SAVE UP TO $39.96: As of Sept. 19, anyone who hasn’t signed up for Amazon Music Unlimited can get three months of the service (or four months for Prime members) free. The service is usually $10.99 per month or $9.99 per month for Prime members.
As of Sept. 19, Amazon has as much as quadrupled its typical one-month free trial of Amazon Music Unlimited: New-to-Unlimited Prime members can score four months for free, while new non-Prime members can score three months for free. After that, the service will run Prime members $9.99/month and non-Prime members $10.99/month.
We know people have strong feelings about their streaming service of choice, but pausing your current music subscription and temporarily learning the ropes of a new streaming layout could save you $43.96 (what four months of Spotify Premium would cost) or $39.96 (what four months of Apple Music Unlimited would cost for Prime members). If you want to go back to your ex after your free trial ends, just put the money you saved toward those future bills, or cover a TV streaming service for the next few months.
(Fun fact: Best Buy is currently giving away free four-month trials of Apple Music for both new and returning subscribers.)
Amazon Music Unlimited isn’t the same as the Amazon Music Prime included with a Prime membership. The “unlimited” aspect bumps the library to 90 million ad-free and skippable songs compared to the Prime Music library’s two million. (There are also millions of ad-free podcasts.) Music purists will particularly appreciate the HD and Ultra HD playback options available with Unlimited, something Spotify still isn’t offering.