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What with the cost of living soaring and a huge amount of us selling our physical record collection: accessing our favourite music can feel like a slight mission. However, the folks over at Amazon Music are here to help – offering an incredible free three month trial to their entire catalogue. So whether you want to listen to Lady Gaga or Mozart, your favourite Podcast or album- accessing this extensive world of sounds has never been easier (or cheaper).
Most Amazon deals tend to be exclusively for existing Prime members, which makes sense. However this November 14th they are opening up the doors to everyone and offering three months of free music, podcast and audio adventures.
Starting November 14th until January. Prime and Non-Prime members can get a three-month subscription to Amazon Music Unlimited for free.
This deal is only redeemable towards the Amazon Music Unlimited Individual Monthly Plan. Excluded from the offer are customers who are currently in a free trial of Amazon Music Unlimited, paying customers of Amazon Music Unlimited, or anyone who has previously used the service. We should also note that the subscription will automatically renew at full price after the promotional period, but you can cancel this at anytime.
So what exactly do you get with Amazon Music Unlimited? This popular service offers unlimited access to 100 million songs and thousands of playlists without adverts. Every user can stream and download their favourite tunes with unlimited skips, plus follow all their favourite podcasts. It’s free, so you don’t have anything to lose by giving it a try.
The three-month deal also offers Spotify users a chance to try out the alternative music streaming service, which has become the preferred music streaming site for audiophiles. Most notably, Amazon Music outperforms Spotify in audio quality, offering higher fidelity tracks at no extra charge that allows for a lossless listening experience that comes impressively to the quality of the original recording.
After the initial three month trial period the access will cost £9.99 a month (£10.99 for non-Prime members). However if the trial wasn’t for you then you can cancel the subscription with ease:
So, what have you got to lose?