Skip To Content

    Amazon Music Unlimited Is 100% Free For Three Whole Months So You Can (Finally) Stop Putting Up With Commercials

    Tens of millions of songs, free for three months, then yours to listen to basically whenever, wherever for $10 per month β€” or less.

    We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI β€” prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.

    Attention, anyone who loves listening to music or just gets tired of hearing to the same songs over and over, *especially* when they're interlaced with annoying commercials! Amazon Music, which has thousands of albums and songs you love (and thousands more to discover), is giving away three full free months when you sign up!

    CBC

    And after those months are over, it's $7.99/month if you're a Prime Member or $9.99/month if you're not! (That's for the individual plan. They also offer a family plan that lets you stream on up to six devices at once! That's $14.99/month; if you're a Prime Member, you can get a 30 day free trial.) You can cancel anytime.

    (If you're wondering: here's the difference between Amazon Music Free, Prime Music and Amazon Music Unlimited.)

    What's included (besides absolutely ZERO commercials)? Well, to start: unlimited access to any song in the library β€” that's tens of millions of songs β€” on basically all of your devices (there are apps for that), including Alexa.

    Amazon

    It's on-demand and always ad-free, you can always listen offline (and there are no limited skips), and it connects with your Alexa so you can ask her to play anything you want, even if your hands are kinda messy from making dinner.

    To curate all the music *you* love most, you can save songs (and artists and pre-curated playlists) to your personal library then create your own playlists, or just play the albums (or songs or artists) that you're in the mood for.

    Amazon

    (Don't judge me.)

    But if you love to discover new music, prefer not to have to figure out the perfect playlist, or just feel lazy, they also offer hundreds of pre-curated, regularly updated playlists β€” as well as radio stations β€” you can listen to at any point, too!

    Amazon

    And you can sort 'em by genre (there are 23!) or mood, to find the right music for whatever moment you're in. It seems like the difference = playlists are curated by people and may have a limited number of songs that play in a designated order (unless you shuffle 'em), where stations have lots of songs under that category that play in a random order.

    Oh and obviously they have tons of new releases, if you like to stay on top of ~the music scene~ or just are always on the lookout for something super fresh.

    Amazon

    This is just a small selection of the newly released albums!

    You don't *have* to always have an internet connection to listen, either. Whether you're headed to your basement where your wifi can't reach or just don't want to use a bunch of your phone data by streaming your same favorite playlists every day, you can select music to download and have it available to play whenever.

    Family Channel

    The download feature's only available on the iOS, Android, and Amazon Fire Tablet apps (not the desktop or through the web browser).

    So if you're tired of listening to commercials or just want to find tons of new music match your daily moods, Amazon Music Unlimited might just be the ticket! Get the free three-month trial ($7.99+/month after) on Amazon.

    (Or get a family plan that lets you stream on up to six devices at once for $14.99/month; if you're a Prime Member, you can get a free 30-day trial.)

    You, jamming out to all the music without a single ad interruption:

    Marvel / Disney

    Looking for more great Amazon finds? Check out some of our favorite cheap things to buy on Amazon, some of the weirdest things on Amazon you might actually want, or read through all the rest of our incredible Amazon product recommendations.

    Need A Shopping Buddy?

    Get great products - from pros in the fine art of buying stuff online - delivered to your inbox!
    Newsletter signup form