Bookworms! Now’s your chance to grab 3 months of Amazon Music for free

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What are you waiting for? Let’s pump up the jams!

For those of you left out of the loop, Amazon offers an unlimited music streaming service for subscribers. Fittingly, they coined it Amazon Music Unlimited. The ad-free streaming service offers tens of thousands of songs from yesteryear to today, and for a limited time, Amazon book buyers can snag 90-days of the service for free with the purchase of an eligible book. 

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Don’t see the big deal? Well, Amazon Music Unlimited isn’t just a streaming service–it also offers downloads, so you can listen offline, too. It even includes hand-curated playlists and stations customized for you, so you’ll never run out of new tunes. 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. (Current Echo owners are also eligible for a free six-month trial of the service, click here to learn more about that deal). 

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Not looking to buy a book but still want in? That’s cool, too. Amazon offers all new users a 30-day free trial of the service. After the trial has ended, Amazon Music Unlimited will renew at its regular price of $9.99/month ($7.99/month for Prime Members). Which is about the same cost as many of the other streaming services, like Spotify and Apple Music. But as will all Amazon services, if you decide that this isn’t for you, the only thing standing between you and a canceled membership is a click of a button. 

Click here for your free trial of Amazon Music Unlimited

 

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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.