Amazon is known for offering a wild variety of perks all so that you’d sign up for Prime. That’s not an exception, but instead it is the game plan – now even Amazon Music Unlimited is getting some interesting perks.
Recently, Music Unlimited subscribers got Music HD for free. Now there is a new perk – 6 free months of Disney+ for new Music Unlimited users. Current users get only 3 months, but that’s plenty of time to browse through the rich library of Disney, Marvel, Pixar, Lucasfilm and National Geographic content.
The Disney+ subscription itself costs $8 a month, meaning you can have access to it essentially for free since an Amazon Music Unlimited subscription also costs $8 if you have Prime (and $10 if you don’t). After the trial period is over, you can cancel or continue at the normal price.
Of course, Disney+ competes with Amazon’s own TV show and movie streaming service, Prime Video. And Prime Video is included with a Prime subscription, by itself it is $9 a month (which is hardly worth it long term, considering that an annual Prime subscription is $119).
We have some bad news, however. The deal is valid only for the US and Canada (Disney+ is already available in multiple European countries, as well as India, Indonesia, Japan and countries in Latin America).
Follow the Source link for more details on the deal. And don’t forget to set a reminder as the Disney+ subscription will be auto-renewed after the trial period ends – by then you should have a clear idea of whether it’s worth the $8 a month or if you want to cancel.