What you need to know
- Amazon is offering a free six-month trial of Disney+ to Music Unlimited customers.
- The deal excludes current Disney+ subscribers.
- Aside from that, current Music Unlimited subscribers can get only 3 months.
As with promotions like these, there are conditions attached. If you're outside the U.S. and Canada, you won't be able to take advantage of it, likewise if you're a current subscriber to Disney+. If you're a new user of Amazon Music Unlimited, you get the full free 6 months. If you're a current subscriber or lapsed one, Amazon will offer you 3 months.
Writing in a blog post, the Amazon explained:
Amazon Music Unlimited remains one of the best streaming services out there. With the company offering everything from high-quality music to podcasts, it competes favorably with rivals from Spotify and Apple Music. It costs $8 per month to subscribe and has access to more than 75 million ad-free songs.
Disney+, for its part, is Disney+. It has everything Disney's made, including movies and shows, from the classic Disney catalog to Star Wars and the MCU.
The new promotion is similar to a deal that Verizon offers for its subscribers, who can take advantage of a year of free Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ when signing up for some of the best Verizon plans.
If you're interested, you can check your eligibility over at Amazon's site here (opens in new tab).
All the music
With Amazon Music Unlimited, subscribers get access to one of the largest streaming catalogs with no ads and in high quality. And now, new subscribers can get up to six months of Disney+ included with their subscription.
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