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Amazon offers Music Unlimited for $4.99 a month for students

Amazon offers Music Unlimited for $4.99 a month for students

Sarah Jordan October 13, 2017
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Since I am a Prime Student subscriber, I can get Amazon Music Unlimited for the next 6 months for just $6! This saves me $24 off my regular music subscription!

Students can now save on music streaming from Amazon!

Amazon has dropped its price on Music Unlimited for students to just $4.99! This matches the price of student streaming subscriptions from Apple and Spotify. Plus, it’s a big discount from its normal price of $7.99 a month for non-Prime members. If you’re already a Prime Student subscriber, you can get Music Unlimited for just $6 for the first six months. That’s only $1 a month!

This service offers listeners unlimited music and unlimited skips with no ads. Plus, users can download music and listen offline to save data. This offer is for new subscribers only. Users must verify their enrollment in a college or university in order to qualify.

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Sarah Jordan is a creative and fun-loving journalism major at Georgia State University in Atlanta. Sarah is always looking for the next adventure and loves to hike and spend time with her dogs. She's passionate about writing, photography and volunteering with animals.
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