If you are looking to get either Disney+, Hulu or ESPN+ for free, then you’re in luck. This Prime Day, Amazon Prime customers in the US can get a bundle of all three streaming services for no extra charge if they purchase an eligible Fire Tablet or Fire TV device.

The bundle usually costs US$13.99 per month, so this is a huge saving. You also don’t have to spend a lot to get this deal – the Fire TV Stick Lite only costs $17.99 after having the prices slashed in Amazon's flash sale.

This offer is available until 11:59pm PT on 22 June 2021 and is exclusive to members of Amazon Prime. If you’ve not yet signed up, new customers can get a 30-day free trial, and after that an account costs $12.99 per month, or $119 per year.

Once you’ve purchased your product, Amazon states that you’ll be sent a promotion code to whatever email address your Amazon account is registered with. You can then enter this code on the Hulu website, register for an account and activate your plans across all three streaming platforms.

If you don’t want to pay for your streaming, just be sure to cancel your plan before the three-month window is up.

Disney+ is currently airing episodes of the newest MCU live-action show, Loki, and has other great films and shows including Star Wars, the latest Pixar film Luca and all seasons of The Simpsons.

Hulu is currently airing the latest season of The Bold Type, and also has great shows such as Castle Rock and The Handmaid’s Tale. Finally, ESPN+ is the streaming service for all your sports action, including games in Euro 2020.

Here’s what products are eligible for the deal, and how much they cost currently in the Prime Day sale. Note that stock is subject to availability: