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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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  • Jack says:

    Yeah even my Apple Card has 2% cash back when you use Apple Pay aka contactless. I have a Blue Delta Amex but there isn’t much point spending on it unless you have good bonus categories (I think worldwide restaurants ATM is 3 miles/$1).

  • Dev says:

    cargo only flights are a good jolly for cabin crew … they are needed as the main cabins do not have any fire suppression systems!

    • ChrisW says:

      Especially with F seats to lounge about in during the flight! They must be the holy grail of crewing flights right now!

      • Dev says:

        Good on them! They need some respite from all the negativity this year!

  • cinereus says:

    I have absolutely no idea how people survive using things like Spotify and Amazon music. I find at least a dozen tracks missing from their catalogues every day which ends up just being a huge waste of time.

    • Andrew (@andrewseftel) says:

      At least with Spotify, the trick is to let it decide what you listen to – i.e. more like radio. Their machine learning is exceptional and after a short while picking things out manually it will just get on with playing music that you like.

  • Gringo says:

    I can’t believe that no-one’s commented on how this looks like WT feels.

  • Julian says:

    So presumably BA is substantially undercutting the prices charged by the aircraft of freight airlines like UPS and DHL?

    Surely that must be the case as COVID, face mask wearing and/or harsher lockdowns at home mean less stuff in total being bought and needing to move around the world than before so I can’t see how BA or other passenger airlines manage to acquire freight unless they charge significantly less than the normal freight airlines?

    • Bagoly says:

      But on many routes, passenger flights carry material amounts of cargo in the hold.
      So if airlines are running a quarter as many flights on a particular route and using the passenger cabin increases the capacity fourfold (illustrative number only) then capacity is the same as before.

      • TGLoyalty says:

        Yes exactly. Less flights means less capacity and even though cargo requirements might be marginally lower the drop in capacity has increased the price.

  • marcw says:

    Or you use FlyingBlue miles to redeem on Virgin.

  • BlueThroughCrimp says:

    Thought Delta was a 49% shareholder as it was the maximum they were allowed?

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