Whether you’re a casual listener, a devoted music lover or just someone looking to discover new sounds, Amazon Music offers access to a vast library of songs, curated and personalised playlists, artist live streams, in-app artist merchandise, and podcasts for everyone.

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Amazon Music is part of the great entertainment benefits included in a Prime membership but with various subscriptions options, including a service plan for non-Prime members, there is something to suit everyone’s needs and budget.

If you’re thinking of joining Amazon Music, here is a breakdown of the three tiers available and how much they cost to help you pick the right one for your audio content needs.

Amazon Music subscription plans and costs

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Amazon Music Free: Free with ads

Don’t have a Prime membership? No problem! You can still enjoy Amazon Music at no additional cost. Gain access to a catalogue of 100 million ad-supported tracks, discover new music and podcasts tailored to your likes, and access to stations to listen to songs you love and discover new ones.

Amazon Music Prime: Included with Prime membership

For Prime members, this plan offers all the music and podcasts you love, ad-free, at no additional cost. Enjoy access to 100 million ad-free songs in a shuffle-based experience, alongside top podcasts ad-free and thousands of playlists and stations.

You can shuffle-play any artist, album, or playlist from the extensive music catalogue, and discover new music based on your preferences.

Additionally, Prime members can also select and play any song on-demand from a selection of All-Access Playlists, and download them for offline listening with no skip limits.

Amazon Music Unlimited: £5.99 per month to £17.99 per month

Available to both Prime and non-Prime members, Amazon Music Unlimited is a premium service that provides access to over 100 million songs and millions of tracks in Ultra HD all on demand and ad-free. It has a growing catalogue of music mastered in Dolby Atmos and 360 Reality Audio and thousands of expertly crafted playlists and stations.

Whether you’re thinking of joining Prime, or you’ve been with us for a while, it’s important to know how to maximise your membership.

You can choose between different types of Amazon Music Unlimited subscription plans to suit your needs.

The Individual Plan allows you to listen on any of your compatible devices, one device at a time, with ad-free playback, offline listening, and unlimited skips for £10.99 per month. Ideal for families, the Family Plan lets you stream music on six compatible devices simultaneously for £17.99 per month. The Single Device Plan offers unlimited access to 100 million songs on a single eligible Echo or Fire TV device for £5.99 per month. For students, the Student Plan provides all the music you love at a special price of £5.99 per month.

How do you join Amazon Prime?

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Prime helps members get the most out of Amazon, offering a range of great benefits including discounts, deals, and entertainment options like Amazon Music. Anyone can join Prime for £8.99 per month, or £95 per year if paid annually.

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