Selena Gomez ‘gives’ two months of Apple TV+ for free; see how to access

Surprising the whole world this Thursday morning (2), Selena Gomez, in partnership with Apple TV+, is offering a free access voucher with two months subscription in streaming. The discount draws the public’s attention to the documentary’s premiere Selena Gomez: My Mind & Mewhich will be officially released on November 4 on the platform.

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Through his official Twitter account, Gomez alerted his followers on how they could redeem the benefit. According to the artist, just click on an exclusive link redirecting to Apple TV+ and click on the free access button.

“Today is the world premiere of Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me, at the AFI Fest Film Festival. I am delighted to share a special gift to my fans of a 2 month free trial of Apple TV+. Watch the movie November 4th,” she wrote.


You can check out the full publication with the access link below!


It’s worth noting that without this offer, streaming only offers a 7-day free trial for new subscribers. In mid-2022, there was an adjustment in the price of the current subscription, which went from R$9.90 to R$14.90.

Learn more about Selena Gomez’s documentary

Member of the cast of Only Murders in the Buildingfrom Hulu, and host of the show Selena + Cheffrom HBO Max, Selena Gomez became well known during her adolescence for taking part in Disney Channel projects, such as the comedy series Wizards of Waverly Place.

In Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me, the public will be able to follow more about the artist’s intimacy, discovering many details about her professional trajectory. According to what has been released so far, the production followed Gomez for the last six years of his life and interspersed the backstage of his routine with in-depth interviews.


According to Apple TV+ itself, the offer released by the actress, singer and presenter is also valid for people who previously subscribed to the streaming and did not renew for some reason. The benefit will be available until December 2 of this year, as the platform suggests at the time of hiring.

From that point on, renewal becomes automatic until users cancel — which can be at any time.

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