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Listen to this year's hottest hits with Amazon Music Unlimited, because you can get three months of streaming for free for Black Friday.
This offer is available to new or returning Amazon Music Unlimited users – Amazon Music Unlimited is a music streaming service with a library of over 100 million songs, including new releases and curated playlists. In addition, the service unlocks on-demand playback and unlimited skips, which are not available with the free Amazon Music Prime (see below).
For reference, Amazon Music Unlimited trials are usually just one-month long, while the service is regularly $9.99 per month ($8.99 for Prime members), which means you'll save upwards of $29.97 with this offer.
This offer is available online for a limited time. Once your free three-month subscription is over, you will be charged the standard monthly rate, but you can cancel your membership at any time.
Posted November 1: Stream 100 Million Songs for FREE with Amazon Prime
Tap into millions of hits with Amazon.ca, where over 100 million songs are now available to stream for free with Amazon Music Prime.
Amazon Music Prime is an ad-free music streaming service included with all Amazon Prime memberships. Previously, the service was underwhelming with a music library of just two million songs, but Amazon added an additional 98 million songs to the service on November 1, including new releases like Taylor Swift's Midnights.
However, the much larger selection does come with two major caveats – while you can choose any album or playlist to stream, songs can only be played in shuffle mode and you are limited to six track skips per session. A paid Amazon Music Unlimited membership is required if you want to play songs on-demand and get unlimited skips, which costs an additional $8.99 per month.
Amazon Music Prime is available to all Amazon Prime members in Canada at no extra charge – click here to get a 30-day Prime free trial to try the service.