Get three months of Amazon music for free in deal that rivals Spotify and Apple

By Staff

The hit streaming service won’t cost you a penny between now and the end of June 2024, and you can leave without paying

Ariana Grande isn’t the only artist to surprise fans with new music this month, her latest Eternal Sunshine album joins a line-up of fresh music from Cardi B, Bon Jovi, Dermot Kennedy, and Kacey Musgraves, a range to suit no matter your taste. No matter how good the latest hit is it’s no good if you can’t stream it on repeat, shuffle the album, or download for when you’re offline…..and that’s where Amazon comes in.

The Prime retailer’s latest playlist deal will no doubt be music to all ears, one potentially beating rivals Spotify and Apple Music to the top of the chart. That’s because Amazon Music Unlimited is now free for a whole three months, a deal that’ll save you more than £32.

It’s all part of its latest Spring Deal Days Sale, a bonanza of price drops launched for Prime shoppers and while we’re seeing huge discounts on air fryers, makeup and Apple tech, nothing has been listed for free like its Unlimited Music service – a huge perk for budding Swifties who want binge albums before her upcoming UK Eras Tour dates.

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The subscription will cost £0 for the first three months, and rise to its usual £10.99 a month rate from month four, although the huge perk is that you don’t have to stick around once the free deal comes to an end. When the rate rises back to £10.99 you can simply leave without paying any fee.

Amazon has launched a bigger and better free trial of its paid-for Unlimited music subscription, the Music Unlimited plan is now £0 for the first three months. That’s a saving of more than £32.

Users can sign up to listen for the free trial where they will be able to listen ad-free, download, and skip as many playlists and hits as they like – not to mention tapping into a range of charting podcasts and audio books. And once over, you can simply leave for free.

Its cancel-anytime subscription lets listeners who don’t want to pay to opt out before the 30 days before trial ends. Not too shabby considering you’d make a £32.97 saving between now and the end of June 2024.

Amazon Music Unlimited allows users to listen to any song across all devices, whether that’s your mobile, PC or connected to your home Alexa device. Of course, you can download songs as a handy feature for if you’re ever offline (like travelling) and all of it is ad-free.

The flexible ‘leave anytime’ policy is another catchy feature offered by rivals at Apple Music, which also lets users leave up to the end of their next billing cycle. At first glance Apple’s prices are more appealing to money-conscious shoppers, starting from just £5.99 for its Voice Plan however, users are limited to just one device.

Another option is Spotify Premium which costs £14.99 a month, although you can currently sign up for one-month free as long as you sign up by April 20, 2024. Like Amazon Music Unlimited, Spotify’s paid-for-plan offers ad-free streaming, downloads, and funky features like shareable listening queue’s.

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