If you’ve been considering signing up for Amazon Music Unlimited, a new Citi promotion may make you feel like dancing.
The card issuer’s limited-time offer lets you enjoy a four-month free trial of the music service as long as you have an eligible Citi credit or debit card and you sign up by Nov. 14, 2017. That’s four months of access to tens of millions of songs, with ad-free listening and unlimited skips on those songs that interrupt your vibe.
The offer is available only to new Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers, who already can get a 30-day free trial right off the bat. The Citi promotion extends that period by offering cardholders a $30 credit toward an individual plan, which costs $9.99 per month, or $7.99 per month for Amazon Prime members.
The subscription automatically renews after the free trial ends unless you opt out of it beforehand.
The Costco Anywhere Visa® Card by Citi and the Citi Chairman American Express credit card are not eligible for this offer, but most other consumer-branded Citi credit cards and debit cards qualify. If you have any of the following cards, you can also earn rewards when you keep the service:
- The Citi® Double Cash Card – 18 month BT offer credit card earns 1% cash back on all purchases and another 1% cash back when you pay for every dollar you pay off.
- The Citi ThankYou® Preferred Card and the Citi ThankYou® Preferred Card for College Students earn an unlimited 2 Citi ThankYou points per $1 spent on restaurants and entertainment and 1 point on everything else. You’ll double up your points when you enjoy good food and music. On-demand internet streaming media qualifies as entertainment.
To take advantage of this offer, you have to sign up for the individual music plan at Amazon, use the promotional code “CITIMUSIC” and check out with your eligible Citi card.
Amazon Music Unlimited offers tens of millions of songs compared with over 2 million songs offered by Prime Music. The streaming service is compatible with smartphones, tablets, PCs, Macs, Fire TVs and Alexa-enabled devices such as Amazon Echo.