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Deal Alert: Students Can Get Amazon Music Unlimited for Less Than $1 a Month

Alivia McAtee

Alivia McAtee

Staff Writer

2 min. read

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Back to school just got better: Amazon announced Tuesday that new and current Prime Student members can subscribe to Amazon Music Unlimited for just $.99/month. 

Whether you’re DJing the party or need some Mozart for studying, the 50 million songs and thousands of curated playlists and stations included with Amazon Music Unlimited will have you covered all semester.  

Amazon Music Unlimited is normally $7.99/month, so getting it for less than $1 is a great deal. Plus, students already get a discounted Prime Membership for $6.49/month, less than half of the regular price of $12.99/month. 

Other popular music streaming memberships with student discounts will still set you back a lot more than $.99/month. Spotify and Apple Music for students both cost $4.99/month, though Spotify’s subscription also includes Hulu and SHOWTIME. To read more about different options, check out our review of the best music streaming services. 

If you don’t already have a Prime Student Membership, you can sign up today for a free six-month trial. The membership includes all of the benefits of Prime (think free delivery, unlimited movie and TV streaming, and more), plus deals and promotions just for students.

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