Get 4 months of Amazon Music Unlimited for less than $1

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TL;DR: Get your favorite songs on-demand and ad-free with 4 months of Amazon Music Unlimited for only $.99 — normally $9.99 per month, that’s a ridiculous savings.


The holidays are upon us, and that means you will be cooking, cleaning, decorating, entertaining, and wrapping gifts until you drop. So what is the most important ingredient to keep the Festivus season rolling in style? Why, music, of course. Lots and lots of music. 

Listen up people, because Amazon has an insane deal rolling right now on their Music Unlimited streaming service, with four months of access to a library of 50 million songs for just $.99. Usually $9.99 per month, you’ll save a whopping $38.97 when you sign up. 

Throw some Lizzo on to get the party jumping, or kick it old school with some classic Bing Crosby for that traditional holiday vibe. Or maybe rock out with some hair metal to help get you through hosting Thanksgiving dinner this year. 

That $.99 gets you unlimited access to millions of songs, on-demand and ad-free just the way nature intended. You can even listen offline with unlimited skips if you want to set up some some me-time away from the family circus and decompress with Mariah. 

Amazon Music Unlimited also comes with hands-free listening on Alexa devices, and is even good for streaming on iOS and Android with the app. Best of all, you will find curated playlists and personalized stations to cover all your holiday mood swings. 

One caveat: the regular monthly subscription rate of $7.99 for Prime members, or $9.99 for non-Prime, will start automatically after the four months are up. But if you don’t want to keep it, you can cancel at anytime. So if you are looking for something else besides Spotify or Apple Music, try Amazon Music Unlimited for the awesome limited time price of $.99.

   

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