Amazon Music Unlimited is free for 4 months as part of an early Prime Day promotion — here’s how to claim the deal

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Amazon Prime Day 2022 isn’t set to officially being until July 12, but members can already snag a great deal on Amazon Music Unlimited. The ad-free music streaming service offers subscribers access to millions of songs for a starting price of $9 a month.

New subscribers typically get a 30-day free trial, but Amazon has extended its trial to up to four months as part of its special early Prime Day promotion. This limited-time deal matches what we saw last year, and even non-Prime members can take advantage of an extended trial.

Best early Prime Day deals on Amazon Music Unlimited

Amazon is running an early Prime Day deal on its Music Unlimited streaming service. As part of the promotion, new Music Unlimited subscribers can get an extended free trial of up to four months. The regular trial only lasts 30 days, so this is a great opportunity to snag three extra months for free. 

The four-month trial is now available to new Music Unlimited subscribers with an Amazon Prime membership. After the trial ends, the service costs $9 a month. If you don’t have an Amazon Prime membership, you can get an extended three-month trial instead. Non-Prime members will then pay $10 a month after the trial ends.

In the lead up to last year’s Prime Day event, Prime Members could also get six months of Music Unlimited free with the purchase of select Echo devices. As of writing, it’s not clear if Amazon will bring this deal back in 2022.  

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