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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?

You can cancel at any time, but if you choose to keep the service once those free three months are over, then Amazon Music costs $9.99/£9.99 a month (or $7.99/£7.99 for Amazon Prime members). Which is still a bargain when you consider how much music you get access to. 

If you'd also like to spend the weekend lost in a good book, Amazon Kindle Unlimited is also currently free for two months to new customers too. The online library holds over a million books, magazines and audiobooks, which is sure to keep you entertained for hours. You don't even need a Kindle to get access, you can download books directly on to your PC, Mac, iOS or Android devices. 

Want Alexa to handle your new playlists? Or a Kindle to enjoy your new book? Amazon is currently offering big discounts on its device range – you can find all the best prices right here: 

Kerrie Hughes

Kerrie Hughes is editor of Creative Bloq. Kerrie was staff writer for 3D World magazine before joining the original Creative Bloq team in 2012. Since then she's written regularly for other publications, including ImagineFX, 3D World and Computer Arts magazines.