Limited-Time Only: Citi Cardholders Get Four Months of Amazon Music Unlimited for Free

Sep 26, 2017

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Citi’s offering cardholders a new way to stream music for free. Beginning Tuesday, eligible Citi cardholders can sign up for a free four-month trial of Amazon Music Unlimited when they join with their card.

In order to take advantage, go to the Amazon Music Unlimited site and enroll in an individual plan. Then, use your eligible Citi card at checkout and enter the promo code CITIMUSIC in order to get the four months for free. You must enroll by 11:59pm PT on November 14, 2017.

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The four-month free trial breaks down as a $30 credit toward an Amazon Music Unlimited individual plan, plus new subscribers also get a 30-day free trial. Combined, it becomes a total of four months. According to the terms and conditions, you must be a new Amazon Music Unlimited subscriber in order to be eligible. Eligible Citi cards include all consumer-branded credit or debit cards with the exception of Costco and Chairman Citi Credit cards.

After the four-month trial expires, you’ll need to pay the monthly membership fee if you want to continue using the service. If you’re a Prime member, it’ll cost you $7.99 per month, and for those without a Prime membership, you’ll pay $9.99 per month. Amazon Music Unlimited will give you access to tens of millions of songs, where you’ll be able to listen to any song ad-free at any time.

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