How to Get a Free Trial – Billboard

Amazon began raising the price of Prime subscriptions on Friday (February 18), but the increase didn’t affect the cost of Amazon Music Unlimited. Amazon is currently running an amazing streaming deal that probably won’t last long, so if you’re thinking of joining Amazon Music Unlimited, this limited promotion might be too good to pass up.

For a limited time, new subscribers can enjoy Amazon Unlimited Music for free for the first three months. Subscription includes HD streaming at no additional cost, plus unlimited access to 90 million on-demand, ad-free songs, thousands of stations and top playlists, and millions of episodes of podcasting.

Are you traveling soon? Amazon Music Unlimited keeps you connected even when flying through friendly skies. Listen offline with unlimited skips or hands-free with an Alexa or Bluetooth device.

After the three-month free trial ends, Amazon Music Unlimited will cost $9.99 per month ($7.99 per month for Prime members). Your subscription will automatically renew after the first three months unless you cancel.

To buy: Amazon Music Unlimited $9.99 per month after 3 month free trial

Amazon Music offers individual plans to stream anywhere, anytime, but you can also get a family plan ($14.99 per month) that lets you stream up to six devices simultaneously and block songs with explicit lyrics. There’s also a Single Device Plan ($3.99 per month) for streaming from a single Echo or Fire TV device. Finally, the student plan reduces your monthly subscription from $9.99 per month to $1 per month. However, Amazon’s three-month promotion only applies to the individual Amazon Music Unlimited plan.

If you’re already an Amazon Prime member, Amazon Music is included in your subscription, but you can only access two million songs (down from 90 million) plus thousands of playlists on top of discounted pricing , free two-day shipping, the entire Prime Video Streaming Library, and many other perks.

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