheduled to last through to December 21, 2020. And here's the best part, if you have recently purchased something in Fortnite using real money (including purchasing V-bucks), then you still have a chance to qualify for this offer, provided you made the purchase after November 6, 2020.

Once you've made a qualifying purchase, you need to visit the official Fortnite site to redeem your subscription. It's also important to note that only certain countries are eligible to participate in this offer, being Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UK, and United States.

Players in Germany are also eligible, but only for a one month trial of Disney Plus, unlike other countries that get two months.

Also, before you ask, making multiple purchases won't give you multiple offer codes, as the Disney Plus offer is limited to one code per eligible Fornite account. So, do not go ham on that credit card of yours, hoping to get more than one code!

Finally, this offer is open for new Disney Plus accounts only - you won't be eligible if you've previously had a subscription.

Once you've acquired your offer code make sure to redeem it before the final expiration date on January 31, 2020. More information is available here.

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