From August 2, 2021, Tesco offers Clubcard holders an exclusive deal for the streaming service Disney Plus. The subscription includes the entire back-catalogue of Disney‘s animated and live-action movies, including Hercules, Lion King, Frozen, The Incredibles, Beauty and the Beast and many more entries from National Geographic, Pixar and new channel Star.
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Over the next three months, Tesco Clubcard shoppers will be able to spend £8 worth of Clubcard points for a three-month subscription to the streaming service.
With a value of £23.97 (that’s £7.99 a month), the three-month subscription service is available to both existing Disney Plus customers, as well as newcomers to the House of Mouse.
All shoppers have to do is log on to the Tesco Clubcard website and exchange their £8 worth of vouchers for the three-month subscription.
Tesco Chief Customer Office Alessandra Bellini said: “We’ve heard from many of our Clubcard holders that they would like to be able to use their vouchers with a popular streaming service.”
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Marvel’s latest blockbuster Black Widow was also recently released, finishing the story of Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson).
During the film, a new Black Widow was introduced in the form of Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh), who is set to take over from Natasha after the events of Avengers Endgame.
What’s more, Marvel and Star Wars have continued adding to their respective universes with groundbreaking new TV shows.
Earlier this year Marvel released WandaVision, Falcon and the Winter Soldier and Loki. Later this month their new reality-bending series What If…? is due to hit the small screen.
What’s more, Star Wars fans are going to be treated to a new Obi-Wan Kenobi series in the coming months, as well as a TV series dedicated to the greatest Jedi of all time: Ahsoka Tano.
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