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Disney+ Subscribers Can Now Enter To Win An Expedition Trip To The Galapagos Islands

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Disney is now offering Disney+ subscribers the option to enter the ourHOME Earth Month Sweepstakes for a chance to win a National Geographic expedition cruise to the Galapagos Islands for two. Disney+ and National Geographic launched the sweepstakes to celebrate this year’s Earth Day, which takes place on April 22, 2024.

The sweepstakes officially opened today (April 15) and Disney+ subscribers can enter once a day through April 30, 2024. To take part, head over to the dedicated sweepstakes page and enter the email associated with the active Disney+ subscription.

Here’s what the once-in-a-lifetime expedition prize includes:

  • One 10-day Expedition aboard the National Geographic Endeavor II to the Galápagos for two (double occupancy)
  • Round-trip coach airfare and transfers upon arrival and departure
  • All meals as indicated in the itinerary
  • Daily activities and excursions as indicated by the itinerary
  • Access to naturalists, photographers, and biologists to learn about Galápagos wildlife

While the Disney+ streaming service has a global subscriber base, the ourHOME Earth Month Sweepstakes is only available to Disney+ subscribers in the United States. The promotion is also only available to those that had an active subscription before April 15, which rules out those signing up today and throughout the rest of the month.

Regardless of whether entering the sweepstakes, Disney+ subscribers can stream the entire ourHOME collection this April, including the premiere of National Geographic’s Secrets of the Octopus on April 22. Other new titles available to stream on Disney+ this Earth Day include Tiger, narrated by Priyanka Chopra Jonas, and Tiger on the Rise, narrated by Blair Underwood.

John Finn

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