Sonos is giving away six months of free Disney Plus in time for The Mandalorian
Sonos is giving away a free six month subscription to Disney Plus to anyone who buys a Sonos Beam or Sonos Arc soundbar between October 1 and October 31. But hurry, this offer ends tomorrow.
The audio brand has partnered with Disney to celebrate the release of The Mandalorian season 2 on October 30 and to encourage viewers to enjoy the series with the high quality sound it was designed to support.
The Mandalorian features an immersive Dolby Atmos 3D soundtrack, arguably best enjoyed with the Sonos Arc.
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“Experience The Mandalorian in Dolby Atmos with Arc”, explains Sonos. “This ground-breaking technology creates a 3D soundstage that surrounds you in the story. Feel the rumbling of the Razor Crest from below as it takes off, hear blasters firing from behind, and let the masterful score transport you to a galaxy far, far away”.
Be aware that you’ll also need a TV with Dolby Atmos support or HDMI eARC to get Dolby Atmos running, but you can read our guide on how to get Dolby Atmos on the Sonos Arc for more on that.
Even without Atmos, the Beam and Arc are capable of delivering a powerful and engaging experience, especially if you upgrade with a few speakers for the rear channels or a Sub for extra bass. Sonos has packages with all you need also included in the Disney Plus offer.
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Disney Plus no longer offers a free trial in the UK, so this is the only way to try the streaming service right now without paying for the privilege. And, at six months long, the trial gives you more than enough time to try out all the most hyped Disney Plus offerings, from Hamilton to the The Simpsons to pretty much every Marvel movie you can think of.
After your six months is up, you can choose you end you subscription without being charged or continue to work your way through Disney’s catalogue for £5.99 a month.
While this Disney Plus deal is only open to new Sonos owners, those with existing systems can still get in on the Mandalorian action. The show’s composer Ludwig Göransson has a new Sonos Radio station titled ‘Things That Stuck’ packed with songs that have inspired or influenced him, along with The Mandalorian season 2 soundtrack and commentary on how it was created.
The Sonos and Disney Plus offer ends midnight October 31 so make sure to pick up your Sonos Beam or Sonos Arc before then to get six months of Disney Plus for free.
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The Mandalorian season 2 comes out today. Check out our guide for how to watch season 2 episode 1 or refresh your memory of season with the official recap.