Amazon Music Unlimited Family is just £3 for three months
Amazon Music Unlimited is now just £3 for three months for a Family subscription to the service. This deal comes hot-on-the-heels of Amazon’s Black Friday offer of three months of Music Unlimited for just 99p.
Instead of the £14.99 per month fee for a family package, Amazon is knocking off a whopping £41 to give it to you for just £3. That’s the equivallent of £1 a month for a Family package, which gives you access to six accounts hooked into one subscription. If you fancy splitting that cost between friends, you can’t say no to three months of Music Unlimited for 50p each.
Access to Amazon Music Unlimited grants you use of up to 40 million songs and its more feature-filled than the Amazon Prime Music subscription you get access to with Amazon Prime.
You can get the Amazon Music Unlimited deal by heading over to the Amazon Music Unlimited website and entering the code FAMILY3 when signing up to the Family Plan. Amazon’s deal runs from 1 December until 23 December and, just so you’re aware, you won’t get your first 30-day free trial with this offer.
A standard Amazon Music Unlimited plan costs £7.99 a month for Amazon Prime Members and £9.99 for non-members. With a Student Plan setting back students £4.99 a month and £3.99 for those signing up to the Echo plan. So, even if you’re going to be using the Family Plan by yourself, it’s still cheaper to snap this deal up than go for anything else.
Sign up for Amazon Music Unlimited Family Plan here
One boon for Amazon Music Unlimited over the likes of, say, Spotify or Google Play, is its integration with Amazon Echo and Alexa voice controls. Many people already use Amazon Echo devices but aren’t tied to the likes of Amazon Prime, this could be a gateway to jumping into Amazon’s bigger service.
If you’re wondering what you can listen to on Amazon Prime Music, Amazon also revealed its most listened to artists on the service over the first year of its release. Aside from a surprise entry by Fleetwood Mac at nine, Elvis Presley at six and The Beatles at four, the rest of the list is pretty much what you might expect, with Ed Sheeran taking the number one spot.
You can sign up to Amazon Music Unlimited here, and go whole-hog with a Prime membership here.
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