What you need to know
- Dolly Parton has partnered with Apple to offer up to five months of Apple Music for free.
Apple is running its latest promotion to offer free months of Apple Music to new subscribers in a unique way. The company has partnered up with country music legend Dolly Parton to offer new subscribers to its music streaming service five months of free service.
Parton posted the offer to her Twitter feed, saying that new subscribers can grab up to 5 months of Apple Music for free.
.@Shazam #5to9 during tonight's #SuperBowl to unlock a special surprise! You can also get up to 5 months of @AppleMusic free if you're a new subscriber ❤️ https://t.co/Vj5KuzZ0xo pic.twitter.com/8g0oiDpQuW.@Shazam #5to9 during tonight's #SuperBowl to unlock a special surprise! You can also get up to 5 months of @AppleMusic free if you're a new subscriber ❤️ https://t.co/Vj5KuzZ0xo pic.twitter.com/8g0oiDpQuW— Dolly Parton (@DollyParton) February 7, 2021February 7, 2021
As reported by 9to5Mac, the offer is available to those in the following countries:
If you missed Shazaming the song during the Super Bowl to get the offer, you can click on the link in Parton's Twitter post or look up the song in the Shazam app which is free to download from the App Store. Apple commonly runs free Apple Music promotions, but they are usually up to four months, so tonight's offer is better than most.
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