Amazon Music Is Offering 6 Months Of Disney+ For Free Right Now

Amazon Music Is Offering 6 Months Of Disney+ For Free Right Now

If you’re someone who always has to have music or podcasts playing, an Amazon Music Unlimited subscription is a must. With it, you can stream all your favorite tunes and audio shows, ad-free, through all your smart devices (and we know you have ’em). But now, you can kick your family’s entertainment up a notch.

For a limited time, you can enjoy 6 months of Disney+ for FREE when you sign up for Amazon Music Unlimited. 

And get 6 months of Disney+ FREE.

(Warning: May come with a side of the Frozen soundtrack becoming a permanent part of the background noise in your home.)

For just $7.99 a month for Prime members — $9.99 for non-Prime members — an Amazon Music Unlimited subscription will give you access to 75 million ad-free songs, podcasts, live streams, and HD at no extra cost. (Yep, that means playing Harry Styles on repeat and binging true crime podcasts, which makes commuting and cleaning the house so much better.) And now, you and your family can snag 6 free months of Disney+, which includes movies and shows from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, and more.

After 6 months — which is just enough time to become completely co-dependent on everything Disney+ has to offer (both in terms of indulging your Mandalorian addiction and keeping the kids busy for a full hour at a time) — your subscription will auto-renew. You can cancel any time, but in truth, you’ll be thankful that there’s no interruption in your sanity–er–streaming, because $8/month is way cheaper than going to the movies/hiring a babysitter/buying every Disney movie that your kid’s obsessed with.

And get 6 months of Disney+ FREE.

But FYI, this offer won’t last forever, so if you haven’t jumped on the Amazon Unlimited Music/Disney+ train, the time to do it is NOW!

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