Amazon Music Unlimited is Now Just $0.99 for Students

Get access to 50 million songs for less than $1 a month. 

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Amazon Prime Day has come and gone, but the savings continue all year long if you keep an eye out. In fact, Amazon has announced that its student subscribers will now only have to pay $0.99 per month for Prime Music Unlimited.

This service typically costs $7.99 a month for Prime members and $4.99 for student members, so this new student deal will save you about $48 annually. If you’re a new student Prime user, you must have a student email address to sign up.

Get Amazon Music Now

If you’re not a Prime member, you can still experience Amazon Unlimited Music for free when you sign up for a 30-day trial subscription ⁠— just don’t forget to cancel your subscription if you don’t want to continue after your month is up. Otherwise, Amazon will automatically charge you. 

Boasting more than 50 million titles, Amazon’s ad-free counterpart to Spotify and Apple Music is compatible with both of Amazon’s hands-free systems, Alexa and Echo. This means you can shout from across the room for Alexa to “turn up,” and she will⁠. And all for less than the price of your daily cup of coffee. 

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Eric Vega

Eric Vega is a Puerto Rican writer and filmmaker working out of Burbank, California. He has covered a plethora of topics in his writing including the looming threat of invasive species, the true spirit of the Juggalos, and why space travel will always be a carnival of nightmares.

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