Amazon Offering A Free 60-Day Trial For Music Unlimited

Amazon, today, kicked off an extended free trial for its Music Unlimited service. Instead of offering just 30 days for trying out Amazon Music Unlimited, the retailer has doubled the free trial length to 60 days. Giving everyone plenty of time to try out Amazon Music Unlimited before needing to pay for the service. All you need to do is hit this link and hit the "Redeem Now' button on the page. You'll then sign up for Amazon Music Unlimited. It'll give you 30 days initially, but once those 30 days are up, it'll automatically give you the second 30 days in a promotional credit. So it will ask for your billing information, but it won't bill you for at least 60 days.

This promotion is only available for the individual plan, which is normally $9.99 per month. But that does include access to all of Amazon's music as well as streaming on Amazon Echo devices. Amazon Music Unlimited has "tens of millions" of songs available, now while it may not have every single song out there, it will have the majority of them. All of which are available to stream instantly. Amazon does allow you to download music to be played when there's no internet connection (or when you want to save your data), and you can also create a radio station based on a song, artist or genre, which is great for helping you find even more music that you may have never heard of before. It's a great experience, and it's definitely worth trying for two months.

Amazon says that this promotion is only good through March 25th, so you have a little over a week to take advantage of this extended free trial, and it's definitely a good idea to do so. Especially if you've been thinking of checking out Amazon Music Unlimited, and maybe switching from your current music streaming service like Spotify, Pandora or Google Play Music Unlimited. You can sign up for Amazon Music Unlimited by hitting the link below.

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