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Jam out for pennies with Amazon Music Unlimited for Students

50 million songs for only 99 cents a month.


Jaime Carrillo


Amazon Prime is chock full of features that often go untapped. Amazon Music Unlimited is one such feature. It offers one of the internet’s biggest music libraries to jam out to both new and classic tunes. And if you’re a student, it’s cheap to gain instant access.

What is Amazon Prime Student?

Two-day shipping and access to Prime Video is a great value at $119 a year, but if you’re still a student, you’re treated to a considerable discount. Firstly, you get six free months to try out Amazon Prime, and when your trial is over, the service is only $6.49 a month. The features you can take advantage of include exclusive deals, free product samples, free video games and loot, and of course free shipping and access to Prime Video.

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What is Amazon Music Unlimited?

Amazon Music Unlimited is Amazon’s answer to iTunes, Spotify, Soundcloud, and other music streaming services. It’s a subscription-based service that offers unlimited ad-free streaming to 50 million songs. Plus, it’s compatible voice-activated Amazon devices including Echo, which will let you play Lil Nas X on a loop without lifting a finger. You can even listen offline with unlimited skips, which makes it perfect for traveling.

Amazon Music Unlimited for Students

Amazon Music Unlimited has many tailor-made plans with varied prices, including one just for students. Normally, the student plan runs $4.99 a month, but for a limited time, it’s only 99 cents a month. However, if you don’t want to dive into a Prime membership just yet, you can gain instant access for only $4.99 a month after a month-long free trial.


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