Amazon Prime and Spotify have been two of the most popular streaming services for years. But many people are wondering if they can get Spotify for free with their Amazon Prime membership. The answer is yes – but only if you sign up for the Amazon Music Unlimited plan.
The Amazon Music Unlimited plan is a premium music streaming service that offers ad-free access to over 60 million songs. It includes all of the same content as Spotify, plus exclusive tracks and albums from top artists. With this plan, you can stream music on your computer, tablet, or smartphone.
The Amazon Music Unlimited plan is available for $7.99 per month or $79 per year (which includes an additional three months free). This is slightly cheaper than Spotify’s Premium subscription, which costs $9.99 per month or $99 per year.
However, if you already have an Amazon Prime membership, you can get a discounted rate of just $7.99 per month or $79 per year (including an additional three months free). This means that if you have an Amazon Prime membership, then you can get access to the same content as Spotify but at a much lower cost.
In addition to the discounted rate, Amazon also offers its members other benefits such as exclusive discounts on certain items and access to Prime Video (which has its own library of movies and TV shows). Plus, with an Amazon Prime membership you can take advantage of free shipping on eligible items.
So in conclusion, yes – it is possible to get Spotify for free with an Amazon Prime membership. However, it is only available through the Amazon Music Unlimited plan which costs slightly less than Spotify’s Premium subscription.