Sunday, March 26, 2017
Disney Movie Club FREE MOVIE offer!
As any Disney fanatic would, I obviously considered Disneyfying my home an essential part of the purchase of my new house! One of the things I waited to do until we were official was re-sign up for the Disney Movie Club, this is Disney's version of the Columbia House CD club that we all remember from the 80s and 90s. lol.
Basically you get 4 movies for $1, and commit to buying 4 more at MSRP over the next two years. I did this full membership about a decade ago and found it worked out to be really cost effective. You have a choice to accept or decline a title each month (accepting means they charge your card and ship it out). If you choose blu-rays you are paying about $30 for 4 which = $120 at the end of commitment. However you really got 8 movies so you are looking at $15 for each blu ray (most of which are combo packs). If you choose wisely this could save you anywhere between $5-10 a movie. If you are a Hayao Miyazaki fan it would be worth it for collecting Studio Ghibli alone!
Take into account a current Disney Visa Cardmember deal (although when I purchased it allowed me to use ANY credit card during sign up) and this deal is worth it for any fan! Head to the Disney Movie Club website and voila! (The link should give you the extra promo, but if it does not simply click up top to indicate you have a promo code. Enter 42033 and suddenly the site will be transformed!) You will get 5 movies for $1 and only have to commit to buying 3! Now you are looking at $11.25 per movie if you combine your 5 initial plus the 3 from your commitment! Not even Amazon could beat that price!
But wait, there's more (LOL)!
You also get a free Olaf blanket! I was surprised by the quality, a thin fleece but still a nice addition to the throw blankets we keep in our living room! (Mine is pictured above!)
Obviously, all promos are subject to change and while there is no end date for this one, I am sure it won't be around for long. ALWAYS remember that you should read all the fine print, be sure you understand what you are getting into when you make a club commitment, and consider the overall cost for your family. There are small shipping charges and if you are not looking to build a library this may not be cost effective or helpful for you, and on the contrary may seem cumbersome and expensive. It meets a need my family has, and I am excited to share even more Disney and Studio Ghibli with them! And I look forward to fulfilling my obligation with the great upcoming releases slated over the next few months!