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This Long Weekend: Your Last Chance to Get Two Free Months of Music from Amazon

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* Access more than 10 million songs with unlimited listening
* Create playlists and stations based on favorite artists, moods or event
* 30-day free trial (plus $10 credit) deal ends May 31

It’s not a proper party without the proper party music. So if you’re planning a big bash this long weekend, heading out on a road trip, or just looking for some new tunes to listen to at home, you need to click over to Amazon Music.

Amazon Music Unlimited is a premium music subscription service featuring tens of millions of songs and thousands of expert-programmed playlists and stations. With Amazon Music, you can listen to any song, anytime, anywhere, on all your devices – smartphone, tablet, computer, etc. You can also listen to Amazon Music via your Fire TV, and Alexa-enabled devices like Amazon Echo (controlling your songs and playlists with just your voice).

The best part: you’ll never hear or see an ad, and you can download songs or playlists for offline listening (say, when you’re traveling).

Though your Amazon Prime membership includes Prime Music, the difference between the free service and Amazon Music Unlimited is pretty huge. Prime Music only features about two million songs and the playlists and stations are pre-programmed by Amazon’s music experts. With Amazon Music Unlimited, you get all of the great features and functionality of Prime Music but with five times the catalog of songs to choose from, plus the ability to create your own playlists.

Need something upbeat to fuel your pool party? Pre-load a playlist or put together your own (we suggest including the new summer feel-good track from Carly Rae Jepsen, or this crowd pleaser from Haim), then hit “play” and enjoy the food, fun and festivities.

Just in time for the long weekend, Amazon is offering a 30-day free trial to try out Amazon Music Unlimited. Click the photo below to get to the site, then enter the promotional code MOREMUSIC and select “apply.” Choose your plan type and click “Start your 30-day free trial” to confirm the transaction.

Sign up for Amazon Music Unlimited and get a $10 promotional credit, which will be applied to your subscription automatically after your 30-day free trial ends. That’s like getting your second month free.

As a Prime member, you can then join Amazon Music Unlimited for $7.99/month for a monthly subscription or $79/year for an annual subscription. Non-Prime customers pay $9.99/month. The free trial and $10 credit deal ends May 31.

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