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Give your kids the gift of Disney+ this Valentine’s Day

For children, holidays are more than a celebration — they’re magical. Even Valentine’s Day can be filled with endless smiles and laugher with its joyful, brightly colored festivities, but the magic doesn’t have to end there! Valentine’s Day gifts for kids can be tricky to pinpoint, but thanks to Disney+’s diverse entertainment plans, happily ever after is just the beginning. Kids will love having the entire Disney universe at their fingertips, and you’ll love knowing they’re getting only the best in TV and movie choices. Disney gifts keep on giving!

Perks of Disney+

If you thought Disney+ was all princesses and animation, think again! This impressive lineup has more than 7,500 TV shows and 500 movies, including those of Disney affiliates. In addition to the classics you know and love, you’ll find titles from Marvel, National Geographic, Pixar, and Star Wars (via Disney+). There really is something for children of every age — and even children at heart.

Starting at just $6.99 per month, this Valentine’s Day gift won’t break the bank. You can change your plan at any time if you need to, and you can watch from nearly anywhere. Disney+ is available on 18 different streaming-compatible devices, including tablets, phones, gaming consoles, and smart TV models. Now your kids can keep up with their favorite movies and shows wherever you go! You can even download your go-to titles to your phone or tablet for viewing in places without WiFi. Say goodbye to boring car rides!

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The Disney Bundle — for the whole family

Choosing the Disney+ Bundle plan will reward you and your family with endless entertainment options. As if having the entire Disney collection on your device isn’t magical enough, The Disney Bundle allows you to add even more to your plan. At $12.99 per month, you can add ESPN+ and Hulu to your Disney+ plan, which saves you money versus subscribing to all three separately. With access to all platforms, everyone in the family can find something they love.

Budding athletes will go crazy for the live sports and archived specials on ESPN+, which you won’t find on other mainstream streaming platforms. This app covers MLB, international soccer, and even collegiate athletics. To discover what else ESPN+ has to offer sports fanatics, check out its video page for full listings, including live-event coverage.

Hulu, on the other hand, has a little bit of everything. From kids shows to R-rated movies, this streaming service has got it all. No one is in the mood for the same shows 24/7, right?

Spending time together as parent and child is an awesome way to show your love and appreciation for one another any day of the year, especially if you can find something to do (or watch!) that you both enjoy. Whether your idea of a perfect Valentine’s Day includes a romantic movie — Disney can help keep your kiddos occupied — or some family time watching your favorite animated classic, the diverse options from Disney+ lets you decide what’s best for you. Whichever plan you choose, you have hours of magical memories with your family ahead of you, which in itself is a Valentine’s Day gift unlike no other.

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Gabrielle LaFrank
Gabrielle LaFrank has written for sites such as Psych2Go, Elite Daily, and, currently, PawTracks. When she's not writing, you…
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