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Prime members, listen up, because Amazon is serving up a deal that’s sure to be music to your ears! Right now, the online retail giant is offering new subscribers unlimited access to its Amazon Music Unlimited service for—get this—less than a buck.
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That’s right! For a limited time, Prime members (sign up for a free 30-trial here, pay $12.99 per month after that) who sign up as new Amazon Music Android customers will get four months of unlimited music and podcast streaming access for just .99, which is a whopping 97% off the $31.96 it would typically cost at $7.99 per month. Those who want to try Amazon Music but aren’t Prime members or are iOS users will get three months for the same price.
With Amazon Music, you’ll have more than 60 million songs at your fingertips and a wide selection of popular podcasts with zero ads and unlimited skips, all good through January. And, when the trial period runs out, your subscription will automatically continue at the monthly price of $9.99 (or $7.99 for Prime members) plus applicable taxes unless you cancel.
As part of the trial offer, Amazon Music is also offering hands-free listening when you use its voice assistant, Alexa, with your compatible Amazon device (we like the Bose Home Speaker 300, currently on sale for $199) and the ability to download unlimited playlists or albums to your devices (including your phone, tablet or computer) for offline access, so you won’t need wireless connectivity to listen to your favorite tunes.
To shop the other early Prime Day 2020 deals Amazon is offering right now, check out our list here.
Prices were accurate at the time this article was published but may change over time.