Your Amazon Music membership will rise next month


Two of Amazon Music subscription services will see a price increase on May 5th.

Two of Amazon’s Amazon Music subscription plans will see an increase in price on May 5, 2022. Revised customers will see the new pricing on their first bill after this date.

According to a support page on, the change will effect two particular Amazon Music subscriptions next month. In order to “help us provide you even more content and features,” the corporation said the changes are going into effect now.


The following are the two impacted plans, as well as the revised prices:

If you now pay $3.99 a month, you will now pay $4.99.
It’s going up from $7.99 to $8.99 per month, or $79 to $89 per year, for the Amazon Music Unlimited Individual Plan (discounted for Amazon Prime members).
Many Amazon Echo owners utilise the Single-Device Plan when they only want to use their smart speaker to listen to music but don’t want to pay for a music subscription.

There will be no impact on customers who are presently taking advantage of a promotional deal, according to Amazon. Until then, the old price will be honoured for a single billing cycle until the new rate takes effect.


Amazon Music is still cheaper than Apple Music and Spotify’s premium plans, which is something to keep in mind despite the change.

Many consumers, especially those who use their Echo to listen to music and take use of the Single-Device Plan described earlier, would be affected by the price changes, even if few would dispute that Amazon Music is the finest iPhone experience for music aficionados.


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