Amazon just announced a new Prime Student exclusive - Amazon Music Unlimited for $0.99 per month
- New and existing Prime Student subscribers can now add Amazon Music Unlimited to their subscription for just $0.99 per month.
- Amazon Music Unlimited gives you access to 50 million songs and provides features like ad-free listening, unlimited skips, and offline streaming.
- If you don't have a Prime Student account, you can sign up using your ".edu" email address to gain access to the exclusive Amazon Music Unlimited deal.
Students are gearing up for another fall semester at college. If you're one of them, having access to a wide variety of music can help you get through those marathon study sessions or just unwind after a long day on campus.Amazon is now offering an exclusive Amazon Music Unlimited deal to its list of Prime Student benefits. As of August 6, any existing Prime Student subscriber can add Amazon Music Unlimited to their monthly or annual membership for just $0.99 more a month. Amazon Prime members pay $7.99 a month and nonmembers pay $9.99 a month to use the premium streaming service.Advertisement
While all Prime and Prime Student memberships have access to over 2 million songs through Prime Music, Amazon Music Unlimited offers streaming capabilities for more than 50 million songs both old and new. In addition, your Music Unlimited add-on offers ad-free listening, unlimited skips, offline streaming, and much more.
If your dorm or off-campus housing is decked out with Amazon Echo devices, you can also listen to your new Amazon Music Unlimited subscription through those smart speakers. When listening through an Alexa-enabled device, you'll gain access to Side-by-Sides, which are artist commentary tracks related to their own music.Don't have a Prime Student membership, but have an active ".edu" email address? No problem. Currently, you can sign up for a free 6-month Prime Student trial. Once your account is set up, you'll be able to add Amazon Music Unlimited to your free trial for just $0.99 a month. Once your trial ends, your Prime Student membership will go up to $6.49 a month, half of what a regular Prime subscription costs, plus your $0.99 premium music add-on.
If you don't have a ".edu" email address, you can sign up using an alternate form of proof of enrollment.Whether you're heading into your freshman or senior year of college, now is a great time to check out some of the benefits that Prime Student has to offer, especially snagging Amazon Music Unlimited for just $0.99 a month.
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