Recently, Music Unlimited subscribers got Music HD for free. Now with new perks – Disney + 6 months free for new Music Unlimited users. It’s only available to current users for three months, but it’s enough time to browse a rich library of Disney, Marvel, Pixar, Lucasfilm, and National Geographic content.
The Disney + subscription itself costs $ 8 per month. This means that your Amazon Music Unlimited subscription is also $ 8 if you have Prime ($ 10 if you don’t), so it’s basically free access. After the trial period ends, you can cancel or continue at the regular price.
Of course, Disney + competes with Amazon’s own TV show and movie streaming service, Prime Video. Also, Prime Video is included in your Prime subscription and costs $ 9 per month (it’s of little value in the long run, given that your annual Prime subscription is $ 119).
However, there is some bad news. This transaction is only valid in the US and Canada (Disney + is already available in multiple European countries, as well as India, Indonesia, Japan and Latin American countries).
Follow the source link for more information on the transaction. Also, don’t forget to set a reminder as your Disney + subscription will automatically renew at the end of the trial period. By then, you need to know clearly if it’s worth $ 8 a month or if you want to cancel.