Amazon Music is an immersive audio entertainment service that connects fans, artists, and creators through music, podcasts, and culture. With curated and personalised playlists, artist livestreams, artist merch, and Amazon Exclusive podcasts, Amazon Music brings fans closer to what they love.
Prime members get access to over 100 million songs in shuffle mode, All-Access playlists, plus the largest catalogue of top ad-free podcasts, included with their membership. Anyone can listen to Amazon Music by downloading the Amazon Music app for free, or wherever they listen to music including Alexa-enabled devices.
If you’re thinking of cancelling your Amazon Music subscription, it’s easy to do so and you can find instructions below. But before you go, we hope you’ll reconsider. Here’s why you might want to keep your Amazon Music subscription.
Reasons to rethink cancelling your Amazon Music subscription
1. Amazon Music brings fans closer to what they love
Amazon Music listeners can access hundreds of Amazon Originals, featuring both emerging and established artists across numerous genres, available to stream and purchase only on Amazon Music. This includes tracks from Stormzy, You Me At Six, Lizzo, Anne Marie, Ellie Goulding, Royal Blood and Tom Grennan,
Amazon Music have livestreamed gigs from a range of artists including The 1975, Kendrick Lamar and Central Cee and regularly release exclusive CURVED performances with live captured audio, by a breadth of emerging and established genre spanning artists. CURVED launched with Mimi Webb, who performed two tracks from her debut album, ‘Roles Reversed’ and ‘Freezing’ available to watch in the Amazon Music app and on YouTube. Also see beabadoobee’s ‘Glue Song’, featuring a children’s choir and string arrangement.
2. Millions of ad-free songs and podcasts
With Amazon Music Unlimited, subscribers get access to 100 million ad-free songs in HD and a growing catalogue of Ultra HD and Spatial audio. The largest catalogue of top ad-free podcasts is also included with their membership, as well as access to thousands of Stations and playlists.
3. It’s included in Amazon Prime
Yes, you don’t need to have an Amazon Music Unlimited subscription to enjoy music. Prime members get access to over 100 million songs in shuffle mode, All-Access playlists, plus the largest catalogue of top ad-free podcasts, included with their membership.
Some of the key benefits of Prime
Amazon Music isn’t the only awesome Prime benefit. Consider Prime Reading’s range of books and magazines, with something to suit every mood, and Prime Gaming. Here, subscribers get access to a weekly selection of free games to keep and a free subscription to their favourite Twitch streamer too.
With Prime Household, you can share your Prime account with another adult and your children so that everybody at home can benefit from Prime. Link two adult Amazon accounts to share eBooks, apps, and games, and share with linked child accounts too. And, of course, you can’t forget to check out the best new TV shows on Prime Video.
How to cancel your Amazon Music Unlimited subscription
If you’re still planning on cancelling, we’ll be sad to see you go. But cancelling your Amazon Music Unlimited subscription is easy.
If you’ve signed up through Amazon:
1. You can cancel your Amazon Music subscription by going to your Amazon Music settings.
2. Go to the Amazon Music Unlimited section.
3. In your Subscription Renewal details select the Cancel option.
4. Confirm the cancellation.
If you subscribed through iTunes, you’ll need to visit the Apple website. Or, if you signed up through a third party like Apple, Google, or your mobile service provider, you may need to contact them to cancel or receive a refund.
From exclusive Amazon Original tracks, the 100 million ad-free songs in HD and the largest catalogue of top ad-free podcasts subscribers can access, there are plenty of benefits if you do change your mind. And if you’re already subscribed to Prime, you won’t need to! Before you cancel, why not explore everything that Amazon Music has to offer?