Amazon Music is raising the rates on some of its plansStarting May 5th, they will pay more for their Amazon Music Unlimited plan.
Two Amazon Music subscriptions will be affected by the price increase. Amazon Music’s single-device plan will increase from $ 4 per month to $ 5, and the individual unlimited plan for Prime members will go from $ 8 to $ 9 per month or $ 79 to $ 89 per year. The Student Plan and the Family Plan are excluded from this change. For non-Prime members, the Amazon Music Unlimited price remains $ 10 per month.
Both plans provide access to over 50 million songs in the Amazon Music catalog, with new releases added to the service on the same day. The Amazon Music Unlimited service is compatible with Echo andand users have the ability to create curated playlists or listen to stations. For those looking to save money, you can stick to an Amazon Prime Music membership that’s included with a Prime membership, but it only includes around 2 million songs.
In February, Amazon notified Prime members that its subscription would increase from $ 120 per year to $ 140 or from $ 13 per month to $ 15 per month. The change took effect at the end of March. There is hope that there will be offers available on, including a discount promotion for Amazon Music. Nothing is guaranteed, though. To find out which Amazon Music plan you have, visit your Amazon Music settings.