Amazon Prime: $8.98 Echo Dot (3rd Gen) + Music Unlimited Trial

My Money Blog has partnered with CardRatings and Credit-Land for selected credit cards and may receive a commission. All opinions expressed are the author’s alone, and has not been provided nor approved by any of the companies mentioned.

Update: Offer is back again, but sold out quickly last time!

Amazon has brought back a good deal for Prime members interested in a cheap Echo Dot (newest 3rd generation). Sign up for a 1-month Amazon Music Unlimited membership for $7.99, and you get can get an Echo Dot (3rd gen) for only $0.99 (total cost $8.98). Here’s how:

  1. Click here for the combined Echo Dot + 1-month trial. You must pay with a credit card (no gift card), which will be used to enroll in Amazon Music Unlimited at $7.99 per month. The shipping is free at checkout.
  2. The membership will auto-renew, but you can cancel your Amazon Music Unlimited trial at any time, anytime before the month is up.

This limited time offer of 1 month of Amazon Music Unlimited Individual Plan and an Echo Dot for $8.98 is available only to customers who subscribe to Amazon Music Unlimited Individual Plan and who purchase an eligible Echo device. Current subscribers are not eligible. After the 1-month promotional term, your Amazon Music subscription will automatically continue at the monthly price of $7.99 plus applicable taxes until you cancel.

Amazon Music unlimited lets you listen to all 60 million songs ad-free and on-demand, you can call up songs with Alexa, and you can listen offline with unlimited skips.

My Money Blog has partnered with CardRatings and Credit-Land for selected credit cards, and may receive a commission from card issuers. All opinions expressed are the author’s alone, and has not been provided nor approved by any of the companies mentioned. MyMoneyBlog.com is also a member of the Amazon Associate Program, and if you click through to Amazon and make a purchase, I may earn a small commission. Thank you for your support.



User Generated Content Disclosure: Comments and/or responses are not provided or commissioned by any advertiser. Comments and/or responses have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by any advertiser. It is not any advertiser's responsibility to ensure all posts and/or questions are answered.

Comments

  1. Linda Buchanan says

    This would be good to give as a gift, if you already have one. However, we have one and really only use it for weather reports. We have’t found much practical application for it. I’d like to hear what other have used theirs for. Maybe we are missing out on some great stuff.

    • We use ours for a grocery shopping list. Works pretty well for that.
      We can tell it to add something to the shopping list anytime and then when I’m at the store I just bring up the list in the alexa app on my phone.

  2. Joshua Katt says

    Streaming music if you have Sirius, Spotify, Amazon, etc, great for distracting toddlers.

    Asking simple google questions (when is the next NY Jets game).

    That’s about it from a practical standpoint although techies can make it do anything (like make a list) at triple the effort of pen and paper…

  3. I like the ability to set timers, set reminders, and adding calendar events without having to take my phone out of my pocket. I don’t have an Apple watch or other gadget that lets me do that.

    The idea of being able to call up whatever song I want to listen to at the moment is neat (would be “magic” a few decades ago), but I don’t know if it’s worth $96 a year to me. I have enough podcasts queued up for the limited time that I have free to listen.

    • Mary Anna says

      There’s a fair amount of music free if you have a Prime membership (even if you cancel the Amazon Music Unlimited). We have a Dot next to our rowing machine, and it’s really nice to have her play my ‘workout’ playlist.

  4. joshua Katt says

    Did not work for me, not eligible, probably since I’ve done it in the past. But thanks, gave it a try. My 2yo goes crazy with the volume buttons, we had to remove from his room recently, otherwise he’d never fall asleep.

  5. Speaking of being worth it, I don’t understand why you would want to buy a microphone that listens to everything you say and do, and willingly put it in your home. Ever read the book 1984? It’s all gradually coming true…

    Before you say no one is listening, look up the examples where all the big tech players have been caught doing it. The NSA was also caught doing it with Samsung Smart TVs.

    • I definitely respect that opinion and have my concerns as well. I mainly use the “Hey Siri” feature of my iPhone, but that means my iPhone is also always listening to me, at least for the activation word like an Echo. You can disable that, or you might trust Apple more than Amazon or Google. (I have a Samsung TV and would not buy it again. Way too many “features” that I can’t turn off and that automatically update. Including ads!)

Speak Your Mind

*