Amazon Music Unlimited are offering 6 months of Disney+ for new subscribers and 3 months for existing subscribers

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Amazon have partnered with Disney+ to offer six months of the video streaming service for new subscribers of their music streaming service.

In the US and Canada, new subscribers to Amazon Music Unlimited will get 6 months of Disney+ included at no additional cost. Current and former Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers can claim 3 months of the video streaming service at no addition cost. This collaboration is an interesting one when you consider Amazon’s own video streaming service and competitor to Disney+, Prime Video. The Disney+ subscription remains active for the duration of the offer or until you cancel your Amazon Music Unlimited subscription. The bundle is not available to those already subscribed to Disney+. Click here to redeem the promo. No word on how long the offer is available.

Amazon Music Unlimited subscriptions are $9.99 per month or $7.99 per month for Prime Members. The music streaming service gives subscribers unlimited acess to over 75 million songs, ad-free with unlimited skips. You’ll also get offline listening, thousands of stations and playlists, podcasts, and Amazon Music HD at no additional cost.

Disney+ is usually $7.99 per month or $79.99 per year. With it you’ll get exclusive originals, feature-length films, documentaries, live-action and animated series, and short-form content from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic and more. GroupWatch lets you host virtual movie nights with friends, while downloads let you watch offline. Disney+ is available on the mobile app, TV app and web.


In March, Disney exceeded subscription estimates, hitting 100 million subscribers in just 16 months.

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