Discounted Amazon Music Unlimited Subscription for Students

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For a limited time, Amazon is offering students 6 months of Music Unlimited Subscription for only $6, then only $4.99/month after.

With Amazon Music Unlimited, you have access to tens of millions of songs with new releases from today’s most popular artists.  Unlike other music streaming services, you don’t have to worry about random ads in between and not being able to skip to the next song.

Amazon Music is ad-free with unlimited skips and you can even download all your songs and playlists for offline listening.  No internet, no problem!  You can still continue listening to your favorite jams anytime and anywhere.

To qualify for Amazon Music Unlimited for Students, you should be currently enrolled in a degree-granting college or university.  All you need to do is to go through a verification of your enrollment or provide one of the following:

  • Official Enrollment Letter
  • Class Schedule
  • Registration/Tuition Receipt
  • Transcript
  • Other school issued document that displays your first/last name, an issue date from the current term or within the last three months

Once you complete your 6 month-subscription (for $6), you can continue the service for only $4.99/month if you are a Prime Student member.

Amazon’s Prime Student program is a great and practical way to enjoy all the perks of a Prime Membership for half the price (and a longer trial period too).

Unlike the regular $99/year Prime subscription with a 30-day trial period, Prime Student lets you try out the service for 6 months, and just pay $49/year once you’re ready to commit.

The 6-month trial period is free as long as you are an actively enrolled college student of which you have to provide proof upon request and a valid e-mail address that contains the domain suffix “.edu.”

Begin your Amazon Music Unlimited registration process by clicking HERE.