Taylor Swift's Wembley dates may be sold out but fans can watch The Eras Tour for £1.99 – The Mirror

The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) concert movie will premiere exclusively on Disney+ on March 15, and for a limited time, Swifties can join the streaming service for just £1.99 a month
Missed out on Taylor Swift tickets? Don't worry, because Disney+ has got you covered with an eye-catching new deal.
For a limited time, Swifties can join Disney+ for just £1.99 a month, allowing them to stream Taylor Swift's concert film The Eras Tour (Taylor's Version) when it drops on March 15. In just a few short months, the multi-Grammy-winning songstress will bring her record-breaking tour to the UK, with stops in Edinburgh, Cardiff, Liverpool and London.
The dates sold out within minutes when they went on sale last year, but thanks to the Disney+ £1.99 deal, unlucky fans who couldn't snag tickets can now sign up to the Disney+ Standard with Ads plan and secure the £1.99 monthly price for three months, giving them access to The Eras Tour from the comfort of their homes. Act fast though, as the offer ends just days before the film's premiere on March 14.
Swift's "cinematic experience" concert film, directed by Grammy nominee Sam Wrench, hit cinemas in October and raked in over $260 million worldwide, making it the highest-grossing concert film ever. The extended version – which clocks in at more than three hours – will include tracks not seen in the theatrical or digital releases, such as 'cardigan' and four surprise acoustic performances.
The Disney+ £1.99 deal is up for grabs for new and returning customers, giving access to the concert film and the latest films and shows in full HD 1080p. After three months, the price goes back to its usual monthly price – currently £4.99 a month – but at this point you can cancel anytime.
Disney+ is the streaming home of Star Wars, Marvel and National Geographic and is the only place you can watch the epic new samurai series Shōgun. You can also enjoy popular shows like Welcome to Wrexham and The Bear – both of which return for a third season later this year – and films like the Oscar-nominated Poor Things, which is coming soon.
Disney+ is also gearing up for the second season of Extraordinary and the brand new original Renegade Nell, an exciting action-adventure from Happy Valley creator Sally Wainwright. If you're worried about ads interrupting your viewing, Disney+ members will see just four minutes of ads or less for every hour of TV, while an ad will only play before a film starts and not during.
If you fancy streaming without any adverts, Disney+ also offers the ad-free Standard and Premium plans for £7. 99 and £10.99 a month respectively. With a monthly Disney+ subscription, there are no hidden charges and you can cancel anytime, while if you opt for an annual subscription, you get the equivalent of two months free.
New and returning customers can subscribe to Disney+ Standard with Ads for its Epic Movies, Epic Offer at £1.99/month for three months from February 29 to March 14 2024.
Alternatively, Sky is offering a one-month free trial of its Sky TV, Sky Stream, Netflix and Discovery+ bundle, while also slashing its Sky Glass and Netflix package to £14 a month for three months.



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