Early Prime Day deal: Amazon is practically giving away 4 months of unlimited music streaming

Rudie Obias
·3 mins read

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Jam to your favorite tunes for free. (Photo: Getty Images)
Jam to your favorite tunes for free. (Photo: Getty Images)

If you’re running out of things to do while sheltering-in-place—there are only so many surfaces that need cleaning, after all—why not have a listening party? Stay in and rock out to all your favorite music with this early Prime Day deal.

Shop it: Four-month Amazon Music Unlimited subscription, $1 for Prime members only (was $40), amazon.com

Early Prime Day deal

The premium music streaming service is only $1 for the first four months for new subscribers—that’s a $40 savings for Prime members only. That’s not a typo! For just a single one dollar bill, you can enjoy all the music you can handle—over 60 million songs from artists like The Rolling Stones, Cheap Trick, Donovan, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Neutral Milk Hotel, Fleetwood Mac, Dolly Parton, Run The Jewels, Charly Bliss, The Beach Boys—the list goes on and on. Sign up for the free trial here.

Note: The deal is only valid for Amazon Prime members, so if you’re not a member, sign up for free here. However, if you are a non-member, you can get three months of Amazon Music Unlimited for $1 instead of four months. Win-win!

Shop it: Four-month Amazon Music Unlimited subscription, $1 for Prime members only (was $40), amazon.com

How it works

Amazon Music Unlimited is available on all platforms: From iOS and Android smartphones and tablets to macOS and Windows 10 laptops. It also works with Echo and Alexa-enabled smart home devices, as well as Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV and Chromecast, so you can listen through your big-screen TV too.

Thankfully, Amazon Music Unlimited is completely and blissfully ad-free. There’s nothing more buzz-killing than being interrupted by a commercial while you’re “Dancing in the Dark” to Bruce Springsteen. The music service features unlimited skips, too, so you can instantly jump to the next song if you’re not feeling the current one.

If you just want the free trial, you can cancel your subscription before the 120 days is up. If you decide to keep it going, Amazon Music Unlimited starts at $10 per month.

Shop it: Four-month Amazon Music Unlimited subscription, $1 for Prime members only (was $40), amazon.com

How it stacks up

Amazon Music Unlimited has roughly the same number of songs as the competition—over 60 million. However, Amazon Music is super-easy to set up and go, if you’re an Amazon Prime member or Echo device owner. And unlike Spotify and Apple Music, Amazon Music Unlimited offers free, exclusive internet radio stations for the Echo and Echo Dot.

This early Prime Day deal sounds like music to our ears!

Shop it: Four-month Amazon Music Unlimited subscription, $1 for Prime members only (was $40), amazon.com

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