Amazon Music Unlimited is Just 99 Cents for Prime Students

Posted on August 6, 2019 by Paul Thurrott in Music + Videos with 7 Comments

Here’s a new perk for students who also subscribe to Amazon Prime: They can get Amazon Music Unlimited for 99 cents per month.

“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,” Amazon’s Cem Sibay said. “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.”

The student version of Amazon Prime is called Prime Student. It is available to students of two- and four-year colleges and costs $6.49 per month (or $60 per year). By comparison, Amazon Prime (for non-students) costs $120 per year and Amazon Music Unlimited is $7.99 per month (or roughly $96 per year).

Amazon Music Unlimited works similarly to Spotify and Apple Music and offers a library of over 50 million songs with apps on both Android and iOS and full Alexa voice command integration. You can learn more about Amazon Music Unlimited for Prime Students on the Amazon website.

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7 responses to “Amazon Music Unlimited is Just 99 Cents for Prime Students”

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