Disney + Hotstar VIP subscription price has dropped to Rs. It will be paid 365 a year from the current rupees. 399 as part of the promotional offer. The discount only applies to customers who use credit cards to make purchases. This new offer is only a few days before the start of the Indian Premier League (IPL), also known as IPL 2020, which starts on Saturday, September 19th. Disney + Hotstar is the “official digital streaming partner” of the event and will All upcoming video matches.

Consumers with Visa or Mastercard credit cards are eligible for a discount that makes the Disney + Hotstar VIP annual subscription price of Rs. 365. If you don’t want to use a credit card, you can get a subscription through a debit card, UPI ID, Paytm or online banking, but the price is Rs. 399.

OnlyTech initially reported discounts on Disney + Hotstar VIP subscriptions. However, Advertisement Shout can be independently verified from the registration page on the Hotstar website.

Disney + Hotstar is also running another offer on its portal, specifically for premium annual subscriptions. According to the offer, customers who use HDFC credit cards are eligible for 5 times bonus points.

Earlier this week, Jio brought Rs. Disney + Hotstar VIP annual subscription 598 recharge plan. The plan also carries 2GB of daily high-speed data and unlimited Jio-to-Jio voice calls and 2,000 minutes of talk time, which can be used for 56 days on other networks.

Except for Rs. In the 598 plan, Jio offers Rs. 499 and rupees. Provides 777 recharge options, including a one-year subscription for Disney + Hotstar and 1.5GB of high-speed data per day for up to 84 days. Jio’s rival Airtel also offers prepaid plans for annual Disney and Hotstar VIP subscriptions.

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The Disney+ Hotstar VIP program provides access to dubbed Disney shows and movies, Multiplex and Indian movies, sports shows, Hotstar exclusive offers and TV series before the show.

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