Someone messed up at Amazon, so Amazon Music Unlimited is still free for a limited time

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  • Last week, Amazon offered a special deal that was supposed to last for one day only on Thursday — but someone at Amazon made a mistake and forgot to end the 1-day sale.
  • That means new subscribers still have the opportunity to get 3 months of Amazon Music Unlimited for free if they hurry up and take advantage of the deal before Amazon realizes the error and fixes it.
  • This is the best deal that Amazon has ever had on Amazon Music Unlimited, beating last year’s big Black Friday sale that offered the same 3 months of unlimited music streaming for $0.99.
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Amazon announced last month that many deliveries of nonessential products would be delayed until late-April at the soonest. It was a bummer for people who are relying on Amazon and other retailers to deliver so they don’t have to go out as often while self-quarantining, but no one could really fault Amazon’s logic. The retailer is trying to clear as much warehouse space as possible for essentials like medical supplies and hand sanitizers, and it’s delivering them only to hospitals and government-run facilities, which have a far more urgent need than individuals.

When the change went into effect a couple of weeks ago, we noticed two things right away. First, there were still plenty of “nonessential” goods that continued to ship out right away, and the same is true today. You can buy AirPods Pro at their all-time lowest price and have them in your hands later this week, for example, and there are plenty more deals that ship out soon. But the other thing we noticed was that Amazon was turning up the heat on its digital deals. Head over to Amazon’s deals page — which is now hidden, by the way — and you’ll find plenty of discounts on digital goods like Kindle books, video games, magazines, and more. But there’s one digital deal in particular that everyone should be checking out right now.

Do you pay for Spotify or Apple Music? Of course you do, since services like those are the most affordable way to listen to all the new and old music you love without stealing it. What you might not realize, however, is that there are other similar services out there so you have more than just two choices. That’s particularly relevant right now because someone at Amazon messed up and forgot to end a killer 1-day deal that ran last week.

On Thursday last week, Amazon offered new subscribers 3 full months of access to Amazon Music Unlimited totally free. Amazon Music Unlimited is a streaming music service just like Spotify or Apple Music that gives you unlimited access to more music than you could ever know what to do with, and it’s available on all platforms from computers and tablets to TVs and obviously mobile devices that run iOS or Android.

That deal was supposed to be available for one day only, but we noticed on Friday that it was still running. Well guess what: now it’s Monday and you can still take advantage of this awesome offer if you missed out last week. After your free trial is up, it’s only $7.99 a month while Spotify and Apple music each cost $10. There’s no telling when Amazon will finally pull the plug, so be sure to hurry if you don’t want to miss out.

Get 3 Months of Amazon Music Unlimited For Free: FREE

Here are the terms and conditions from the Amazon Music Unlimited page:

This 3-month free trial offer of a monthly Amazon Music Unlimited Individual Plan is a limited time offer and is available only to new subscribers to Amazon Music Unlimited. After the promotional trial, your subscription will automatically continue at the monthly price of $9.99 ($7.99 for Prime members) plus applicable tax until you cancel. This offer cannot be combined with any other offer. Digital content and services may only be available to customers located in the U.S. and are subject to the terms and conditions of Services LLC. Offer limited to one per customer and account. Amazon reserves the right to modify or cancel the offer at any time. Offer is non-transferable and may not be resold. If you violate any of these terms, the offer will be invalid.

Get 3 Months of Amazon Music Unlimited For Free: FREE

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