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Get your headphones on and ready, music fans: Amazon’s music streaming service is now offering a deal that’s hard to beat.
Right now, students can get Amazon Music Unlimited for just 99 cents a month if they’re signed up with Prime Student — but don’t worry, you can sign up for a Prime Student trial for free (and still get the unbelievable music deal).
Amazon Music connects to Alexa smart speakers, which can make getting ready for class in the morning (or “going to the library” on weekends) much more fun.
Like any other streaming platform, you can download songs, create playlists, listen to new releases and stream curated content. And unlike other streaming platforms, you can also buy CDs and Vinyl through the website — if you’re feeling nostalgic.
Prime Student gives members all of the same perks as normal Prime members — two-day deliveries, exclusive deals and more — but at a surprisingly affordable cost of just $6 a month. It pays to be in school! So if you decide to keep your Prime Student membership after the free trial, and add on the music deal, that’s just $7 a month (cheaper than Netflix!).
That’s not all: You also can sign up to receive free samples while using Prime Student and can receive necessities like deodorant, coffee and granola bars for absolutely no cost. That’s a college deal we can get behind.
Prime Student offers college deals and promotions on brands students love, like Nike, Adidas, Apple and more. Prime Video also is included, so users can binge-watch shows like The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Jack Ryan or link up their HBO account to stream Game of Thrones during those long weekends.
Either way, this back-to-school deal is not to be missed!
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