You probably already have some kind of Amazon Echo device in your home, maybe after picking some more up over the holidays last year. While chatting with Alexa is fun and all, one of the best features of the smart speakers is their ability to stream music.
Fortunately, Amazon has its own first-party streaming service to make listening to music super seamless. Right now, you can even score some stellar deals on its various Amazon Music Unlimited plans to try it out for yourself for less.
Amazon has a few different tiers of music streaming as well as different pricing options for its various customers with the best deals usually being made available around Prime Day, Black Friday and Cyber Monday. We've outlined the current best deals at each tier below.
Today's best Amazon Music Unlimited deals and prices:
|Model||Regular Price||Current Deal|
|Amazon Music Unlmited||$9.99/mo||Three months free at Amazon|
|Amazon Music HD||$14.99/mo||Three months free at Amazon|
Here's a breakdown of the best Amazon Music deals available right now and a guide as to why each one might suit you. We'll keep this list updated as new deals become available.
Best Amazon Music Unlimited Deals
- : Amazon Music Unlimited | Three months free at Amazon
- : Amazon Music Unlimited for Prime Student members | $0.99/mo at Amazon
- : Amazon Music Unlimited Single Device Plan | $3.99/mo at Amazon
- : Amazon Music HD | Three months free at Amazon
- : Amazon Music Prime | Free with Prime at Amazon
Amazon Music Unlimited | Three months free at Amazon
Amazon Music Unlimited is a streaming service that's accessible on tons of devices and 70 million songs that you can play on-demand or download to your device. It's entirely ad-free, too. This deal gets you three months' free streaming access for those that are new to the service. It will renew at $9.99 per month (or $7.99 with Prime) for an individual account or $14.99 for a family plan.
Amazon Music Unlimited for Prime Student members | $0.99/mo at Amazon
Amazon Music Unlimited is available for just $0.99 per month if you are an Amazon Prime Student member. You get the same streaming library as the regular plan. If you're not enrolled in Amazon Prime Student, then you can still save on Amazon Music Unlimited with a $4.99 per month subscription.
Amazon Music Unlimited Single Device Plan | $3.99/mo at Amazon
If you just want Amazon Music Unlimited for easy music streaming on your Amazon Echo speaker, then you can get a single device plan for just $3.99 per month. It's even available with a 30-day free trial.
Amazon Music HD | Three months free at Amazon
You can snag a 3-month trial of Amazon Music HD for free, saving you $45. It offers premium quality music with 70 million songs in HD and millions of songs in Ultra HD. New subscribers only.
Amazon Music Prime | Free with Prime at Amazon
If you're already an Amazon Prime member, you actually have two million songs available for streaming as part of your account. The plan includes top playlists, thousands of stations, and offline listening at no extra cost.
Amazon Music Unlimited vs Amazon Music HD: Which is right for me?
Since Amazon offers a few different ways to subscribe to its music service, it can be a little confusing when trying to pick the right version for you.
If you have Amazon Prime, you can try the basic service out at no extra cost, though you'll only have two million songs to stream so you might hit a wall if you want to listen to something more obscure. There's no commitment, so try it out and see how you feel about its catalog.
The next step up is Amazon Music Unlimited which offers 60 million songs for streaming — a similar number to other services — which goes for $10 per month for an individual plan, reduced to $8 per month if you already pay for Prime. You can also get a family plan that works on up to six devices at once for $15 per month.
If you're a student, Amazon offers some extra savings on Amazon Music Unlimited with a discounted $5 per month plan, though you can reduce that even further if you are signed up with Amazon Prime Student.
The top-tier music service from Amazon is Amazon Music HD. It offers the absolute highest quality digital audio for the most discerning of listeners. It has more than 50 million songs in HD and millions of songs in Ultra HD which is perfect for audiophiles. It's a little more expensive at $15 per month, or $13 for Prime members, and $20 for a family plan. You can try it out on its free trial and see if you can hear the difference before committing.
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