Disney has announced it will be cutting back on the number of movies that it can offer in Disney Plus packages, which have been available for years, starting in 2019.
Disney will be making the change to allow for more movies in the Plus package, which has been around for several years, according to a statement by the company.
The company’s announcement came after it received feedback that customers were having a hard time finding movies they wanted to watch in Disney plus packages.
For example, customers were saying they wanted movies like Beauty and the Beast and Aladdin in their Disney Plus Plus packages but weren’t seeing them on the site, according a source familiar with the matter.
The Disney Plus offer comes with a $10 monthly fee, which is not a big deal if you’re on a budget, but it does make it harder to find what you’re looking for in a Plus package.
Plus packages are a nice way to bring some Disney movies to your Disney vacation without breaking the bank.
They also come with a Disney movie catalog with movies from the Disney Studios Classics and the Disney Animated Classics, which are all available in DisneyPlus packages.
The new policy is expected to save the company around $10 million per year.
For years, Disney has offered Disney Plus movies for the same price as regular Disney movies.
Plus movies are priced at $9.99 per month, which means you’ll pay about $4.50 per month for a Plus movie.
That’s not much more than what you’d pay for a regular Disney movie, but if you don’t have a Disney Plus membership, you can still rent a regular movie for $4 and watch it on a regular basis.