How to Get 6 Months Free Disney Plus Plan with Amazon Music Unlimited

Are you planning to subscribe to a music streaming app soon? Now is the best time to take a good look at what Amazon Music Unlimited has in store for you. Amazon Music Unlimited will give you access to more than 75 million playlists, songs, and podcasts. Your music streaming will be ad-free and no interruption. You can also enjoy offline listening while having control over unlimited skips.

So, if you are considering subscribing to Amazon Music Unlimited, now is the perfect time to seal the deal. While Amazon has yet to announce the exact date when the deal will end, you can avail of a free subscription plan on Disney Plus if you sign up now. Still, the offer for a limited time only.

New Amazon Music Unlimited subscription will receive a free six-month subscription to Disney Plus. Aside from enjoying unlimited access to music and podcast, you can also stream unlimited movies and TV series on Disney+.

How to Avail of 6-Month Disney Plus Subscription Free Trial from Amazon Music Unlimited

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To receive and redeem your 6-month Disney Plus subscription free trial, you need to sign-up first for an Amazon Music Unlimited plan. Subscription starts at $9.99 per month or $7.99 per month for Prime members. Note that only new subscribers will receive the free six months’ worth of subscription.

If you are an existing Amazon Music Unlimited subscriber, you can still avail of a free Disney+ subscription but only for three months. Unfortunately, if you already have a Disney Plus account, you are not eligible for the offer.

  • To start, you can go to this Amazon sign up page on your browser.
  • Click the Get Started or Sign-up Now button.
  • It will redirect you to the sign-in page of Amazon.
  • Sign in to your Amazon account.
  • Now, look for Amazon Music Unlimited and subscribe to the plan.
  • After subscribing, it will redirect you to Disney Plus sign-up page to redeem your free trial plan.
  • Create a new account and fill in the information to start your Disney Plus free trial subscription.

Sign up here to get your 6-month free Disney+ subscription!

Details of Amazon Music Unlimited Free Disney Plus Subscription

Now, there are things you need to remember with your Amazon Music Unlimited subscription and the Disney+ free trial offer. After the free 3 or 6 months free subscription on Disney Plus, it will automatically renew to the monthly fee of the original subscription at $7.99. If you don’t want to continue the subscription, you can cancel it anytime, just head to

Note that canceling your Amazon Music Unlimited plus does not automatically cancel your Disney Plus subscription. If you cancel your Amazon Music Unlimited plan during the offer, your Disney Plus subscription will end too. However, if you cancel your Amazon Music Unlimited plan after the promotion, it will not cancel your Disney Plus subscription. You need to cancel your Disney+ account separately.

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Will you be getting an Amazon Music Unlimited subscription? We would love to hear from you, so drop us a comment below.

Aileen Grace M
Aileen Grace M
A film buff and lover of feel-good movies, Aileen Grace loves helping fellow cinephiles overcome troubles and common hurdles when bingeing shows. She’s a Marketing Major with a degree in Business Administration and a knack for writing poems and short stories. She’s using her prowess as a prolific writer to provide straightforward guides among the confusing solutions found online.



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