[Expired] Free Amazon Music Unlimited with Citi card

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Citi and Amazon are teaming up to offer a free $30 credit towards Amazon Music Unlimited, which will work out to be good for 5 free months for Prime Members or about 4 free months for those without a Prime membership (including the normal 30-day trial). I personally use Amazon music as my main music player on my phone (I purchase mp3’s from Amazon) and I’ve been very resistant to paying for Music Unlimited, but this promotion is going to get me to try it for a few months as nearly 5 free months is too good to pass up.

The Deal

  • Citi cardmembers (personal credit cards and debit cards only, Costco and Chairman card excluded) can get a promotional credit of $30 towards Amazon Music unlimited (which stacks with the free 30-day trial)
  • Click here or the image above for a direct link to the deal (our affiliate link)
  • Click where it says “get started” and promo code CITIMUSIC should be applied to your account automatically

Key Terms

  • Offer ends 11:59pm PT November 14, 2017 (or sooner if the deal runs out)
  • Offer is good for an Amazon Music Unlimited individual plan only (no family plan)
  • Limited to new Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers
  • See the link above for full terms
  • Price reverts to $9.99/month without Prime or $7.99 with Prime after your $30 credit is used

Quick Thoughts

This looks like a great deal to try out Amazon Music Unlimited for plenty of time to see if it suits you. As I said at the top, I’ve long resisted paying more for Amazon Music Unlimited for a number of reasons, but the biggest one has been price: I don’t think I usually buy $8-10 per month in new music. Sure, I buy more some months — but I didn’t think the math worked out over a year’s time. However, with this deal, I’ll give it a shot. With T-Mobile’s recent announcement that they have raised the data cap before throttling to 50GB/month and free Netflix on them, the time is right for me to try out this service and see if it’s worth giving them the eight bucks that T-Mobile is saving me on Netflix.

Note that those who have been Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers in the past are not eligible as per the terms. Also note that Citi business cards, Costco cards, and Chairman’s cards are not eligible per the terms. However, other personal cards and debit cards should be eligible to take part in this deal.

If you take advantage of this one, be sure to set a reminder for when your extended free trial is scheduled to end so you can decide whether you want to cancel or be charged for the ongoing service.

H/T: The Points Guy via Doctor of Credit

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Nick Reyes is a (fairly) regular guy with an animalistic passion for maximizing the value of miles and money to travel the world in comfort and style. There is little in life that he loves more than finding a fantastic deal and helping you shop smarter & harder to achieve your travel dreams.

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Nick,

If we have multiple Citi cards can we stack them for a longer trial?

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Jenny

Mine said Promo Code is invalid or expired. But the individual plan shows Zero, so I’m not sure it’s “0” because of free trial month or it’s because I’m using citi card. After that it’s the final step: star your free trial. How can I be sure I’m getting citi’s deal? Need some help here. Thanks

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I don’t see what good is Amazon music if you can’t download it to your own private library.