Students can now get Amazon’s Music Unlimited for half price

If you’re a music loving student, Amazon has an offer that you may be interested in. It has launched a new payment bracket for Music Unlimited, meaning that if you’re a student, you can subscribe for just $4.99 (£4.99) a month. 

What’s more, there’s a special incentive to mark the launch of this new price bracket. If you sign up now, you get the first six months for just $6 (£6).

The Music Unlimited service gives you access to over 40 million songs and thousands of curated playlists and personalised stations. This service typically costs $7.99 for Prime members and $9.99 for non-Prime customers. 

Sweeter than the competition

With the vast number of streaming services available on the market, it makes sense for Amazon to be offering something to try and sweeten the deal. What’s interesting is that the new price matches Spotify’s student pricing.

Of course, one of the benefits of having your music streaming service provided by Amazon is that if you want to use an Alexa-powered speaker, all of the benefits of your streaming service are available using just your voice. 

Spotify is also available on Amazon’s speakers too, but if you’re torn between the two, that first six months are a pretty big incentive.

We have reached out to Amazon to confirm if this deal is extending to Australia.

Note: We are not writer of this article, original source is mentioned below.

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