Deal: Get three months of Amazon Music Unlimited for just $0.99
In a music streaming world that is dominated by the likes of Spotify, Pandora, and Apple Music, Amazon Music Unlimited is a solid option on its own, particularly for Prime members. In case you want to give it a test run to decide for yourself, Amazon now offers a three-month subscription to its music streaming service for just under $1.
Music Unlimited keeps up with its competitors by featuring tens of millions of songs, as well as curated playlists and personalized stations. You can also download songs for offline listening, with no hint of commercials anywhere.
What’s particularly nice about Music Unlimited is its availability – you can get the app on your smartphone, tablet, computer, browser, Fire TV, and Fire tablet. You can also listen to Music Unlimited through your Echo speaker and Chromecast, with Alexa available to listen to your commands.
There are a few things in mind, the first being that Music Unlimited is separate from Prime Music – the former is Amazon’s standalone music service, while the latter is included in your Prime membership. Because of that, it does not matter whether you are or are not a Prime subscriber – the promotion applies for all new subscribers alike.
You also have through December 23, 2017 to take advantage of the Music Unlimited deal. Finally, the price goes back up to $9.99 each month for non-Prime members and $7.99 each month for Prime members once your three months are done. If you are looking to keep your Music Unlimited subscription, also know that $14.99 a month allows two to six people to partake in your subscription, while students can nab the service for $4.99 each month.
Regardless of whether you look to keep your Music Unlimited subscription, paying $1 for three months is not too shabby. You can sign up for the promotion at the link below.