AMAZON MUSIC UNLIMITED IS WHEELIN' AND DEALIN'



To promote the upcoming Black Friday sale, Amazon has drastically cut the cost of its Amazon Music Unlimited streaming service for first-time users. Valid 11/13-12/23 the offer gives users three months of streaming access for 99¢.

The offer's only available to one customer per account, so pawning off trial subscriptions as gifts to the extended family is out. But it is available to Prime and non-Prime subscribers alike at the same price. Once the three months are up, the monthly rate goes up to $7.99 for Prime members, and $9.99 for everyone else. Check out the fine print here.

What other incentives will push streaming subs as the holiday season kicks into gear? Stay tuned.

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