The weekend is just about here, with just a couple of hours left in the work day. So why don’t you get ready to sit back and relax with Loki or catch up on The Mandalorian? Starting today, you can get six months of Disney+ for free when signing up for an Amazon Music Unlimited subscription.
Amazon Music Unlimited provides access to more than 75 million songs, while also including thousands of radio stations and curated playlists. Plus, the Amazon Music app has even been updated so that you can subscribe and listen to your favorite podcasts. It’s just one of the ways that Amazon is trying to catch up to Spotify, as both platforms aim to be your one-stop-shop for streaming on the go.
Amazon’s music streaming service is priced at $7.99 per month for Prime subscribers, or $9.99 per month for non-Prime subscribers. And after that six month Disney+ trial is up, you’ll be looking at $7.99 per month added to whatever card is being used for the Music Unlimited subscription.
There is just one little catch with this new offer. If you already have (or had) an Amazon Music Unlimited subscription, the Disney+ free trial gets knocked down to three months. So the six months for free is only available for new Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers.
Nevertheless, getting a few months of Disney+ for free, while being able to check out Amazon’s Music Unlimited streaming service is a pretty awesome deal.