Amazon is offering a free 30-day subscription to its recently announced Music Unlimited service. But to sweeten the deal, Prime members can currently grab a $20 credit towards this service too.
Here’s how it works. First you’ll want to hit this landing page and click on “a gift for Prime members.” You’ll start up your 30-day trial and the credit will automatically be applied after the first month. Amazon usually charges $8 per billing cycle for this service, so you’re essentially getting three and a half months of service for free. It’s important that you cancel within this window if you don’t want to continue on with your subscription. Note: this offer is for new subscribers only.
With an Amazon Music Unlimited subscription, you get access to tens of millions of songs, thousands of Playlists hand-curated by Amazon’s music experts, and personalized Stations. Music is available on-demand and ad-free, with unlimited plays. New albums and songs are typically added to the Amazon Music Unlimited catalog on the day they’re released in the Digital Music Store. New subscribers are eligible for a 30-day free trial of Amazon Music Unlimited or Amazon Music Unlimited Family plan. When you start a free trial, you have full access to Amazon Music Unlimited until the trial end date.