Hurry and claim your free four-month Apple Music subscription right now at Groupon (new users only)

Hurry and claim your free four-month Apple Music subscription right now at Groupon (new users only)
It's definitely not every day that you get the chance to claim a free four-month subscription to the world's second most popular music streaming platform, but believe it or not, that's precisely the amazing deal Groupon is offering for the second time in just a little over a month.

Once again, you only have a "limited time" to act and hit the "buy" button at the source link below, although you won't actually need to buy anything (as in, cough up any money) to become a "paying" Apple Music subscriber for no less than 120 days. As usual, the promotion exclusively targets people who've never tried the hugely successful service before, while those who subscribed in the past but are no longer active customers can score a decent one-month freebie of their own.

There's no love whatsoever for current Apple Music subscribers and we also don't see an expiration date listed on the Groupon webpage. It's probably a good idea to hurry, though, as more than 20,000 people have already claimed their gifts, including over 2,250 today only (at the time of this writing).

One very important detail you'll want to consider before pulling the trigger is that Groupon actually lets you choose between two types of freebies. You can opt for an individual new account and save around 40 bucks for your four months of gratis access to all the music you can stream or get a family plan and bring your total discount up to $60 or so while being able to share your Apple Music subscription with up to five other people. 

Don't forget to cancel your subscription before the 120 days are up if you don't want to be automatically billed for $9.99 or $14.99 a month for an individual or family account respectively. Otherwise, there really are no strings attached or "catches" you need to take into consideration.

Check out the deal here

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