Music lovers can enjoy three free months of unlimited access to 90 million ad-free songs with Amazon Music Unlimited when they register now.
In anticipation of Amazon’s biggest sales event of the year, Prime Day, on July 12 and 13, Amazon is offering must-have deals to keep customers entertained in the meantime.
Amazon Music Unlimited is offering three months free to new customers when they sign up through July 13. The music streaming service offers access to 90 million songs and thousands of expert-curated playlists and stations. Listeners can access ad-free music and podcasts anytime on devices like tablets, computers, Fire TV, and Alexa-enabled devices like Amazon Echo. Songs and playlists can also be downloaded for offline listening. Amazon Music Unlimited gets to know listeners and personalizes recommendations based on their listening habits.
Amazon Music Unlimited is only available to new subscribers. Prime customers can get Amazon Music Unlimited free for 4 months when they sign up, then can sign up for $8.99 per month after the trial ends. Customers who don’t have Amazon Prime will get three months free when they sign up, then can sign up for $9.99 a month after the trial.
Amazon Music Unlimited is a different music streaming service from Amazon Music Prime. Amazon Music Prime is included with a Prime subscription at no additional cost. It features 2 million songs and over 1,000 playlists and stations curated by Amazon’s music experts.
Customers can register Amazon Prime for $14.99 a month and get 30 days free and access to free shipping, award-winning TV, exclusive deals, and access to all the best sales for Prime Day in July.