If you’re a big fan of Marvel, Star Wars or just classic fairytales, you already know that having a Disney+ subscription is a must. At its current increased price of $7.99, though, it’s not the cheapest streaming platform on the market. Lucky for you, while prices went up, there’s a deal available for new Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers, who can now snag six months of this popular movie and TV streaming subscription for free when they sign up for the music streaming service (Note that current Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers can get a three-month Disney+ free trial).
To grab this deal, all you need to do is sign up for Amazon Music Unlimited (starting at $0.99 for students, $7.99 for Prime subscribers and $9.99 for non-Prime subscribers). You’ll then be redirected to the Disney+ sign-up page, where you can register for a new account and start streaming. (If you’ve previously signed up for a Disney+ free trial, remember to use a new email, as this offer is not eligible for current Disney+ streamers).
This means you’ll save as much as $47.94, since you’d normally pay at $7.99 per month over the course of six months! Note that once the six-month period is over, you’ll be back to paying the usual $7.99 a month for Disney+, so make sure to cancel the subscription if you’re not willing to spend the extra cash.
Amazon Music is one of our favorite music streaming services, and for good reason: It’s got a massive music library with as many as 70 million songs, which is almost equivalent to our favorite music service, Spotify. That said, it’s rather bare bones when it comes to music recommendations and playlists. The pricing is similar to most other music platforms as well, and its got support for Dolby Atmos, with which you can create an immersive, surround sound experience for listeners (right now, it’s available only on Amazon’s Echo Studio smart speaker, $199). It’s a solid streaming option overall, though, especially if you’re already an Amazon Prime subscriber ($119 a year). Not to mention, the added six months of Disney+ make it a pretty sweet deal!
When we tested Disney+, we found its interface to be similar to Netflix’s, including a “recommended for you” section, personalized avatars and more. It also allows for offline viewing, which is great for commuters and travelers alike. It’s got support for Dolby Atmos (on select devices), 4K video and HDR content, and there’s a constant array of new releases, including The Mandalorian, WandaVision and most recently, Loki, which concludes this Wednesday.
If you’re interested in bingeing all this new content, subscribe to Amazon Music Unlimited to get the deal today. There’s also no telling when this deal might expire, so sign up as fast as you can!…Read more>>