Amazon is currently running their best promotion ever for Amazon Music Unlimited. The offer gives you 4 months of music service for free with no purchase required and you don’t even need to be a Prime member. The terms of the offer say it is only for new subscribers, but it turns out that that is not true. If you tried Amazon Music Unlimited in the past, but are not currently subscribed, you too can get in on this deal and get 4 months for free.
When I posted about this deal yesterday, I explained that it was only for new subscribers, as the terms of the offer stated, but several readers have commented that previous subscribers do qualify. It turns out that after a few months of not having an active subscription, you’re considered a new subscriber once again and your account will again qualify for offers that are only available to new subscribers.
I tried it myself and, sure enough, it worked even though I was previously an Amazon Music Unlimited subscriber. Red text, saying that the offer was invalid, appeared on the offer page for me, but I proceeded anyway and signed up. I then checked my Amazon Music Subscription Settings. Even though it says “Free trial ends December 4, 2018” at the top, lower down on the page it says “On December 4, 2018, your Unlimited subscription will renew at $0.00/month. The following promotion applies after your free trial: 4 months free.” which verifies that I did qualify for the offer.
The holidays are a great time to have a music subscription and this deal will last well beyond that into the start of March. Amazon has offered similar extended free trials for Amazon Music Unlimited in the past, but they have always required some kind of purchase to go along with the offer. This is the first time they’ve offered 4 months for free with no purchase requirements at all. Just be sure to say “Alexa, remind me to cancel Amazon Music Unlimited on March 1st” if you need it. ;-)