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Amazon Music prices increase from next month

Following a price hike on major Prime plans in the US, Amazon has confirmed that several Amazon Music subscriptions will also be subject to increased billing.

Starting May 5, 2022, price changes will be made to Single Device Plans (where you can only stream music to one Amazon device, such as an Echo speaker) as well as Unlimited Individual Plans for Prime users in the UK and US. .

Users will see the new prices on the first invoice following this date. Here’s how much they change:

UK

  • Amazon Music Single Device Plan: Dropped from £3.99 per month to £4.99 per month
  • Individual Amazon Music Unlimited plan: dropping from £7.99 to £8.99 per month and from £79 per year to £89 per year

WE

  • Amazon Music Single Device Plan: Going from $3.99 per month to $4.99 per month
  • Individual Amazon Music Unlimited plan: going from $7.99 to $8.99 per month and from $79 per year to $89 per year

If you’re not a Prime member and still paying for Amazon Music Unlimited, the price will remain unchanged at £9.99/$9.99 per month. Additionally, the Amazon Music Unlimited Family Plan (only available to Prime members) will also remain at the same price of £14.99/$14.99 per month and £149.99/$149.99 per year.

You can learn more about price changes on Amazon’s help pages.

New members of Amazon Music Unlimited are generally eligible for 30 days free and can cancel at any time. If you just signed up for a trial (or signed up for the subscription service through a promotion), Amazon will honor the old subscription price for one month after the trial/promotional period ends, before you charge the new amount.

Amazon Music Unlimited includes access to over 90 million songs, offline listening with unlimited skips, spatial audio, podcasts, and UHD quality.

You can see how Amazon Music Unlimited stacks up against other audio streaming services like Spotify and Tidal in our chart of the best music subscription services. We also have a similar table for Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Disney+.

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