Students can get in on Amazon Music‘s streaming service on the low, as the e-commerce giant offers an insane price cut for those heading back to school!
Amazon Music Unlimited (for students) is available starting today for just $4.99 per month (normally $7.99 for Prime subscribers, and $9.99 for non-Prime). Users must verify enrollment in a degree-granting college or university to qualify for the deal.
The streaming service boasts “tens of millions of songs with weekly new releases from today’s most popular artists.” Amazon Music Unlimited promises any song, anywhere, with no ads and unlimited skips.
“From the first walk to class, to the last party of summer – we’ve got a song for that,” Amazon Music nudges.
Since May 2016, Apple Music has also offered a similar music deal to students for just $4.99.