Asked By: Gregory Bell Date: created: Apr 24 2023

Why have i been billed by Amazon Music

Answered By: Christopher Phillips Date: created: Apr 26 2023

You may have accidentally signed up for Amazon Music Unlimited on additional devices. Go to Your Amazon Music Settings to select a different plan or renewal option. To prevent future accidental purchases, Require a Voice Code for Purchases with Alexa.

Asked By: Jackson Roberts Date: created: Nov 21 2023

When did Amazon start charging for music

Answered By: Jordan Carter Date: created: Nov 22 2023

Amazon’s Music Unlimited quietly gets a price hike in the US and UK Starting on February 21, Amazon’s Music Unlimited streaming service will increase by $1/£1 in the U.S. and the U.K. The Amazon Music Unlimited Individual Plan is increasing from $9.99 (£9.99) to $10.99 (£10.99) per month, whereas the student plan is changing from $4.99 (£4.99) to $5.99 (£5.99) per month.

The company noted the price changes on its, which was first noticed by, “To help us bring you even more content and features, we’re updating the prices of select Amazon Music Unlimited plans,” Amazon wrote. While the company mentions price hikes to its Individual Plan and Student Plan, the prices for the Family Plan ($15.99/month) and Single-Device Plan ($4.99/month) appear to remain unchanged.

It’s only been eight months since Amazon last raised its prices. In May, the discounted Amazon Music Unlimited plan for Amazon Prime customers increased from, Non-Prime members didn’t experience a change this time and still had to pay $9.99 per month.

Amazon also offers an Amazon Music Prime tier, which is included free with Prime subscriptions and offers ad-free listening. However, if users want HD, Ultra HD and, they have to subscribe to Music Unlimited. The e-commerce giant is currently in the middle of a cost-cutting spree, which includes the recent closure of its charity donation program, and the decision to lay off earlier this month.

Amazon’s decision to jack up the cost comes on the heels of increasing its rival music streaming subscription, Apple Music, by $1 for individual subscribers and $2 for families in the U.S. Apple Music also in the U.S., Canada and the U.K. in June 2022.

  • Spotify is also considering raising its subscription price in the U.S., which CEO Daniel Ek noted during the company’s earnings call in October.
  • Is one of the things that we would like to do,” Ek said.
  • I feel really good about sort of this upcoming year and what that means in pricing in relation to our service.” This would be a notable move for the company since it hasn’t raised its standard subscription cost since in 2011 at $9.99 per month in the U.S.

: Amazon’s Music Unlimited quietly gets a price hike in the US and UK

Can you have Amazon Music without paying for Prime?

What is Amazon Music Unlimited? – Amazon Music Unlimited is the highest level subscription. You don’t need Amazon Prime to access it, but you will have to pay a monthly or yearly subscription fee. It provides access to every feature found in the lower levels, plus more.

  • That includes HD, Ultra HD, and Spatial Audio playback.
  • And if you sign up for a family plan, you get to use Amazon Music on up to six devices at once.
  • That means multiple smart speakers, Bluetooth speakers, and others.
  • Plus, you can use offline playback with Unlimited (unless you choose the Single Device plan, which is elligble only for the Echo or Fire TV).

On May 21, 2021, Amazon announced it would not charge extra for Amazon Music HD, keeping it competitive with Apple Music. Here’s a list of how much each Amazon Music plan costs:

Amazon Music Free Amazon Music Prime Amazon Music Unlimited
Individual Plan (non-Prime) Amazon Music Free Free Amazon Music Prime / Amazon Music Unlimited $9.99/month
Prime Individual Plan Amazon Music Free / Amazon Music Prime Included with your Prime membership Amazon Music Unlimited $8.99/month OR $89/year
Family Plan Amazon Music Free / Amazon Music Prime / Amazon Music Unlimited $15.99/month OR $159/year (requires a Prime membership)
Single Device Plan Amazon Music Free / Amazon Music Prime / Amazon Music Unlimited $4.99/month (HD, Ultra HD, and Spatial Audio not available)
Student Plan Amazon Music Free / Amazon Music Prime / Amazon Music Unlimited $5.99/month

How do I know if I have Amazon Music?

You can view and manage your subscriptions with Amazon subscriptions from Your Memberships and Subscriptions, In Your Memberships and Subscriptions, you’ll see a list of your active, canceled, and expired subscriptions. You’ll also see subscription information including renewal date and price. Select Manage Subscription to see available options:

Billing Information – Select Change next to your payment method to change the billing information for your subscription. You can switch to any payment method saved in your account. Shipping details (physical subscriptions only) – Select Change next to your shipping details to change the shipping address for your subscription. You can switch to any shipping address saved in your account. Auto-Renew (select digital subscriptions only) – Use the Auto-Renew On/Off option to stop the recurring charge for your subscription or free trial before the renewal date.

Can I refund Amazon Music?

This is an agreement between you and the entity providing Amazon Music to you, which may be, depending on your country of residence (your “Location”), Amazon.com Services LLC, Amazon.com.ca, Inc., Amazon Digital UK Ltd, Amazon Digital Germany GmbH, Amazon Digital France SAS, Amazon Digital Italy S.R.L., Amazon Digital Spain S.L.U., Amazon.com Sales, Inc., Amazon Seller Services Private Limited; Amazon Australia Services Inc., Amazon Commercial Services Pty Ltd, Servicios Comerciales Amazon México, S.

de R.L. de C.V., Amazon Serviços de Varejo do Brasil Ltda., or one of their affiliates (“Amazon,” “we,” or “us”). This agreement governs your use of the personalized services available in your Location (Unlimited, Amazon Music Prime, Amazon Music (free with ads), and the Store, collectively, the “Services”).

Visit Amazon Music Service Provider Information and Applicable Terms and Policies to identify the Amazon affiliate that provides the Services to you and other applicable terms based on your Location. The Amazon Music marketplace is your primary website for accessing the Services (“Music Marketplace”).

The Amazon affiliate that provides the Services to you may change from time to time. The Services allow you to purchase and access digital versions of recordings, artwork and information relating to the recordings, and other content (collectively, “Music Content”), as described below. Before using the Services, please read these Terms of Use, all rules and policies related to the Services (including any specific rules, usage restrictions, and other conditions or procedures that we post or update on or through the Services or on any help or other informational page for the Services), the Privacy Notice applicable to you, the Conditions of Use applicable to you, the Interest-Based Ads and Cookies notices applicable to you, and the Alexa Terms of Use applicable to you (collectively, the “Agreement”).

If your Location is in the European Union, the United Kingdom, or Brazil, the Privacy Notice and the Interest-Based Ads and Cookies notices are not part of your Agreement. The versions of these notices applicable to you are available for your review. If you use any of the Services, you are agreeing to the terms and conditions of the Agreement on behalf of yourself and all members of your household and others who use the Services under your account.

To use the Services, you must have an Amazon account, and you may be required to be logged in to the account and have a valid payment method associated with it. You may not share your Amazon username and password with others or use anyone else’s Amazon username and password. If you are under 18 years of age, or the age of majority in your location, you may use the Services only with involvement of a parent or guardian.1.

THE SERVICES,1.1 Location. Please visit Amazon Music Service Provider Information and Applicable Terms and Policies for more information on availability of Services in your Location. Some or all Services may not be available in your Location.1.2 Amazon Music Unlimited,

  1. Amazon Music Unlimited (“Unlimited”) allows you to access certain Music Content from our catalog (“Unlimited Content”) if you subscribe to Unlimited.
  2. A) Unlimited Plans; Fees; Upgrades and Downgrades,
  3. We may offer paid plans that allow you to access Unlimited Content (each, an “Unlimited Plan”).
  4. If you subscribe to an Unlimited Plan directly through us, the applicable subscription fees are described in our detail pages and Help Pages.

From time to time, we may change the Unlimited Plans, as well as the applicable fees for those plans. The amount of the fee and the next due date are available in your Amazon Music Settings, Unless legally required, the price stated does not include any taxes that we may charge.

  1. Payment is non-refundable, except as described in section 5.1; section 5.3; or, if you signed up through a third party and are not billed directly by us, as described in the billing terms provided by the third party.
  2. In case of third-party billing, the third party should, if legally required, charge you any applicable taxes.

If you upgrade your Unlimited Plan, the upgrade will take effect immediately, we will charge you the applicable fee, and the term of your Unlimited Plan may be extended, as described at the time you upgrade your Unlimited Plan. If you downgrade your Unlimited Plan, unless otherwise specified, the downgrade will take effect at the end of the term of your existing Unlimited Plan.

B) Family Unlimited Plans, A Family Unlimited Plan allows you to share Unlimited Content with up to five family members. If you invite a minor to the Family Unlimited Plan, you must either be the parent or legal guardian of the minor, or act with the parent’s or legal guardian’s consent.1.3 Amazon Music Prime,

Amazon Music Prime allows you to access certain Music Content from our catalog (“Amazon Music Prime Content”) if you (a) are eligible for the Amazon Music Prime benefit under the Amazon Prime Terms applicable to you (noted here ), and (b) opt-in to Amazon Music Prime by playing Amazon Music Prime Content.1.4 Amazon Music (free with ads).

We may offer a music service with advertisements, which allows you to access certain Music Content from our catalog (such content, collectively with Unlimited Content and Amazon Music Prime Content, “Music Service Content”). This service may contain advertising, and advertising may be personalized as described in the Interest-Based Ads notice applicable to you.

Amazon offers you choices about receiving interest-based ads from us. You can choose not to receive interest-based ads from Amazon. If you choose this option, this service may continue to contain ads but they will not be personalized. Please visit the Advertising Preferences page applicable to you to learn how to set your preference.1.5 Digital Music Store,

The Digital Music Store (the “Store”) allows you to purchase Music Content (“Purchased Music”). Unless otherwise specified, all sales are final and risk of loss transfers upon sale. We do not accept returns of Purchased Music. When you purchase Music Content from the Store, you are directing us to store that Purchased Music for you.

When you place an order to purchase Music Content on the Store, you acknowledge and agree that you cannot cancel your purchase of Music Content once delivery has started, including by our making it available to you in the cloud for streaming or downloading.

  • Your statutory rights are not affected.1.6 AutoRip-Eligible Orders,
  • Under the AutoRip program, when you purchase a qualifying CD or vinyl album from Amazon, we provide you a digital version of that album.
  • For more information on the AutoRip program, please see the AutoRip Terms & Conditions applicable to you (noted here ).1.7 Personalization.

We provide personalized features and recommendations as part of the Services, including recommending Music Content and Services, which might be of interest to you. We also endeavor to continuously improve the Amazon services and devices and your experience with them.2.

GENERAL SUBSCRIPTION PLAN TERMS,2.1 Promotional and Trial Offers, We may offer trial or promotional Unlimited Plans (each, a “Trial Plan”). Some Trial Plans may, as communicated to you, automatically convert to a paid plan unless you cancel before the end of the Trial Plan.2.2 Payment; Renewal, If you sign up through us and are billed by us, then the billing terms described below in this section 2.2 will apply to your subscription.

For customers on an Unlimited Plan, if all payment methods we have on file for you are declined for payment of your Unlimited Plan, you must provide us a new payment method promptly or your Unlimited Plan will be canceled. If you provide us with a new payment method and are successfully charged before your subscription is canceled, your new Unlimited Plan term will be based on the original renewal/subscription date and not the date of the successful charge.

  1. UNLESS YOU NOTIFY US BEFORE A CHARGE THAT YOU DO NOT WANT TO AUTO RENEW, YOU UNDERSTAND THAT YOUR UNLIMITED PLAN WILL AUTOMATICALLY CONTINUE AND YOU AUTHORIZE US TO COLLECT THE THEN-APPLICABLE FEE AND APPLICABLE TAXES FOR THE UNLIMITED PLAN, USING ANY PAYMENT METHOD WE HAVE ON RECORD FOR YOU.
  2. UNLIMITED PLAN FEES AND FEATURES MAY CHANGE OVER TIME.

HOWEVER, ANY INCREASE IN THE FEE WILL NOT AFFECT THE COST OF YOUR UNLIMITED PLAN DURING ITS TERM. YOUR RENEWAL PLAN WILL BE THE ONE WE CHOOSE AS BEING CLOSEST TO YOUR UNLIMITED PLAN. You may cancel the auto renewal of your Unlimited Plan by visiting Amazon Music Settings and adjusting your subscription settings.

If you cancel your subscription, you will not receive a refund of any fees already paid. If you signed up through a third party and are not billed directly by us, then the billing terms provided by the third party will apply to you.2.3 Service Restrictions, We reserve the right to accept or refuse subscriptions.

You may not transfer or assign your subscription or any benefits from the Unlimited Plan, Amazon Music Prime, or Amazon Music (free with ads). You may only use your Individual Unlimited Plan, or Unlimited Single Device Plan in connection with one Amazon account.

  • Up to six Amazon accounts may be associated with one Family Unlimited Plan.3.
  • RIGHTS AND RESTRICTIONS,3.1 Rights Granted,
  • You may use the Services only for your personal, non-commercial purposes.
  • You may not use the Services to store, transfer, or distribute content of or on behalf of third parties, to operate your own content application or service, or to resell any part of the Services.

We grant you a non-exclusive, non-transferable right to use Purchased Music, Music Service Content, and any additional Music Content we provide you access to through the Services only for your personal, non-commercial purposes, subject to the Agreement.

  • Except as set forth in the preceding sentence, you may not redistribute, transmit, assign, sell, broadcast, rent, share, lend, repurpose, modify, adapt, edit, license or otherwise transfer, or use Purchased Music or Music Service Content.
  • We do not grant you any synchronization, public performance, public display, promotional use, commercial sale, resale, reproduction, or distribution rights for any Music Content.

You are solely responsible for Music Content you import and User Content you submit (defined below) to the Services, including ensuring that it has been lawfully acquired and that it is free from any malware, viruses, Trojan horses, spyware, worms, or other malicious or harmful code.

You expressly grant or transfer to us all permissions and benefits necessary to provide you cloud-based access to your Music Content for your personal, non-commercial use, including (i) enabling you to make personal, non-commercial copies of Music Content for backup purposes and (ii) providing technical support.

You must comply with all applicable laws and with the terms of any licenses or agreements to which you are bound in your use of the Services.3.2 Usage Restrictions, You may need to register the devices you use with the Services, and we may limit the number of devices you can register, the frequency with which you can change them, and the number of devices from which you can use the Services at any one time.

  • We may impose other restrictions on use of the Services.3.3 No Reverse Engineering or Circumvention,
  • You may not, and you will not encourage, assist, or authorize any other person to, modify, reverse engineer, circumvent, decompile, disassemble, dupe, or otherwise tamper with (a) any methodology we use to identify Music Content on your device and match it to Music Content from our catalog, (b) any methodology we use to protect Music Content, or (c) the Unique Identifiers (defined below).3.4 User Content,

You may submit certain content (e.g., images, playlist names and descriptions) (“User Content”) to the Services. If you submit User Content, you grant us, to the fullest extent and for the maximum duration permitted by law, a nonexclusive, transferable, worldwide, royalty-free, fully-paid, irrevocable, and fully-sublicensable right to use, reproduce, modify, adapt, publish, perform, translate, make available, communicate to the public, transmit, edit, create derivative works from, distribute, and display that User Content in any form or media now known or later developed or discovered.

You waive and agree not to enforce, to the fullest extent permitted by law, all moral rights or equivalent rights in User Content you submit. You grant us and our sub-licensees the right to use your name, identity, and profile image in connection with User Content that you submit. Your submission of User Content does not alter the ownership of that User Content.

You may not submit User Content that (a) is illegal, obscene, threatening, defamatory, or otherwise contains any objectionable or inappropriate content, (b) injures or violates the rights of any third party, including privacy, publicity, copyright, trademark, or other intellectual property rights, (c) requires us to pay royalties or any other fees to any third party, or (d) implies an association with or endorsement by any third party that has not authorized such association or endorsement.

  1. We may remove or edit User Content.
  2. You represent and warrant that your submission and our use of User Content does not violate this Agreement and you agree that you will indemnify Amazon for all claims resulting from any User Content that you submit.
  3. User Content that you submit may be publicly accessible, and may be used and re-shared by others.

We take no responsibility and assume no liability for what you or others post or share on the Services.4. SOFTWARE AND USAGE,4.1 Use of the Software, We may make available to you software for your use in connection with the Services (“Software”). Terms contained in the Conditions of Use applicable to you (noted here ), apply to your use of the Software.

  • For additional terms that apply to certain third party software, see the Legal Notices section within the Software application.4.2 Information Provided to Amazon and Music Content Providers,
  • The Services and the Software may provide Amazon with information relating to your use and the performance of the Services and the Software, as well as information regarding the devices on which you download and use the Services and the Software.

We may provide certain information regarding your use of Music Content, such as your postal code and listening history, to Music Content providers, including record companies. We will provide this information in a manner that is not identifiable to you.4.3 Unique Identifiers,

  1. Some record companies require us to insert identifiers in the metadata that accompanies Purchased Music from these companies that uniquely identify it as Music Content you have received from us (“Unique Identifiers”).
  2. These Unique Identifiers may contain information that can be used to identify you as the owner of the Purchased Music.

For example, these Unique Identifiers may include a random number we assign to your order or copy, purchase date and time, an indicator that the Purchased Music was downloaded from Amazon, codes that identify the album and song (the UPC and ISRC), Amazon’s digital signature, and an identifier that can be used to determine whether the audio has been modified.

  • Music Content sold in the Store that includes these Unique Identifiers is marked on its product detail page.
  • These Unique Identifiers do not affect the playback experience in any way.5.
  • CHANGES; SUSPENSION AND TERMINATION,5.1 Changes,
  • We may change, suspend, or discontinue the Services, or any part of them, at any time.

If we discontinue your Unlimited Plan, and you signed up directly through us, we will give you a prorated refund of any fees paid for your Unlimited Plan. If you signed up through a third party, you may need to contact the third party to receive a refund, if any, under its policies.

  • From time to time, we may add Music Content to or remove it from the Store, Unlimited, Amazon Music Prime, or from Amazon Music (free with ads).
  • There may be unusual circumstances where due to legal reasons we may no longer be able to store or provide you access to particular Music Content.5.2 Suspension and Termination by Us,

Your rights under the Agreement will automatically terminate without notice if you fail to comply with its terms. We may terminate the Agreement or restrict, suspend, or terminate your use of the Services at any time, including if we determine that your use violates the Agreement, is improper, substantially exceeds or differs from normal use by other users, involves fraud or misuse of the Services, or harms our interests or those of another user of the Services.

  1. If your access to the Services is restricted, suspended, or terminated, you may be unable to access the Services and you may not receive any refund of fees or any other compensation.5.3 Cancellation by You,
  2. If you signed up directly through us, you may cancel your Unlimited Plan at any time with effect to the end of its term by visiting your Amazon Music Settings, by contacting Amazon customer service, or by using any other cancellation method that we make available to you on your Music Marketplace (noted here ).

Payment, if any, is non-refundable, even if you did not use the Services. If your Location is in the European Union, the United Kingdom, or Brazil, you may cancel your Unlimited Plan by communicating your withdrawal within 14 days of sign up, and if you paid any fee, we will refund it.

If you signed up through a third party, you may need to contact the third party to cancel or receive a refund, if any, under its policies.6. GENERAL,6.1 Reservation of Rights; Waiver, The Services, Software, and Music Content embody intellectual property that is protected by law. Copyright owners of Purchased Music are intended third-party beneficiaries under the Agreement and may enforce the Agreement against you and invoke all rights under the Agreement including limitations of liability.

All licenses granted to you are non-exclusive. Our failure to insist upon or enforce your strict compliance with the Agreement will not constitute a waiver of any of our rights.6.2 Amendments, We may amend the Agreement at any time by posting the revised terms on or through the Services or on Music Marketplace sites, but any increase in fees will not affect the cost of your Unlimited Plan during its term.

  1. To the extent permitted by law, your continued use of the Services or the Software after any amendment evidences your agreement to be bound by it.6.3 Contact Information; Copyright Notices,
  2. For communications concerning the Agreement, please write to Amazon at the applicable notice address listed here,

If you believe that your work has been copied in a way that constitutes copyright infringement, please follow the Notice and Procedure for Making Claims of Copyright Infringement specified in the Conditions of Use applicable to you (noted here ).6.4 Severability,

If any term or condition of the Agreement is deemed invalid, void, or for any reason unenforceable, that part will be deemed severable and will not affect the validity and enforceability of any remaining term or condition.7. DISPUTES,7.1 Disputes/ Conditions of Use, Any dispute or claim arising from or relating to the Agreement or the Services is subject to the dispute resolution, governing law, disclaimer of warranties and limitation of liability, and all other terms in the Conditions of Use applicable to you (noted here ).You agree to those terms by entering into the Agreement or using the Services.

YOU MAY ALSO BE ENTITLED TO CERTAIN CONSUMER PROTECTION RIGHTS UNDER THE LAWS OF YOUR LOCAL JURISDICTION.7.2 Limitation of Liability, The disclaimer of warranties and limitation of liability in the Amazon Conditions of Use applicable to you (noted here ) applies.

How do you find out what Amazon is charging me for?

Why do I see multiple charges for different amounts, when I only placed one order? – Even though you placed a single order on the seller’s website, your purchase may be split into multiple shipments or even multiple orders. Because we charge for items when they are shipped, this can result in multiple charges; however, the total amount charged will add up to the amount displayed when you placed your order.

Some sellers ask Amazon to fulfill (ship) their orders; in these cases, we stock these items (“Amazon-fulfilled orders”) at several different fulfillment centers around the country. When these items are in stock at different fulfillment centers, we may send your order in separate shipments to make sure you get your items as quickly as possible.

The order summary in Your Account will show you the amount charged for each shipment, as well as the total charged per order.

Why am I being charged for Amazon Music twice?

When you see that extra charge on your credit card bill, you might be asking yourself, “Why did Amazon charge me twice? ” It’s possible that you either subscribed to an extra Amazon service or the “double-charge” is part of a normal process without the intention of charging you for more money.

Asked By: Joshua Smith Date: created: Feb 13 2023

Why is Amazon charging me $14.99 a month

Answered By: Devin Baker Date: created: Feb 13 2023

Here’s how much a Prime membership costs, and how to make the most of its benefits Amazon Prime makes your life more convenient, simple, and fun, every single day. Amazon changed the retail shopping experience with the introduction of Prime, best-known for offering fast, free delivery—and that alone makes a membership worth it for many Prime members.

Yet the benefits go way beyond quick delivery. Listen to this story: Read on to learn more about the cost of a Prime membership—and some of the key benefits that come along with it to make your membership meet your needs and wants every day. Let’s start with the cost. A Prime membership is $14.99 per month, or $139 per year if you pay annually—but Amazon also offers several discounted membership options with the same valuable benefits including fast, free delivery on millions of items, exclusive perks, and savings for eligible members.

Prime Access, for instance, is just $6.99 per month for qualifying government assistance recipients, including SNAP EBT and Medicaid. Prime Student—another discounted membership—is $7.49 per month or $69 per year for members enrolled in two or four-year colleges that includes additional exclusive perks specifically for students.

1. Watch, read, listen, and play all with Prime Why Am I Being Charged For Amazon Music When I Have Prime Prime members can enjoy a variety of digital entertainment benefits at no additional cost to their membership. is a streaming service that offers a huge library of content, including Thursday Night Football, Emmy winners The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and Lizzo’s Watch Out for the Big Grrrls, Emmy-nominated satirical superhero drama The Boys, and the smash hits The Lord of The Rings: The Rings of Power, Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, Thirteen Lives, Being the Ricardos, Reacher, and Coming 2 America.

Connects readers to a rotating selection of 3,000 books, audiobooks, magazines, newspapers, and comics. This includes Amazon Original Stories, binge-worthy short fiction and nonfiction from bestselling authors, acclaimed storytellers, and new voices including Dean Koontz, Mindy Kaling, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Margaret Atwood, Taylor Jenkins Reid, and more.

Readers can also enjoy pre-release, editorially-selected Kindle books across genres through, Prime members also have access to ad-free listening of 100 million songs and millions of podcast episodes with, and exclusive in-game loot, free games, and a free subscription on Twitch.tv with, Why Am I Being Charged For Amazon Music When I Have Prime Prime members save on everything from groceries to prescriptions. Let’s start with groceries: Prime members can score exclusive deals and in-store savings at Amazon Fresh and Whole Foods Market stores across the U.S. They get exclusive deals on select everyday favorites, essentials, prepared foods, and more at Amazon Fresh stores—and a discount off hundreds of sale items, and exclusive deals on select products at Whole Foods Market stores.

Prime members can also receive all of their eligible medications for one flat, low monthly fee of $5 with Amazon Pharmacy’s,Other big discounts include special pricing on,, the only digital content subscription for kids with thousands of books, games, videos, Alexa Skills and more; and,Prime members also have exclusive access to major deals during Prime Day, as well as 30-minute early access to,

Prime members in the U.S. can shop directly from merchants’ online stores while enjoying the trusted Prime shopping experience—including fast, free delivery, a seamless checkout experience, and easy free returns on eligible orders. Prime members see the Prime logo and delivery promise on eligible products in merchants’ online stores, which signals the item is available for free delivery, as fast as next day, with free easy returns.

  1. When shopping with, checkout is simple and convenient.
  2. Prime members use the payment and shipping information stored in their Amazon account, and receive timely shipping and delivery notifications after an order is placed. 4.
  3. Food delivery for $0 for a year Prime members also can enjoy a one-year Grubhub+ membership trial ($9.99 per month value), which gives you unlimited $0 delivery fees on all orders over $12.

You can devour this perk at hundreds of thousands of restaurants in over 4,000 cities across the country. Why Am I Being Charged For Amazon Music When I Have Prime Prime members receive fast, free delivery on millions of items and can also choose from multiple delivery options to ensure a package is delivered to them when and where is most convenient.

Free One-Day and Same-Day Delivery: Prime members in the U.S. can shop a selection of over 20 million items eligible for Prime Free One-Day Delivery with no minimum purchase, and hundreds of thousands of items available for Free Same-Day Delivery, within hours, in more than 90 metros. Same-Day Delivery from retailers: Prime members in and near select cities, including Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Miami, and Washington D.C., have the opportunity to shop retail stores from their local mall, like PacSun, GNC, Sur La Table and SuperDry, through Amazon.com and the Amazon mobile app, for Same-Day Delivery. Customers can visit amazon.com/nearme to see if this service is available in their area. Amazon Day: Prime members can select a designated day for a weekly delivery of their packages. This is a free, convenient way to select when and how your package arrives at your doorstep.

Members maximize Amazon’s enormous selection, exceptional value, and fast delivery with Prime. Find more information on, including details on discounted memberships. : Here’s how much a Prime membership costs, and how to make the most of its benefits

When did Amazon music become free for Prime members?

Amazon Music tiers –

  • In addition to digital purchases, Amazon Music also serves streaming music.
  • Music Prime, a service offering unlimited streaming of a limited music catalog, has been available to subscribers at no additional cost in several countries since mid-2014.
  • Music Unlimited, a full-catalog streaming service, has been available as an additional tier or as a standalone subscription since late 2016; though, in India, there is only one tier of Amazon Music available, known as the Amazon Prime Music, and is provided to all the existing Prime members at no additional cost and gives access to the full catalog, including podcasts.

What is the difference between Prime music and Amazon music?

How does Amazon Music Unlimited compare to Spotify and Apple Music? – Amazon Music Unlimited offers a library of 100 million songs, which is similar to nearest best music streaming services rivals such as Spotify and Apple Music, Amazon Prime Music offers 100 million ad-free songs as part of its Prime subscription, so it’s not strictly speaking free. Why Am I Being Charged For Amazon Music When I Have Prime (Image credit: Amazon)

Is Amazon Music free forever?

Why You Can Trust CNET Our expert, award-winning staff selects the products we cover and rigorously researches and tests our top picks. If you buy through our links, we may get a commission. Reviews ethics statement If you have an Amazon Music Unlimited family plan, you’ll also pay more per month. CNET freelancer Gael Fashingbauer Cooper, a journalist and pop-culture junkie, is co-author of “Whatever Happened to Pudding Pops? The Lost Toys, Tastes and Trends of the ’70s and ’80s,” as well as “The Totally Sweet ’90s.” If Marathon candy bars ever come back, she’ll be first in line.

Amazon is raising its monthly fee for Amazon Music Unlimited, and the price increase will affect Prime members who are on the individual plan as well as people with the Amazon Music Unlimited family plan. The new prices are now listed on the homepage for Amazon Music, New customers will begin seeing the changed price now, and existing customers will see the increase on their first bill on or after Sept.19.

An Amazon representative confirmed the price increase. Amazon Music Unlimited promises unlimited access to 100 million songs, touting its on-demand, ad-free access, plus access to ad-free top podcasts. There’s a 30-day free trial. The Amazon Music Unlimited individual plan for Prime members was $9 per month and will now cost $10.

The annual cost is going up from $89 to $99. Non-Prime customers pay $11 per month, so there’s still a slight savings for those with Prime. The Amazon Music Unlimited family plan doesn’t have a special price for Prime members. That cost will go up from $16 to $17 per month, with the annual cost moving from $159 to $169 per year.

The family plan allows up to six accounts under the same plan, each with personalized libraries and recommendations, and offers 90 million songs, as opposed to the100 million songs for Prime members. Students currently enrolled at a degree-granting university or college can get the Individual Plan for $6 per month, on verification of their student status.

  1. Music lovers have a wide variety of streaming services to choose from, each with its own pros and cons.
  2. CNET offers a guide to the best in streaming music, including our takes on Amazon Music Unlimited, Apple Music, Spotify and more.
  3. And while Amazon Prime is best known for offering subscribers fast shipping on many Amazon products, the company has added plenty of extras to Prime to entice you to subscribe.

In addition to music streaming, Prime includes digital photo storage, free PC games, the streaming video service Prime Video and more. Here’s our guide to what Prime offers these days, including some hidden perks you might not know about. And here are five things you maybe didn’t know about Amazon,

Asked By: Michael Brown Date: created: May 20 2024

Is Amazon Music better than Spotify

Answered By: Gabriel Morgan Date: created: May 21 2024

Audio quality – When it comes to streaming quality, Amazon does seem to take the cake. It offers lossless audio streaming across a lot of its tracks, albums and content, aided by the fact that Amazon Music HD – previously a separate, more expensive tier – is now included with Music Unlimited at no extra cost.

  • Amazon Music Unlimited offers two quality ranges: HD and Ultra HD, which have sampling rates ranging from 44.1kHz to 129kHz.
  • This is better than CD quality and can preserve the original recording without any loss of quality, making it the better option if you’re after the best-sounding music.
  • On the other hand, Spotify uses AAC or Ogg/Vorbis format, which ranges from 96kbps to 256kbps.

Overall, Music Unlimited offers better-quality audio than Spotify, although you will need to ensure that you’re using a device compatible with these formats.

Will I lose Amazon Music if I cancel Prime?

Unfortunately, cancelling your Amazon Prime membership will mean that you will no longer be able to stream music from Amazon Music. You may still be able to purchase individual songs or albums, but streaming will no longer be available.

What is Amazon Music Individual Monthly?

What is Amazon Music Unlimited? Amazon Music Unlimited is a premium music subscription service featuring 100 million songs and thousands of expert-programmed playlists and stations. With Amazon Music Unlimited, you can listen to any song, at any time, anywhere, on all your devices – smartphone, tablet, PC/Mac, Fire TV and Alexa-enabled devices like Amazon Echo. You’ll never hear or see an ad and of course, you can download songs or playlists for offline listening. Amazon Music Unlimited gets to know you, personalising your recommendations based on your listening habits, from a catalogue of 100 million songs. Whether you’re looking for the perfect dinner-party playlist, an all-weekend listening session with the entire Beatles catalogue, the latest hits from Bruno Mars or recommendations for new indie music to discover, Amazon Music Unlimited has it all. As a Prime member, you can join Amazon Music Unlimited for £9.99 /month with a monthly subscription or £99/year with an annual subscription. Non-Prime customers pay £10.99/month. What is the difference between Amazon Music Prime and Amazon Music Unlimited? With Amazon Music Unlimited, you get all of the great features and functionality of Amazon Music Prime plus a lot more. Amazon Music Unlimited offers $ million songs in lossless HD quality, millions of tracks in Ultra HD and thousands of expert-programmed playlists and stations, including the hottest new releases from today’s most popular artists. Amazon Music Unlimited’s vast catalogue allows you to dig deep into the vaults of your favourite artists, enjoy the latest and greatest hits and explore new genres and styles. Amazon Music Unlimited also offers a growing catalogue of spatial audio content mastered in Dolby Atmos and 360 Reality Audio. Prime members can join Amazon Music Unlimited for only $/month with a monthly subscription or £99/year with an annual subscription. Non-Prime customers pay $ /month. score=12>Amazon Music Prime is included with your Prime membership at no additional cost. It features two million songs and more than a thousand playlists and stations programmed by Amazon’s music experts. On Amazon Music Prime, you’ll find the perfect soundtrack for your garden barbeque, your morning run or your evening study session. Play music on all your favourite devices and download to play offline. With Amazon Music Unlimited, you get all of the great features and functionality of Amazon Music Prime plus a lot more. Amazon Music Unlimited offers 100 million songs in lossless HD quality, millions of tracks in Ultra HD and thousands of expert-programmed playlists and stations, including the hottest new releases from today’s most popular artists. Amazon Music Unlimited’s vast catalogue allows you to dig deep into the vaults of your favourite artists, enjoy the latest and greatest hits and explore new genres and styles. Amazon Music Unlimited also offers a growing catalogue of spatial audio content mastered in Dolby Atmos and 360 Reality Audio. Prime members can join Amazon Music Unlimited for only £9.99/month with a monthly subscription or £99/year with an annual subscription. Non-Prime customers pay £10.99 /month. Do I need to be a Prime member or an Amazon Music Unlimited subscriber to listen to music from Amazon on my Echo? Customers in the UK who do not yet have a Prime membership or a subscription to Amazon Music Unlimited are able to listen to an ad-supported selection of top playlists and stations on compatible Alexa-enabled devices with Amazon Music, for free. Who may be part of a Family Plan? Family members invited by email must be at least 13 years old and have a standard Amazon account in order to join your Family Plan. Please note that they will be able to make purchases on Amazon with the payment method used for your subscription. Are Family Plan accounts shared? Accounts are not shared and there is no common family profile. Each family member has an Amazon account with personalised recommendations. Who pays for the Family Plan? The person who signs up for the Family Plan is the subscriber and pays £17.99/month or £179/year (available to Prime members only) using a payment method like a credit or debit card. Will we each have our own music libraries and personalized recommendations in a Family Plan? Everyone in our family has different musical tastes and interests. Yes. You’ll see all of your own music, library, playlists and personalised recommendations. Each family member (up to six) has the same functionality as an Individual Plan subscription. How many devices can play music at the same time with Family Plan? You and your family can stream music on up to six devices at the same time. With the Family Plan, do our shared home devices–for example, the Echo in the kitchen and the Dot in living room–each need to be associated with a different family member to play at the same time? No, those can be linked to one family member’s account and you will still be able to stream music on up to six devices as the same time. What is the Single Device plan? We know how important music is to Amazon Echo and Fire TV owners, so we created a special subscription plan just for them. For £4.99/month, listen to Amazon Music Unlimited on a single Echo, Echo Dot, Echo Show, Echo Look, Amazon Tap or Fire TV. Amazon Music Unlimited has a catalogue of 100 million songs, so now you can ask Alexa to play just about any song or artist. Think of Echo plus Amazon Music Unlimited as the ultimate personalised jukebox, with Alexa as the DJ. To start a free trial on your Echo, just say, ‘Alexa, try Amazon Music Unlimited’. To sign up on Fire TV, open the Amazon Music app on your Fire TV device and join on the Settings page. Note: HD, Ultra HD and spatial audio are not available on the Single Device Plan. Do I need the Single Device plan to listen on my Echo? No. All Amazon Music Unlimited subscription plans work on Amazon Echo and Fire TV devices. So does Amazon Music Prime. The Single Device Plan is a special, low-cost subscription plan designed for Amazon Echo and Fire TV owners who want to listen to Amazon Music Unlimited on a single device but aren’t interested in listening on other devices like smartphones, tablets, computers or multiple Amazon Echo or Fire TV devices. I have multiple Echo devices. With the Single Device Plan, can I listen to Amazon Music Unlimited on all of them? The Single Device Plan allows you to listen to Amazon Music Unlimited on a single Amazon Echo, Echo Show, Echo Look, Echo Dot, Echo Spot, Echo Plus or Amazon Tap for £4.99/month. It cannot be used on multiple Echo devices. To listen to Amazon Music Unlimited on multiple devices (like your smartphone, tablet, PC/Mac and Fire TV), you will have to upgrade to the Individual or Family plan. What is Amazon Music Unlimited for Students? Amazon Music Unlimited for Students is a streaming music subscription, discounted for students that are currently enrolled in a degree-granting college or university. To verify eligibility, all customers must validate student status through a third-party validation service – SheerID. How do I qualify for Amazon Music Unlimited for Students? here. As part of the subscription process, you are asked to provide verification of enrolment. Verification is confirmed with third-party vendor, SheerID. If your student status cannot be verified automatically, you’ll be asked to manually upload enrolment documentation. You must provide one of the following:

Official Enrollment Letter from your academic institution (acceptance letters will not be approved) Class schedule for the current academic term Registration receipt or tuition receipt Transcript that shows classes currently in progress Other school issued document that displays your first/last name, an issue date from the current term or within the last three months

If your school is not covered by SheerID, you will have the opportunity to request to add it. Some technical and vocational schools may not qualify for the Amazon Music Unlimited for Students discount. Once eligibility is confirmed, you will have access to Amazon Music Unlimited. You can use the Student discount for a total of four years with concurrent student enrolment. score=11>If you’re a student currently enrolled in a degree-granting college or university, you can start the registration process for Amazon Music Unlimited for Students, As part of the subscription process, you are asked to provide verification of enrolment. Verification is confirmed with third-party vendor, SheerID. If your student status cannot be verified automatically, you’ll be asked to manually upload enrolment documentation. You must provide one of the following:

Official Enrollment Letter from your academic institution (acceptance letters will not be approved) Class schedule for the current academic term Registration receipt or tuition receipt Transcript that shows classes currently in progress Other school issued document that displays your first/last name, an issue date from the current term or within the last three months

If your school is not covered by SheerID, you will have the opportunity to request to add it. Some technical and vocational schools may not qualify for the Amazon Music Unlimited for Students discount. Once eligibility is confirmed, you will have access to Amazon Music Unlimited. You can use the Student discount for a total of four years with concurrent student enrolment. If I am already a Prime Student member, do I need to verify my eligibility for Amazon Music Unlimited for Students? Yes, Amazon Music Unlimited has a different student screening process than the one used for Prime Student. If I already am an Amazon Music Unlimited subscriber and I am eligible for the Student discount, how do I switch? You can verify eligibility by visiting your, and selecting the Student discount. This will prompt the SheerID verification process. Which Amazon Music Unlimited plan is right for me? Families can benefit from great savings with the, Up to 6 family members can listen, all at the same time. Get all the benefits of the Individual Plan with personalized recommendations, music and playlists for all. If you only want to listen to Amazon Music Unlimited on a single Amazon Echo or Fire TV, choose the Single Device plan for $/month. You can always upgrade to the Individual Plan later if you want to listen on more than a single device. Just ask, “Alexa, upgrade my Amazon Music Unlimited subscription,” or visit Your, If you’re a student currently enrolled in a degree-granting college or university, you may qualify for Amazon Music Unlimited for Students – which offers all the music and features of the individual plan for only $/month. score=16.38>If you want to listen to Amazon Music Unlimited on all your devices – smartphone, tablet, PC/Mac, tablet, Fire TV and Amazon Echo – select the Individual Plan. Families can benefit from great savings with the, Up to 6 family members can listen, all at the same time. Get all the benefits of the Individual Plan with personalized recommendations, music and playlists for all. If you only want to listen to Amazon Music Unlimited on a single Amazon Echo or Fire TV, choose the Single Device plan for £4.99/month. You can always upgrade to the Individual Plan later if you want to listen on more than a single device. Just ask, “Alexa, upgrade my Amazon Music Unlimited subscription,” or visit Your, If you’re a student currently enrolled in a degree-granting college or university, you may qualify for Amazon Music Unlimited for Students – which offers all the music and features of the individual plan for only £4.99/month. What are Alexa voice controls? Amazon Music has recently introduced many new and innovative Alexa voice controls to make asking for music more natural and fun than ever. Here are a few examples:

Want to hear the latest song or album by your favorite artist but don’t know the title? Try, “Alexa, play the new song by Bruno Mars,” or, “Alexa, play the latest album by Norah Jones.” Have words to a song stuck in your head but can’t remember the name of the song? Just say a few words and Alexa will play it for you. Try, “Alexa, play the song that goes ‘I’ll Be Your Lifeline Tonight.'” Want to re-live the music from your college days? Try, “Alexa, play the most popular rock from the ’90s.” Feeling down and need a pick-me-up? Try, “Alexa play happy R&B music.” Want to listen to early catalog from a favorite artist? Try, “Alexa, play Van Halen from the ’70s.” Having friends over? Try, “Alexa, play music for a dinner party.” Want to be surprised? Try, “Alexa, play the Song of the Day.” score=30>Alexa voice controls are the ways you can ask Alexa to play music. If you’ve listened to music on an Echo, Echo Dot, Echo Show, Echo Look, or Amazon Tap, you’re already familiar with Alexa voice controls like, “Alexa, play Adele,” or, “Alexa, play jazz music.” Amazon Music has recently introduced many new and innovative Alexa voice controls to make asking for music more natural and fun than ever. Here are a few examples:

Want to hear the latest song or album by your favorite artist but don’t know the title? Try, “Alexa, play the new song by Bruno Mars,” or, “Alexa, play the latest album by Norah Jones.” Have words to a song stuck in your head but can’t remember the name of the song? Just say a few words and Alexa will play it for you. Try, “Alexa, play the song that goes ‘I’ll Be Your Lifeline Tonight.'” Want to re-live the music from your college days? Try, “Alexa, play the most popular rock from the ’90s.” Feeling down and need a pick-me-up? Try, “Alexa play happy R&B music.” Want to listen to early catalog from a favorite artist? Try, “Alexa, play Van Halen from the ’70s.” Having friends over? Try, “Alexa, play music for a dinner party.” Want to be surprised? Try, “Alexa, play the Song of the Day.”

Is Amazon Music Prime going away? No, Amazon Music Prime is not going away. In fact, it’s better than ever, with all the music plus the largest catalog of top podcasts ad-free. And of course it’s still included with your Prime membership at no additional cost.

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  • ITunes Billing: How do I manage or update my Amazon Music Unlimited Plan purchased in the Amazon Music app on an Apple iPhone or iPad (iOS) Device? If you purchased Amazon Music Unlimited through the Amazon Music app on an Apple iPhone or iPad (iOS) device, your subscription was created through your Apple iTunes account.

Amazon cannot cancel, manage, update payment methods, or offer refunds for subscriptions purchased through Apple. Instead, please use your Apple iPhone or iPad (iOS) device to update your payment method or cancel your Amazon Music Unlimited subscription.

Learn more from Apple about canceling your auto-renewal through your iOS device or managing your iTunes Account information at support.apple.com. If you choose to cancel, your music subscription will continue until the end of your current billing cycle. iTunes Billing: Which plans can be purchased through an Apple iPhone or iPad (in app purchase)? Only the Individual Plan is available through iTunes (in app payment).

Special offers, discounts and promotions are not available for Amazon Music Unlimited subscriptions purchased through an Apple device.

Asked By: Alfred Hernandez Date: created: Aug 07 2023

Why did Amazon delete my music

Answered By: Connor Edwards Date: created: Aug 07 2023

Song or album is grayed out, and cannot be selected or played. Here are some reasons Amazon Music Prime or Amazon Music Unlimited titles no longer show as available :

The titles were removed from the Amazon Music Prime or Amazon Music Unlimited catalog, Your Amazon Prime membership or your Amazon Music Unlimited subscription expired or was canceled. Your Amazon Music Unlimited subscription was downgraded to Amazon Music Unlimited Single-Device Plan. You will need to re-download music in Standard Quality for offline playback. Amazon Music Prime you downloaded to your mobile device is no longer available for offline playback. You haven’t used the app while connected to a wireless network in the past month. You have recently updated the Amazon Music app and need to re-download your music. All your offline music will be re-downloaded in one go when you select the Download option. If you do not have a Wi-Fi connection currently, you can select the option to download when Wi-Fi is available and the download will be queued.

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