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Amazon Music Unlimited offering 3-month free trial

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Amazon Music Unlimited is offering a 3-month free trial for a limited period as long as you sign up via this link.

This gives you full access to the Amazon Music Unlimited library of 50 million songs, which is on a par with what you get via Spotify or Apple Music.  We subscribe to this ourselves – my son has it linked to his Echo Dot whilst we have a Sonos One (2nd Gen) which sits in our kitchen.

Amazon Music 3-month free trial!

You can also run it off your mobile phone via the Amazon Music app, or any other Alexa-controlled device.

This is totally off-topic, I admit, except for the fact that I use it myself and I think you may appreciate it if you’re stuck at home.

After three months your subscription auto-renews at £9.99 per month (£7.99 per month for Prime members).  Nothing stops you cancelling as soon as you’ve signed up to ensure that you don’t accidentally end up paying – you will still get the three free months, and if you like the service you can easily reverse the cancellation.

The offer is only available to new customers who have not had a trial of, or signed up for, Amazon Music Unlimited in the past.

The link to sign up is here.

Comments (37)

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  • PaulC says:

    Am I being dim – those cargo pallets look to big to get through door 1L or even 4R, so how do they get them in and out? Has a new cargo door been sliced through the fuselage at passenger deck level?

    • PaulC says:

      Scrub that. Just worked out that the netting is a fixture, so the boxes have to be individually loaded and stacked?! That’s a lot of work!

      • Dubious says:

        Yes requires a human chain and an hour or two to load and secure.
        I am surprised there hasn’t been a flexible conveyor belt system adapted for this purpose (I don’t under why in normal times passenger luggage is loaded from a belt onto a cart and then onto another belt to get inside the aircraft rather than a flexible belt system that takes it all the way to the aircraft stand.

  • Jon says:

    Room for a few passengers to lie on top of those boxes, strapped to the webbing, surely. Welcome to the new Premium Cattle Class lie-flat bed, that’ll be five grand to you sir. 😉

  • ChrisC says:

    The F cabin is left in place because the cabin crew still need somewhere to sit during the flight.

    Because of different fire systems in the cargo hold and passenger cabins humans are still required to make regular patrols through the cabin.

    At least the cargo won’t be arguing over not wearing masks or complaining about the food.

    • Charlieface says:

      No, that’s because they can choose not to wear masks, and you bet the food is better than Y.

  • Michael C says:

    Didn’t really see the difference between “Amazon Music Unlimited” and “Amazon Music”, that comes free with Amazon Prime?!

    • Lumma says:

      It’s just the amount of music available. Unlimited is pretty much the same music that you’d get with Spotify, Deeser, etc. The free with Prime music is only about 20% of this, although for most people this will be plenty.

      I tend to just take the free Unlimited upgrade when they offer and cancel before charge me anything.

      • Michael C says:

        Cheers, Lumma, imagined as much!

      • Genghis says:

        And with unlimited you can download. Makes no difference if at home I guess. I use it whilst I travel(led).

        • John says:

          Downloads are free with Prime too?

          • Genghis says:

            You’re right. Thanks. It never used to be when I first subscribed. I think at next renewal I will just go back to Prime Music and see what it’s like.

        • Lady London says:

          Download and keep? hmmm

          Lidl has a free trial of Readly in their app 2 months. Giving it a try but so far prefer the more international selection of magazines in Pressreader and at least Pressreader also has the Daily Mail in their +also better) newspaper section for me to shout at.

          • callum says:

            No, download and use for as long as you’re subscribed for.

          • flyforfun says:

            A lot of the the London Libraries and others are part of a scheme that gives you Press Reader and RB Digital for free. You need to have a library card with them, but it’s saved me ££££ in magazine costs and paper too.

            RE Amazon Prime Music premium, if you have Spotify, it’s not worth paying for it. I did a trial and compared what I found on each and can’t recall seeing something on one that wasn’t on the other. Interfaces were a bit different so you may find something easier on one than the other.

          • Lady London says:

            Ta, @ Callum

  • Super Secret Stuff says:

    Does that mean they’ll be upgrading all passengers to first, lol.

  • Mikeact says:

    Unless it’s yet to kick in, it seems Delta redemptions for KLM flights are the same as earlier this year…oh wait, the KLM redemptions for Delta are the same.

  • LewisB says:

    Just checked and you can still book Delta using Virgin miles to say AMS from JFK for 50,000 points and $5.60. Fewf! Weirdly it doesn’t display on the calendar view, it recommends the KLM redemption as the cheapest which is 48,500 miles and $265 in taxes.

    • Mikeact says:

      That’s how I got my son and girlfriend home earlier this year, 2×$5.60 !

    • Jessiefan says:

      Yeh, booked a one way back via Paris on Delta One a couple of weeks back for 59000 plus £19 tax!
      Not a lot of availability tho.

      Question is if VA goes under by April will Delta still honour flight??

  • Alan says:

    I wouldn’t say that Delta and BA “takes advantage of US residents” with higher taxes, I would say they offset the ludicrously easy miles earning rates in the US with higher taxes to ensure US customers don’t hoover up all the flight availability leaving nothing for those in the UK!

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