Amazon is offering an exclusive deal for its Prime members. They can sign up to Amazon Music Unlimited, its ad-free music streaming service with access to over 50 million songs, and get a three-month free trial. This deal only applies for Prime members who have never signed up for Amazon Music Unlimited before.
Amazon Music Unlimited normally costs $8/month for Prime members or $10/month for non-Prime members.
If you're wondering what's the difference between Amazon Music Unlimited and Prime Music, Amazon's other ad-free music streaming service that comes free with a Prime member, it mainly comes down to number of tracks. Prime Music only has access to roughly two million tracks, while Amazon Music Unlimited has access to over 50 million. A Prime Music subscription only lets you play music on one device at a time, while you can purchase individual or family plans (up to six devices) for Amazon Music Unlimited.
If you're a life-long Spotify or Pandora subscriber, this is a great opportunity to try a new music streaming service, save a little coin and still be able to ask Alexa to play whatever music you want from your Amazon Echo or Sonos One smart speaker.