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How to get a 6-month Disney+ subscription for FREE

The Disney Plus app interface on a smart TV.
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Disney+ keeps increasing its subscriber count, and if you’re wondering why, you just need to look at the best movies on Disney+ and the best shows on Disney+ to understand. However, there are those who remain skeptical of the service, and it might help if they could try it out first before signing up. Disney has stopped offering the Disney+ free trial, but there’s another way to get a six-month subscription to the service at no cost. If you sign up for a month of Amazon Music Unlimited, which will cost you as little as $8, you’ll get up to six free months of Disney+.

The cost of Disney+ increased earlier this year to $8 per month or $80 per year. If you want to try out the streaming service first before committing your hard-earned dollars to it, you can get free months by signing up to Amazon Music Unlimited. For a one-month subscription that will cost $8 for Amazon Prime members and $10 for non-members, you’ll get free access to Disney+ for six months if you’ve never been an Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers, and three months if you’re a current or former subscriber.

In addition to the free Disney+ subscription, you’ll gain unlimited, ad-free access to more than 75 million songs with Amazon Music Unlimited, with the ability to listen offline. It should serve as a nice complement to the content that you can watch on Disney+, which includes shows and movies from Disney, Fox, Marvel, Star Wars, and National Geographic.

There’s always something new on Disney+ for you and the family to watch, so if you want to start catching up to all the content on the platform, you might want to take advantage of Amazon’s offer for a free subscription. For $8 if you’re an Amazon Prime member and $10 if you’re not, signing up for a month of Amazon Music Unlimited will get you six months of Disney+ if you’ve never tried the streaming music service and three months if you’re a current or former subscriber. It’s unclear how long the promotion will last though, so if you want to take advantage of it, you should click that Sign Up Now button as soon as you can.

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