Disney+ Hotstar Subscription plan available at a Rs 500 Discount; Here’s How to Grab The Deal 


  • Disney+ Hotstar is offering up to Rs 500 on its Super plan 
  • The offer applies to Jio users 
  • All the other customers will get Rs 100 off 


The much-awaited T20 World Cup 2022 is going on. The Disney+ Hotstar is the go-to choice for the cricket fraternity to watch live matches. We all know that to watch matches, users must have a premium subscription to the app. So if your Disney+ Hotstar subscription has expired, we have good news for you. The app is offering up to Rs 500 off on its Super plan. 

The Disney+ Hotstar is originally priced at Rs 899, but with the ongoing offer, it can be purchased for as low as Rs 399. This is a perfect time to buy a Hotstar subscription. Here’s everything you need to know about the offer. 

Disney+ Hotstar offer on Super plan 

As part of the ongoing offer, you can get a flat discount of Rs 100 while subscribing to the Super Plan. It offers access to Live Sports, TV series, Movies, and more on two devices at FHD 1080p resolution. However, the catch is that only Jio users can get up to Rs 500 discount based on their remaining validity.  

Jio customers will receive a discount on the Super Plan if they purchase a Disney+ Hotstar subscription with their recharge plan. The discount will depend on how long the plan’s validity remains. 

How to get a discount on the Disney+ Hotstar Super plan? 

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  1. Firstly, open the Disney+ Hotstar sign-up page from here (PC/Mobile)
  2. Enter your mobile number and the OTP that you will get
  3. Follow the instructions shown on the screen 
  4. Now select the ‘Super plan’, and the app will automatically apply the discount 
  5. Choose a payment method and finish the process 

Note: If you are not a Jio user, you can get Rs 100 off by applying the ‘HSSUPER100OFF’ code. Besides, remember that this code does not apply to the premium plan. 

Also Read: ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 live streaming free online: How to watch matches live on mobile and TV