Amazon is offering new subscribers three months of its Music Unlimited streaming service for free. This offer originally ended 30 April, but has now been extended to 2 June.
Amazon Music Unlimited, which is the company’s answer to Spotify, Deezer and Apple Music, is normally priced at £9.99, or £7.99 for
Prime members. However, now until 2 June, new subscribers can get three months of the Individual Plan for free.
That means access to more than 50 million songs ad-free, playlists and stations, which you can listen to on desktop and mobile devices, as well as via
Fire TV or
Ordinarily, new subscribers get a 30-day free trial, so in essence you’re getting an extra two months added on to your trial.
You can sign up for three months of Amazon Music Unlimited for free here.
After your three free months, your subscription will automatically renew at £9.99 per month unless you cancel, so if you don’t intend to continue using the service you should be sure to cancel before you begin getting charged.
You won’t be able to get your hands on this deal if you are already in the free trial of Amazon Music Unlimited, if you are a current paying customer of Amazon Music Unlimited, or if you have previously had a free trial or paid for the service.
It’s also not valid for Music Unlimited Family, Student, Single Device, Annual plan or sign-ups via iTunes.
You can find out more about Amazon Music Unlimited and how it compares with rivals in our round-up of
best music streaming services.