Here’s how you can get 4 months of Amazon Music Unlimited for free

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Do you own an Echo device? If so, new subscribers to Amazon Music Unlimited can get four months of the service without paying a cent. Valued at $39.96, it’s as if Amazon is handing you $40–and before you even ask, no you don’t have to be a Prime member.

New to Amazon Music? Here’s the rundown: Amazon Music Unlimited is an ad-free streaming service with a library of tens of millions of songs and unlimited skips. You can even download your tunes for offline listening, which will save you precious megabytes of data. Complete with a music algorithm, the service even offers personalized playlists and suggestions.

Compatible with nearly every smart device, you can listen to whatever you want, wherever you are. Plus, if you own an Amazon device, you can just ask Alexa to switch up the mix, so you don’t have to. And if you don’t remember the name of the song? Not a problem! You can still play it just by asking Alexa, “Play the song that goes…” and then singing the lyrics.

And if you’re not already an Amazon Echo owner, you may want to consider one. These lil devices may look tiny, but they’re pretty mighty. Consider the Echo line your speakers, personal assistant, meteorologist, and in some cases, the brains behind your smart home. The price for an Amazon Echo is as low as $39.99 too, which makes them pretty affordable (especially when compared to other Bluetooth speakers).

The deal is good through November 11, so if you want it, grab it now!

Sign up for free here

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Marisa Losciale

Marisa Losciale

Marisa Losciale specializes in NSFW culture, audio gear, and photography. A former editorial and photo director for Spoon University at SUNY New Paltz, her work has been featured in the Rockwell Center for American Visual Studies, Post-Trash, the New Paltz Oracle, and the Legislative Gazette.