Internet, Networking, & Security Around the Web 3 Best Ways to Get Free Disney Movies See your favorite Disney films for free by Stacy Fisher Stacy is a freelancer with over 18 years experience writing about technology and personal finance. She has published hundreds of articles and co-authored a book. our editorial process Stacy Fisher Updated on May 27, 2019 Around the Web Browsers Cloud Services Error Messages Family Tech Home Networking 5G Antivirus VPN Web Development Around the Web View More Tweet Share Email If you're looking for free Disney movies, you'll be amazed that there actually are more than a handful of ways to get them for free. You can watch, download, rent, and even receive free Disney movies, no matter if you're looking for them online, on DVD or Blu-ray, or just trying to find out how you can view them. You don't have to limit yourself to free Disney movies. You also can also get free Pixar, Dreamworks, and other children's and family films for free from many of the same sources. 01 of 03 Use Disney Rewards Codes Disney Disney Movie Rewards is a program you can use to get free codes found online and codes in any Disney movie you previously have purchased to get points. These points can be exchanged for rewards that include free Disney movies, gift cards, and toys. 02 of 03 Rent a Disney Movie for Free at Redbox Moment Editorial/Getty Images / Getty Images You can find all the new Disney movies for rent at Redbox, and there usually are tons of codes floating around that will get you a free Disney movie rental. Browse the Disney movies at your local kiosk or visit their Family section to see which movies are available to rent. 03 of 03 Check Out a Free Disney Movie From the Library Stephen Simpson / Getty Images Most libraries have a kids' video section and you usually can find almost every Disney movie there. Check your local library and see what Disney movies they have available that you can rent for free. It may even be possible to get on a waiting list for the newer and more popular Disney movies. Most libraries also offer ways for members to place holds on items, including movies, or to get on waiting lists through their websites. You typically can be alerted via email when an item becomes available.