This Prime Day deal gets you 3 free months of Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ when you buy a Fire TV stick

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It’s easy to start watching movies, TV shows, and sports events right away when you buy a new Amazon Fire TV or Fire Tablet this Prime Day. Amazon’s currently running a special streaming bundle offer:

If you buy a Fire TV device or Fire Tablet between now and 11:59 p.m. PT, you’ll receive three free months of The Disney Bundle, which includes Disney+, Hulu (the ad-supported version), and ESPN+. This is one of the best deals we’ve seen this Prime Day and offers more than $40 in savings (plus whatever you save when you buy an already discounted Amazon streaming device).

Details on the Disney Streaming Bundle Amazon deal

You’re only eligible for the offer if you haven’t been a Disney+,

, or ESPN+ subscriber in the past 30 days. And once your three months are up, the bundle costs $13.99/month. 

This deal saves you $42 total and gives you a taste of all three services, so you can decide which ones you want to continue or get rid of once the three-month period is up. 

More details to know about this offer:

  • You will receive the code to redeem the offer in your email, after your Fire TV order has shipped. You must redeem the offer by July 22, 2021 at 11:59 p.m. PT. 
  • After you follow the instructions in the email and enter your information on the Hulu site, your Hulu account will be activated first. You will then receive an email with instructions to activate your Disney+ and ESPN+ accounts.
  • You must be a Prime member. Get your 30-day free trial to access this deal and all other deals during Prime Day 2021

Fire TV devices and deals that qualify for the Disney bundle 

You can see the full list of eligible Fire TVs and Fire Tablets here, but if you’re not sure which one to get, you can find our list of recommendations below. Several are also on sale right now, adding to your savings for the day. 

Read more about Disney Plus, Hulu, and ESPN+ below