As a limited-time offer, Apple Music is extending Apple Music’s free trial period to four months for new subscribers from the US military and veterans. The offer is exclusively for the U.S. Currently, the company offers three months free trial period to new subscribers. The offer is valid till August 1, 2021.
Apple Music recently introduced Lossless Audio and Spatial Audio features on the service for free. Now, subscribers can enjoy HiFi (high fidelity) audio quality in surround sound experience. The features are also available on HomePod and HomePod mini. For military personals with an Apple Fitness+ subscription can enjoy Apple Music curated playlists while working out.
New Apple Music subscribers from U.S Military can avail four months free trial via the ID.me service
The interested service members will have to go to a special link to verify their military ID with ID.me, a third-party service that offers discounts to serving military personals and veterans.
- Go to redeem.apple.com/veterans.
- Verify with ID.me to get a special code.
- Special code will give new subscribers four months free of Apple Music.
Having said that, 9to5Mac points out that existing Apple Music subscribers from the U.S. military can get an extra month of free music service via an ID.me account. In addition, Apple also offers a 10 percent discount to serving and veteran service members on all of its products. To avail the discount, eligible users will have to verify their veteran or active military status via ID.me.
A 10% discount is available to current and Veteran members of the US Military, National Guard and Reserve. Immediate family members who reside in the same household are also eligible.
Click at apple.com/veterans_military to access the special online store to purchase Apple TV (set-top box), MacBook, iPad, iPhone, Apple Watch, AirPods, Apple Pencil, HomePod, and other products. However, current exclusions apply to “Only SIM-free iPhones are eligible for special pricing and Apple Card Monthly Installments are not currently available for this offer.”