Amazon announced Monday that Amazon Music Unlimited customers in the U.S. and Canada can get up to six months of free Disney+.
Existing subscribers to Amazon’s ad-free music streaming service can get three months of Disney’s streaming service, while new Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers can activate six months of Disney Plus. Current subscribers to Disney+ aren’t eligible for Amazon’s “Disney+ on Us” promotion.
“Amazon Music customers will now be able to watch films like Disney and Pixar's Luca and Marvel Studios' new series Loki,” the company said in an announcement. “In the coming months, Disney+ will be launching additional new series, including Monsters at Work (July 7th) and Turner & Hooch (July 21st).”
Disney is releasing new titles on the service every week. The company has said that users can expect 100 new titles from Marvel, Star Wars, and National Geographic to be added to Disney Plus each year.
Eligible customers can redeem the promo or and sign up for an Amazon Music Unlimited subscription here.
Amazon’s music streaming service has a catalog of approximately 75 million songs and podcasts. The service is priced at $8 a month for Prime members or $10 per month for non-Prime members. Alternatively, subscribers can pay $80 for the whole year.