Students can get Amazon Music Unlimited for $0.99 a month

Julia Webb

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While the start of the school year is still a few weeks away, many already have the back-to-school season on the brain. There’s no doubt that being a college student is hard work, but there are also a lot of perks that come with the title.

From discounts to deals on your favorite brands (Apple, ASOS and Uniqlo just to name a few), there are a ton of ways to save some cash when you’re hitting the books. But one of the best student hacks that we’ve come across has to be from Amazon Music Unlimited: students already enrolled in Prime Student can add the music streaming service on to their memberships for just $0.99 a month.

Shop: Amazon Music Unlimited, $0.99 a month for Prime Students

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If you’re new to Amazon Music Unlimited, the streaming service has over 60 million songs for you to listen to as well as expert-curated playlists to match any vibe you’re going for. And not only can you avoid hearing or seeing any ads with this service, but you also get unlimited skips, so you don’t have to wait around to hear the next song. And what is maybe the cherry on top of all of these perks is you can cancel your subscription at any time.

If you’re not already enrolled in Prime Student, here’s what you need to know.

Prime Student is just like Amazon’s regular Prime membership but catered for those in school. For just $6.49 a month, students that attend a degree-granting college or university get access to benefits like free two-day delivery, unlimited movie streaming, special discounts and more, but those new to Prime Student can test out the service at no cost when they take advantage of the free six-month trial.

For those that are already enrolled in Prime Student, you can add Amazon Music Unlimited onto your subscription for just $0.99 each month. Score!

But don’t be sad if your college days are well behind you, right now all music-lovers can try out the streaming service for free for three months. However, this special deal won’t last forever, so you’re going to want to hop on these savings while you can.

Ready to turn up the music? Check out a few of our favorite Bluetooth speakers below:

Shop: OontZ Angle 3 Bluetooth Portable Speaker, $25.99

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Shop: Amazon Echo Dot, $49.99

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Shop: JBL FLIP 4 Waterproof Portable Bluetooth Speaker, $79.90

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