Apple Offering 4-Month Apple Music Free Trial

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Apple is currently offering a four-month free trial of their music streaming service, Apple Music. The normal free trial period for Apple Music is usually three months, but it would appear as though Apple is expanding that.

To do this, you will have to go to the LivingSocial website, which is where you will be able to get the deal. Note that this cannot be done through a device like the iPhone, iPad or Mac through an app like iTunes or the Apple Music app.

It should also be said that those who currently already subscribe to Apple Music can still use this deal. However, they will only be able to get one month of it for free.

Once the four-month free trial has expired, the subscription will cost $9.99 for regular members and $4.99 a month if you are a student who has gone through validating that they are currently in college and going to one of the schools on Apple’s list of colleges and universities.

It’s completely free to do this and I would recommend that college students across the country use this because it could essentially mean that you could get a semester’s worth of Apple Music for completely free.

This will only work for Apple Music users in the United States. Apple Music has apps available on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV, Mac and is available to stream through the HomePod too. The rest of the terms and conditions can be found below.

Terms and Conditions:

Promotional value expires 30 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Valid for new U.S. members only; not valid in Canada. This promotion may not be combined with other offers. Limit one per person. Valid only for option purchased. Online only. To redeem, must register credit card with merchant. Requires iOS 8.4 or higher and Android 4.3 or higher. After the four-month promotional period, plans will automatically renew to $9.99 a month for Individual memberships, or $14.99 for Family memberships unless canceled with merchant. See merchant's terms and conditions. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Offer is not eligible for our promo codes or other discounts.
David Becker
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