The Mouse House is thinking of creating its own version of a "Disney Prime" membership.
A bag displayed during the 2019 D23 Expo, which is open to D23 Fan Club members.
In the dystopian future passages of David Mitchell's 2004 novel Cloud Atlas (not the film, mind you), characters refer to significant industries as their biggest brands.
Even though there isn't any mention of online shopping, it seems to reason that "Amazon" would be the default name for it.
According to rumours, Disney is seriously considering developing its own type of restricted membership scheme.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Disney officials have internally referred to this endeavour as "Disney Prime" as an obvious inference for what they expect this new membership service to entail. This information is based on four anonymous people close to the continuing conversations.
According to reports, Disney CEO Bob Chapek is in favour of the proposal, and if everything goes according to plan, it might be available this year.
Disney is thinking about how it may use its control over many of the most well-known franchises to entice more people to subscribe because it already owns so many of them.
Disney already offers a form of exclusive membership called the D23 Fan Club, which grants access to merchandise, events, and a three-year reduced Disney+ subscription.
Disney is not the only large corporation that has realised how much business it is losing by not copying Amazon Prime.