music unlimited free

Foto: sourceAmazon Music Facebook

  • Black Friday 2019 is on November 29, but deals have already begun to surface.
  • As an early Black Friday deal, Amazon Music Unlimited is offering new members access to tens of millions of songs for $0.99 for the first four months (regularly priced at $7.99 per month).
  • There are plenty of other deals coming up soon on Amazon, but you can expect some of the retailer’s best Black Friday deals will be on its own products and services.
  • Looking for other deals? Check out our curated list of deals at Walmart, Target, Kohl’s, and more.

The competition for the best Black Friday 2019 deals is already heating up, despite the fact that it doesn’t actually begin until November 29. Amazon is already offering deals, like four months of access to its premium streaming service Amazon Music Unlimited for just $1 (for new subscribers only).

Amazon Music Unlimited is basically the retailer’s version of Spotify. It gives you access to over 50 million songs, including new releases, and you can listen commercial-free on pretty much any device – including your computer, tablet, and phone – via an app.

The service generally costs $7.99 a month for Prime members or $9.99 a month for non-members. If you want to check out a full review of the service and how it works, Reporter Remi Rosmarin has got you covered – just click the article below.

Read more: Amazon’s Music Unlimited streaming service offers surprisingly great value for Prime members – here’s what it’s like to use

Lees ook op Business Insider

The $1 Amazon Music Unlimited access is only going on for a limited time, so new members should take advantage of the deal before the offer is over. Once the promotion ends, you can either cancel your membership or continue to pay the full $7.99 rate.

Considering that this trial will set you back only $1, it’d be a shame to subject yourself to all those half-played samples on your Echo for the next four months.

Get Amazon Music Unlimited for $1 for the first four months here.