Amazon Music is increasing its price for Prime members

Amazon Music will be increasing the subscription price for Prime members and for single device subscribers next month, according to Amazon. The standard plan, which normally costs $9.99 per month, has been available at a discounted price of $7.99 per month or $79 per year for Prime members since it debuted in 2016. Starting May 5th, Prime members will start paying $8.99 per month or $89 per year. The price for non-Prime members will remain $9.99 per month and the family plan for Prime members will also remain $14.99 per month or $149.99 per year. At the same time, the single-device plan, which lets you stream from a single Echo or Fire TV, will increase from $3.99 per month to $4.99 per month. The price increase will apply to both new and existing subscribers on their first bill after May 5th.

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Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers get up to 6 months of Disney+ for Free

Amazon and Disney have teamed up for a new promotion that gives Disney+ for free to all Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers. If you have never had an Amazon Music Unlimited subscription, you’ll get 6 months of Disney+ for free if you sign up now, while existing and former Music Unlimited subscribers will get 3 months of Disney+ for free. After the free months, the Disney+ subscription will automatically begin charging its regular $7.99 per month price. If you don’t want that to happen, you’ll need to cancel the subscription on Disney’s website here before the free period ends.

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Amazon Music HD is now included for free with an Amazon Music Unlimited subscription

Amazon has announced that their higher-quality streaming music service, Amazon Music HD, is now available for free for all standard Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers. The premium music service used to cost an extra $5 a month over Amazon’s standard music subscription prices but now it’s included at no additional charge. However, receiving the better audio quality isn’t automatic, so you do need to manually upgrade to it. Read more ›

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Amazon now offers free ad-supported music to all Echo owners

Amazon has just announced a new free music service for Echo owners. If you’re not a Prime member with access to Prime Music and are not an Amazon Music Unlimited subscriber, you can now stream music from Amazon on your Echo device without paying anything. Read more ›

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Echo device owners get 4 months of Amazon Music Unlimited for Free

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Amazon is offering 4 months Free of Amazon Music Unlimited to Echo device owners as part of their Super Bowl deals. This offer is supposed to be for “new subscribers only,” but if you tried Music Unlimited in the past and but are not a current subscriber, you likely will qualify for the deal. After you go through the sign up process, check the Amazon Music Subscription Settings for your account to verify when your free trial ends. It should say something like “your Unlimited subscription will renew at $0.00,” which indicates you’ll receive the extra free months.

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Amazon Music app is coming to Android TV

A new Amazon Music app for Android TV has just popped up in the Google Play Store, as first spotted by Android Police. Judging by the screenshots, the app appears to be very similar to the one available on Fire TV devices. The app is not available to install just yet, but you can pre-register for it, which will notify you when it’s available. It’s unknown if the app will only be available for NVIDIA Shield TVs, like the Prime Video app for Android TV, or if other Android TV devices will also be able to install the app once it’s released. This new Amazon Music app will give Android TV users access to both Prime Music, which is the 2 million song service that is included for free with a Prime membership, and Amazon Music Unlimited, which is the 50 million song service that requires a separate paid subscription.

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Echo owners get 4 months of Amazon Music Unlimited for Free — UPDATE: Now 3-months for $0.99

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Amazon has extended their Music Unlimited promotion from earlier this month. If you own an Echo device, you can get 4 months of Amazon Music Unlimited 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 that just means you can’t already have an active subscription. If you’ve had Amazon Music Unlimited in the past, you can still be eligible for this promotion and get 4 months for free. Read more ›

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Previous subscribers do qualify for 4 Free Months of Amazon Music Unlimited

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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. Read more ›

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New subscribers of Amazon Music Unlimited get 4 Months Free — Best Offer Ever

Get this Amazon Music Deal

As part of Amazon’s Alexa birthday celebration, they’re giving new Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers 4 months free for signing up. This is the first time Amazon has ever offered such a long trial period at zero cost. You do not need to be a Prime member to take advantage of this offer. You just have to be a first time subscriber. You might also need to own an Echo device to qualify, or it may just be that you need to have an Alexa-enabled device.

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Amazon Music Unlimited service is now available in Canada

Amazon has announced that their Amazon Music Unlimited streaming music service is now available in Canada. The service is available with a 90-day free trial. After that, Prime members will pay CDN $7.99 per month or CDN $79 per year, while non-Prime members will pay CDN $9.99 per month. Those prices are for individual plans, but Family plans for up to six household members are also available for CDN $14.99 per month or CDN $149 per year. The plan options don’t stop there because there is also a CDN $3.99 per month plan that can only be streamed from a single Echo device and a CDN $4.99 per month plan that is only available to students. Amazon Music Unlimited offers multiple millions of songs, versus Prime Music, which only offers a little over 1 million songs.

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Amazon is giving a 6 month Amazon Music Unlimited subscription for Free with most Echo devices

Amazon is now bundling a free 6 month subscription of their music streaming service, Amazon Music Unlimited, with the purchase of most Echo devices. You have to be a new customer to Amazon Music Unlimited to receive the free subscription and it will automatically renew at $7.99 per month after the free 6 months are over if you do not cancel. To receive this deal, you must specifically purchase one of the following Echo device listings, which are listed at the same Prime Day sale price as their regular counterparts: Amazon Echo for $69.99, Echo Dot for $29.99, Echo Spot for $99.99, or Echo Show for $129.99. If you’ve already purchased the solo device today, there doesn’t seem to be a way to receive the free 6 month music subscription afterwards, so you’ll need to either chat with customer support or try to cancel your original order and re-purchase it using the above links.

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All Fire TV devices will be eligible for the $3.99 Amazon Music Unlimited plan later this month

Thanks to Alexa, the Amazon Fire TV line of devices have shared many features with the Amazon Echo line of devices. With the announcement of the new Fire TV Cube, Amazon has blurred the lines between those devices more than ever. That’s why, starting June 21st, when the Fire TV Cube ships, all Fire TVs, Fire TV Sticks, and Fire TV Edition televisions will become eligible for the significantly cheaper $3.99 Amazon Music Unlimited plan that is currently only available to Echo devices. Read more ›

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Amazon Music Unlimited temporarily offering 60-day free trial for new subscribers — Double the usual length

If you’ve never tried Amazon Music Unlimited, the premium subscription music service from Amazon that gives you access to tens of millions of tracks, now is a pretty good time to give it a shot. For a very limited time, Amazon is doubling the usual 30-day free trial to a 60-day free trial through a new promotion. To get in on this offer, follow the instructions on this page. You just need to click a button and sign up to try Amazon Music Unlimited for a full two months at no charge. This offer ends in about a week on March 25th, so sign up soon if you’re interested.

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Amazon Echo devices and Music Unlimited launching in 28 new countries

Amazon has announced that both their Echo speaker and their Music Unlimited service are now available in 28 additional countries. Pricing for both the devices and the music service will vary by country. Music Unlimited will be available in the same three tiers as in US, which is an Echo only plan, a single user plan, and a family plan. The new country additions include Belgium, Bolivia, Bulgaria, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Sweden, and Uruguay. About a week ago, the Echo was also made available in Australia and New Zealand.

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Amazon Music Unlimited is currently $0.99 for 3 months

Amazon is running a new promotion that gets you a 3 month Music Unlimited subscription for just $0.99. The deal is only available for new subscribers to the music service. Note that you will not receive the usual 30-day free trial if you sign up for this deal. You can cancel online at any time and you’ll still have access for the entire 3 months. **hint hint wink wink**

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Amazon is giving $5 to Prime Members for trying a new Music Unlimited subscription [Expired]

If you’re a Prime member and have never tried Amazon’s Music Unlimited subscription service, you can currently get a $5 Amazon credit when you sign up for a free 30-day trial. Unlike past promotions which gave you additional credit towards the music subscription service, this current promotion gives you $5 of general Amazon credit that can be used towards anything Amazon sells. To get your free $5, visit this page, enter promo code MUSIC5, and sign up for the free trial. The credit will automatically appear at checkout the next time you buy something that is shipped and sold by Amazon.com. You can cancel at any time and keep the $5 credit.

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Amazon reduces Music Unlimited subscription price for students to $4.99

Amazon’s Music Unlimited streaming music service is normally $7.99 per month if you’re a Prime member or $9.99 for everyone else. Students now automatically receive a hefty discount that lowers the cost of the service to just $4.99 per month. That price does not require Prime membership. If the student is a Prime Student member, which is free for 6 months and $49.99 annually after, their first half a year of Music Unlimited is just $6. To qualify for the student price of either Music unlimited or Prime members, you must have a .edu email account.

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Get 4 months of Amazon Music Unlimited for $0.99 — Today is the last day [Expired]

If you still haven’t signed up for 4 months of Amazon Music Unlimited for just $0.99, today is the last day. This offer ends tonight at midnight, along with all of the other Prime Day Deals. The beauty of this offer is that there is absolutely no commitment necessary. You can literally cancel the subscription immediately after signing up, and continue to enjoy access to over 30 million songs for 4 months without worrying about remembering to cancel later. If you decide you like the service, you can decide to re-sign up once the 4 months are over. This is by far the best music subscription deal around. Check out the other Prime Day deals that are now live and check back here often because I’ll be posting the best deals all day as they go live.

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Prime members can still get 4 Months of Amazon Music Unlimited for $0.99 [Expired]

For those of you who might have missed the post from last week, you can still get a 4 month Music Unlimited subscription for $0.99. That’s easily the best deal for a music subscription anywhere, which is why I’m posting about it again. Thanks to a comment from RVD26 on the previous post, we’ve learned that you can pay the $0.99, then immediately cancel the subscription, and you’ll still get to enjoy 4 months of music without worrying about remembering to cancel later. This great deal is unfortunately for new subscribers only, so if you’ve already tried Amazon Music Unlimited, you won’t be able to take advantage of this deal. Amazon Music Unlimited offers access to nearly 30 million songs from all of your devices, including the Echo and Fire TV line. For comparison, Prime Music grants access to around 2 million songs. This offer is for Prime members only and will end July 11.

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Prime members can get 4 Months of Amazon Music Unlimited for $0.99 [Expired]

As part of their Prime Day 2017 kick-off, Amazon is offering a 4 month Music Unlimited subscription for $0.99. That’s the best deal for Amazon Music Unlimited that they’ve ever offered. The deal is for new subscribers only, so if you’ve already tried the service, you won’t be able to take advantage of this deal. After the 4 months, the subscription will continue at the regular price, but you can cancel before that happens if you don’t want to pay more than the initial $0.99. Amazon Music Unlimited offers access to nearly 30 million songs from all of your devices. For comparison, Prime Music grants access to around 2 million songs. This offer is for Prime members only.

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