Easter at home: Unmissable FREE Amazon Music offer

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The majority of us will be spending Easter at home this year, and so will be looking for ways to be entertained. Music is, of course, one great way form of entertainment, providing the answer when you need a soundtrack to blare out out while you dance around your living room, or something soothing to help you get to sleep. If you're not happy with your current music system, or aren't yet signed up to a digital service, then Amazon Music could be ideal for you. (And don't forget to get a pair of the best noise-cancelling headphones too.)

The best thing about it is that right now there's a free Amazon Music Unlimited trial for three whole months, so you can experiment with it, find out if all your favourite tunes are there (spoiler, they probably are) and then either continue the subscription, or cancel it without having spent a penny. Win win! Did we mention there are 50 million songs available?


Amazon Music Unlimited: Free three month trial
Get access to 50 million songs for free with this incredible offer. You can cancel at any time. Hurry, this deal is only available for a limited time, so grab it before it's gone!

Amazon Kindle Unlimited: Free for 2 months

Amazon Kindle Unlimited: Free for 2 months
Relax with a good book, magazine or audiobook this weekend from Amazon Kindle Unlimited. Free for two months, you can cancel at any time, and you don't need a Kindle to get access. Deal for new customers only.

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Kerrie Hughes
Freelance writer

Kerrie Hughes is a frequent contributor to Creative Bloq, and was once its editor. One of the original CB crew, Kerrie joined the team back in 2013 after moving from her role as staff writer on 3D World. Since then she's written regularly for other creative publications such as ImagineFX, Computer Arts and Digital Camera World. After a stint working for the police, Kerrie is back reviewing creative tech for creative professionals.