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Save $31.96: As of June 8, Prime members can get four free months of Amazon Music Unlimited. The service typically costs $7.99 per month for Prime members. (Non-Prime members can get three months for free.)
Amazon has been known to offer free periods of some of its services, including Amazon Music Unlimited. The music platform usually gets a three-months-free treatment, but as an early Prime Day deal, you can score four free months of Amazon Music Unlimited.
If you’re still rocking with the free version of Spotify, you’re probably getting annoyed with all the ads. Take a break from those and get ad-free, unlimited access to a music library of more than 70 million songs. Spotify will still be there if you decide you miss it after the four free months are up.
Amazon Music Unlimited also has a large library of podcasts, so you can keep up with your favorite shows. You can even download content to listen offline. So, if you have any post-vaccine trips coming up, you can listen to all your favorite tunes on the plane.
Take advantage of this deal and you won’t have to pay for music streaming again until October. Head to Amazon now to snag four free months of Amazon Music Unlimited. (After the four months are up, the service will renew at $7.99 per month for Prime members and $9.99 per month for non-members.)