Prime Student customers can get Amazon Music Unlimited for $0.99

Amazon has announced that new and existing Prime Student customers can subscribe to Amazon Music Unlimited for just $0.99 per month. For those without Prime Student, Amazon offers a six-month trial for the service giving you time to appraise whether the service is worth paying money for.

With Amazon Prime Student, those in education already save 50% off Prime membership (annually or monthly), by adding Amazon Music Unlimited into the mix for just $0.99, students save $7 based on the price everyone else pays. As a bonus, those with Alexa-powered devices can ask for songs to be played, sourced directly from Amazon Music Unlimited.

Commenting on the offer, Cem Sibay, VP of Amazon Prime, said:

“Music is truly an integral part of campus life and bringing Amazon Music’s premium subscription tier to Prime Student members lets students enjoy their favorite artists, songs and playlists on demand and ad-free at an incredibly low price. With Prime Student, members can enjoy this new music benefit along with exclusive student offers throughout the year, making it easy to access the best of shopping and entertainment from Prime at a great value.”

Of course, by using Prime, you’ll also get the other benefits that it brings including Amazon Day which launched earlier this year and allows you to select a specific day that you would like parcels to be delivered on. If you’re a student with upcoming exams, you could use that service to have parcels arrive on a day that you’re free from classwork. To find out more head on over to the Prime Student website.

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