Disney Movie Club February 2018 Review + Coupon!

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Disney Movie Club delivers the latest (and most-loved classic) Disney Movies for you to build your ultimate Disney Movie library. When you sign up for the trial offer (see below for full details) you can get 4 movies for $1 shipped. Not just Disney you can also get Pixar and Marvel Studios!

As a member of the club, you’ll be eligible for special promos and discounts for genuine Disney movies and merchandise, plus other exclusive perks.

The way this subscription works is that you’ll get a featured movie title offer that you can accept or decline. If you forget to decline, it will be sent automatically. Just like pick or skip in other subscriptions.

DEAL: Get 4 movies for only $1! Deal applies automatically, just VISIT AND SUBSCRIBE. Terms & conditions apply. In order to fulfill your Club purchase commitment you’ll need to buy 5 movies at full price.

Everything in my February 2018 selection!

Free Collectible Limited Edition Lithograph. This month’s lithograph features the animated musical fantasy film Coco.

The Disney Lithograph collection is commissioned exclusively for the Disney Movie Club. They’re available for a limited time only.

It’s Dante, the loyal pet dog of Miguel who is the protagonist in Coco.

Disney Pixar Coco ($26.95) We can’t miss the best animated feature of 2017 in our Disney collection!

Despite his family’s generations-old ban on music, young Miguel dreams of becoming an accomplished musician like his idol Ernesto de la Cruz. Desperate to prove his talent, Miguel finds himself in the stunning and colorful Land of the Dead. After meeting a charming trickster named Héctor, the two new friends embark on an extraordinary journey to unlock the real story behind Miguel’s family history.

Coco is a marvelous tale of family, fun, and adventure. It also gives wonderful meaning to finding who you really are and pursuing your dreams.

This selection also comes with bonus features. We like to keep the DVD in the minivan and the Blu-Ray at home.

Some special offers were included in the mailing.

This was in our previous mailer advertising this featured title – we got a bonus art activity.

Coco costs $24.95 and includes a shipping fee of $3.95, making a total of $28.90.

This selection also comes with a digital copy to redeem on Movies Anywhere. You can redeem it through your account and then have it available for streaming through Amazon and iTunes.

Important – Press Disney movie rewards after redeeming in order to get your Disney movie rewards bonus points!

And this is the back of the most recent envelope and some special offers for this upcoming month: 40% off plus free shipping on additional titles when you buy 1 at a regular price. They’re also giving away a free Coco keychain for 3 or more title purchases on Disney Movie Club.

Although this movie retails at $24.99, we received it on 2/26, before the physical release date. This was useful because we received it in advance of a road trip, but that may not make a difference to others. This is our first selection where we haven’t come out ahead but we were still happy with our purchase. And surely, Coco has a lot to give, and a really colorful movie that the family will surely enjoy!

We paid $28.90 for this selection, including shipping.

Our total so far (we’re keeping track until we fulfill our membership commitment):

  • Introductory offer + add-ons (use the add-ons to maximize how much you get for what you pay):  6 discs, $25.90
  • December 2017 shipment: 3 movies, $33.90
  • February 2018 shipment: 1 movie, $28.90

Breakdown: $8.87 per movie so far!

What do you think about this month’s movie picks? Let us know your comments!

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  • Jenny

    I ordered Coco this month too but I just did it so it’s no here yet. It is also my last full price movie for my commitment so now I’ll need to figure out what comes next.