If you’re anything like us, you’ll have different playlists for different moods. We like to blast Megan Thee Stallion when we’re working out, listen to Hak Baker on melancholic walks, and enjoy The Streets when we’re working from home — there’s something about a Brummie accent that gets us hyped for the working day.


No matter where you are or what you’re listening to, you want the audio quality to be great, the tracks to transition seamlessly, and your favourite artists readily available to listen to. Other bonuses, which we now don’t think we could live without, include ad-free listening. Imagine you’re DJ-ing at a friend’s house and a voice advertising university clearing positions comes on the speakers. Mood kill to say the very least.

An on-demand music service which has all of the above is Amazon Music Unlimited, and with its two month free trial, you can try it for absolutely nothing. Let’s find out more about it.

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Get two months free Amazon Music Unlimited

What's better than a one month free trial? Two months, of course! Amazon Music Unlimited has upgraded its free trial by an extra month, so you can listen to your favourite songs without spending a penny for that little bit longer.

For a limited time only, from today until Tuesday 29th August, music-lovers can sign-up to Amazon Music Unlimited to listen to their favourite artists and tracks for absolutely free for two months. Sign-up below to get started today.

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What is Amazon Music Unlimited?

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From Amazon comes Amazon Music Unlimited: an on-demand music service which promises absolutely no adverts.

You have unlimited access to any song from the 90 million track strong library, so if you want to play Olivia Rodrigo's song Driver’s Licence 34 times in a row, you can. We’d recommend chatting to a friend if that’s the case, though… Amazon Music Unlimited also has unlimited skips and hands-free listening with Alexa, too.

And it’s not just music that Amazon Music Unlimited delivers on – it’s podcasts, too. The service has over 70,000 shows, with titles including Serial, Pod Save America, and DJ Khaled’s The First One.

Amazon Music Unlimited also offers lossless audio streaming across a lot of its content. This is partly because Amazon Music HD — which used to be a separate, more expensive tier of Amazon Music — is now included with Amazon Music Unlimited.

Amazon Music Unlimited doesn’t include audiobooks. However, they do also have a service for that called Audible.

Amazon Music UK price: How much is Amazon Music Unlimited?

Before we get onto the price, let’s firstly distinguish between Amazon Music and Amazon Music Unlimited.

Amazon Music is included in your Amazon Prime membership (which costs £8.99 per month after the free 30-day free trial), and this will get you the base version of the music library. Amazon Music Unlimited is the extended library, and will set you back £10.99 per month, or £8.99 a month if you’re already an Amazon Prime member.

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Is Amazon Music free with Prime?

Amazon Music is free with Amazon Prime, but Amazon Music Unlimited isn’t.

Amazon Music Unlimited will cost Amazon Prime members £8.99 per month, and non-members £10.99 a month. For this fee, you’ll have access to an additional 70 million songs (Amazon Music has 20 million songs, whereas Amazon Music Unlimited has 90 million).

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Is there an Amazon Music Unlimited free trial in the UK?

Yes, there is a free trial period for two months, having been extended from 30-days. And it's always worth keeping a look out for further deals, too, as occasionally free trials for new listeners can last longer (up to four months).

Of course, as ever with these deals, it will automatically renew at the end of that period, so you'll have to stay switched on if you don't want to renew.

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Does Amazon Music Unlimited have a family plan in the UK?

Lucky for you, yes, there is an Amazon Music Unlimited family plan, and you can try it for free! It then costs £16.99 per month.

Up to six people can listen to music at any one time, so it’s perfect for a big family or a group of friends. Plus, with more people listening to the music platform, the more likely you are to split the bill.

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Amazon Music vs Unlimited: which Amazon music service is better for you?

If you're looking to save your pennies, Amazon Music is 100% free. Remember it is the most basic music subscription service from Amazon though, so it does have its drawbacks. There's no skipping to your favourite tune as music plays in shuffle mode.

For a more premium service, Amazon Music Unlimited is the one for you. It allows users, Prime or non-Prime members, to listen to music with unlimited skips and in offline mode if needed. It may seem a little pricey, but we think the perks are worth it, from tracks in HD and Ultra HD, to a useful family plan option.

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