Stop the other shopping you’re doing because Disney+ is promoting a Cyber Monday deal.

A year subscription to the recently launched streaming service is now $59.99 instead of the normal $69.99. The Disney+ website does note that this price will only be for one year and then you will be charged the original amount the following year. They are not offering a discount on the monthly subscription ($6.99), but you still get a week free before you are charged. 

Disney+ launched Nov. 12 and received over 10 million subscribers in its first day. The site is projecting to hit their goal of 60 to 90 million users by 2024, which is two years earlier than anticipated, according to a statement given by Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives to Variety.

If you already have Disney+ and want to expand your horizon with other streaming services there are other Cyber Monday 2019 deals happening. A Hulu, Disney+ and ESPN+ bundle is available for $12.99 a month, a $17.97 a month value. The deal will give you the ad-free version of Hulu. 

Business Insider reports that new subscribers to Hulu can get the ad-supported Basic Hulu plan for $1.99 a month. But just like any good deal, there are a couple of stipulations. You have to be either a brand new subscriber or a previous subscriber whose subscription ended over a year ago. If you took advantage of Hulu’s deal last year ($0.99/month) you would not qualify for this promotion.

There are also good deals today on streaming devices if you don’t own a smart TV or you’re tired of watching on your laptop. The Amazon Fire TV Stick is $19.99 and the 4K version is only $24.99. Roku is offering its streaming stick+ for $29 and the Google Chromecast is $25 with the Ultra version costing $49.99.