Amazon raises Music Unlimited streaming prices in the US and UK
Hot off the Press – Amazon Raises Music Unlimited Streaming Prices
Looks like Amazon is playing their own tune, with the news just out that they are raising their Music Unlimited Streaming prices in the US and UK.
For music buffs out there, you may be familiar with the Amazon Music Unlimited streaming service. It offers access to millions of songs, and normally costs £9.99/month for Premium access, however Amazon has announced that this is getting a bit of an increase.
Premium now costs £10.99/month, and a family plan for 6 individuals is getting an additional 50p tacked on, and will now cost £14.99/month. Ouch!
How to Make the Most of This
Not to worry, as you can still make some great savings on all these plans. If you’re an Amazon Prime customer, you can use this to get a reduced rate on Music Unlimited for £7.99/month, or the family plan for £14.99/month.
Here are some other ways you can save:
- Use Amazon student discount to get 50% off your Amazon Music Unlimited plan.
- Sign up for the annual plan to get your own exclusive discounted rate.
- Take advantage of any Amazon Music Unlimited deals or promotions that may be available.
- Cut your costs even further by purchasing used CDs or vinyls through Amazon.
Making Sense of it All
Rising prices are often disheartening, but this might just be a case of Amazon getting in the groove of their own music streaming business. Let’s face it, Netflix probably isn’t too keen on the competition, and this could just be Amazon’s way of showing them who’s boss!
At the end of the day, whatever Amazon decides to do, we can still enjoy great savings and get our daily music fix.
So it looks like we can put this price change news in the win column for Amazon – Let’s hope they put a happy beat on it!