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Hamilton on Disney Plus: How to watch it now. Psst, there's no free trial

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When does Hamilton start?

Hamilton began streaming on Disney Plus this Independence Day weekend, appropriately enough for a musical about the American Revolution, starting July 3 at 12 a.m. PT (3 a.m. ET). The movie was originally scheduled to hit theaters in October 2021, but was moved to an online showing as a result of theater closures during the coronavirus pandemic.

Can I watch Hamilton online for free?

In order to watch Hamilton, you'll need to have a Disney Plus subscription. Disney Plus has ended its free trials for new subscribers, so if you want to watch, you'll need to choose one of the subscriptions below. Note that you can cancel at any time.

There are three basic ways to subscribe:

Month-to-month Disney Plus subscription ($6.99 per month)

Annual Disney Plus subscription ($70 per year): If you want to prepay for a year of Disney Plus, this option gets your monthly fee down to $5.83.

Disney Plus/Hulu/ESPN Plus bundle ($12.99 per month): Normally, it costs about $18 to get this triple-shot of Disney-owned online services. But ordering them as a bundle saves you $5 a month.

Once the movie becomes available on July 3, we expect it will be among the selections highlighted at the top of Disney Plus. If not, you can search for it by selecting the magnifying glass icon.

When does Hamilton start?

Hamilton began streaming on Disney Plus this Independence Day weekend, appropriately enough for a musical about the American Revolution, starting July 3 at 12 a.m. PT (3 a.m. ET). The movie was originally scheduled to hit theaters in October 2021, but was moved to an online showing as a result of theater closures during the coronavirus pandemic.

Can I watch Hamilton online for free?

In order to watch Hamilton, you'll need to have a Disney Plus subscription. Disney Plus has ended its free trials for new subscribers, so if you want to watch, you'll need to choose one of the subscriptions below. Note that you can cancel at any time.

There are three basic ways to subscribe:

Month-to-month Disney Plus subscription ($6.99 per month)

Annual Disney Plus subscription ($70 per year): If you want to prepay for a year of Disney Plus, this option gets your monthly fee down to $5.83.

Disney Plus/Hulu/ESPN Plus bundle ($12.99 per month): Normally, it costs about $18 to get this triple-shot of Disney-owned online services. But ordering them as a bundle saves you $5 a month.

Once the movie becomes available on July 3, we expect it will be among the selections highlighted at the top of Disney Plus. If not, you can search for it by selecting the magnifying glass icon.

When does Hamilton start?

Hamilton began streaming on Disney Plus this Independence Day weekend, appropriately enough for a musical about the American Revolution, starting July 3 at 12 a.m. PT (3 a.m. ET). The movie was originally scheduled to hit theaters in October 2021, but was moved to an online showing as a result of theater closures during the coronavirus pandemic.

Can I watch Hamilton online for free?

In order to watch Hamilton, you'll need to have a Disney Plus subscription. Disney Plus has ended its free trials for new subscribers, so if you want to watch, you'll need to choose one of the subscriptions below. Note that you can cancel at any time.

There are three basic ways to subscribe:

Month-to-month Disney Plus subscription ($6.99 per month)

Annual Disney Plus subscription ($70 per year): If you want to prepay for a year of Disney Plus, this option gets your monthly fee down to $5.83.

Disney Plus/Hulu/ESPN Plus bundle ($12.99 per month): Normally, it costs about $18 to get this triple-shot of Disney-owned online services. But ordering them as a bundle saves you $5 a month.

Once the movie becomes available on July 3, we expect it will be among the selections highlighted at the top of Disney Plus. If not, you can search for it by selecting the magnifying glass icon.

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