Skip to main content

Echo owners can try Amazon Music free for four whole months right now

Amazon Music hero
Amazon Music hero (Image credit: Android Central)

Amazon is offering Echo owners four months of Amazon Music Unlimited (opens in new tab) for free. That'd normally cost you $40, but there's a catch. You have to be a new user to the service.

Amazon Music Unlimited gets you access to millions of songs. You can listen offline, skip as many times as you want, and listen hands-free using your Alexa device (opens in new tab).

Note that the subscription automatically renews at the $7.99 per month rate for Prime members (opens in new tab) or $9.99 for non-Prime Members unless you cancel it beforehand. Cancellation is easy; just go to your Amazon Subscription Settings.

If you don't have an Echo device, you can still try Amazon Music Unlimited for free (opens in new tab), albeit for a shorter time period.

Wondering how Amazon Music Unlimited stacks up against Spotify? Android Central has you covered. Oh, and if you think you'll prefer Spotify, there's a deal on that too.

See at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Louryn saves money on everything she buys (which is a lot.) In between waiting for Amazon deliveries, she pines for the next Elder Scrolls installment and checks Reddit for gaming rumors. She also loves Hearthstone, makeup, and beer. Find her on Twitter: @lourynstrampe