Looking to switch up the way you get music and podcasts? If Apple Music and Spotify just aren’t your jam, there’s another option for music streaming — Amazon Music Unlimited. Prime members who have never subscribed before can now get three months free of Amazon’s premium music streaming for free, and it’ll cost just $7.99 per month after the free trial. That’s cheaper than both Spotify Premium and Apple Music, which run $9.99 per month.
If you don’t have Amazon Prime, you unfortunately won’t have access to this deal, and an Amazon Music Unlimited subscription will cost you $9.99 per month — there are perks to being a Prime member. But, non-Prime members can still score the free three months of Unlimited by signing up for an Amazon Prime Subscription with a 30 day free trial.
With over 60 million songs and thousands of curated playlists, Amazon Music Unlimited has a lot going for it. If you’re a Prime Member, you already have access to the lower-tier music streaming — Prime Music — but you’ll find way less music there than on Unlimited (only about two million songs and a bit more than a thousand playlists).
If you’re looking for more than just songs to listen to in the background while you’re cooking or entertaining, Amazon Music Unlimited is the better option. You’ll be able to listen to all the latest charting hits, dig into the older music of your favorite artists, and explore new genres that you’ve never heard of before — on all of your devices.