Although Amazon served up some of the hottest streaming deals over Prime Day, including 4 months of Amazon Music for free for Prime members, it's now dialed up the temperature further. Customers can now get six months of Disney+ for free with Music Unlimited subscriptions – a bundle deal that's available with or without a Prime subscription.
Music Unlimited, Amazon's Spotify equivalent, costs $9.99 per month, though Prime members have the benefit of a reduced monthly rate of $7.99. Sign up for the free 30-day Prime trial, which also gives you access to Prime Video.
The offer saves customers $47.94 from a separate Disney+ subscription, which costs $7.99 per month for unlimited access to Disney classics as wel as Marvel, Lucasfilm, Pixar and National Geographic content.
If you already have Music Unlimited or are a returning customer, you can get 3 months of Disney for free instead, a $23.97 saving.
It's worth noting that the Disney+ subscription will automatically renew after six months unless you cancel your Amazon Music Unlimited subscription within the promotional period.
If you don't want to carry on with either service after six months, you'll need to cancel both your Amazon Music Unlimited subscription and Disney+ subscription separately – canceling one won't automatically cancel the other.
Those outside the US and Canada might be able to access the deal too using a VPN. NordVPN and Surfshark are our top choices, but see our choices of the best VPN for streaming for additional recommendations.
Don't forget you can also get Disney+ for free with Hulu and ESPN+ for $12.99.
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