On Wednesday, The Wall Street Journal reported that Disney is considering launching a subscription service akin to Amazon Prime.
According to unnamed sources quoted by WSJ, members will receive “discounts or unique advantages to persuade users to spend more on its streaming services, amusement parks, resorts, and products.”
According to the report, Disney is hoping that by utilizing cross-selling across its entertainment properties, it can deliver more value to its customers through personalized content while also gathering data and information on their preferences.
Members of the program would be eligible to obtain special pricing on a variety of Disney services and products. Disney’s existing supplementary offerings for Disney Plus subscribers cover a wide range of Disney-related media. One promotion that is exclusive to Disney Plus customers is a discount of 25% off Disney World hotel rooms.
According to the article, the corporation is also considering forming partnerships with outside organizations in order to expand the availability of Disney-related products and services, such as reduced tickets to Disney productions on Broadway.
Here’s Why I Can’t Stop Playing with Samsung’s New Galaxy Z Fold 4 Smartphone
The Galaxy Z Fold 4 is Samsung’s fourth smartphone iteration with the ability to unfold into a compact tablet. The price tag is $1,800. That’s a lot of sauce, no doubt. The folding 7.6-inch screen is responsible for the bulk of the Z Fold 4’s asking price.
The same foldable screen can be used for playing games at a fast refresh rate, making video calls with a clever camera hidden behind it, and writing and sketching with an S Pen. Although I was not a big admirer of the original Galaxy Fold, I am completely obsessed with the Galaxy Z Fold 4.
Do you recall the very first time you felt an intense crush on someone? Maybe you’d never heard the term “crush” before, yet you nevertheless found yourself hopelessly smitten with another person.
The Galaxy Z Fold 4 had the same effect on me. Since it’s so similar to Fold 3 from last year (which I liked, but wasn’t wild about), it’s hard to explain why I’m so pulled to it, like a young girl trying to explain her first crush.