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Which music streaming service has the best family plan?

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Music streaming services have revolutionized the way we listen to music, with access to millions of songs on demand. From Spotify to Apple Music to Amazon Music and more, it can be overwhelming to make a decision on the right music streaming services for your specific tastes and needs. This can only get more complicated when the whole family's involved, and you're having to pick a service to satisfy everyone.

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Which music streaming service has the best family plan?

To help you decide what makes the most sense for your family, we’ve rounded up the top family plans for streaming music.


The Spotify family plan provides your household with 6 ad-free user profiles that function the same as individual accounts. You also have the option to build mixed playlists with members of your family if you want to listen together, or just create a unique blend of your music tastes.

Even if you only get a family plan for two people it can make financial sense, since it works out cheaper for each person when compared to an individual Spotify plan.

Cost: $15.99/month.

Apple Music

If you’re an iPhone user, there’s a good chance you use Apple Music, and there’s also a good chance there are other iPhone users in your household. The Apple Music family plan allows up to six people to join and have access to unlimited Apple Music streaming on their devices. Since it’s less than double the price of an individual plan, this one is also worth it even if you only have one person to share with.

Cost: $16.99/month.

Amazon Music

The Amazon Music unlimited family plan allows up to 6 household accounts that can be used across multiple devices, so you won’t need to worry about being logged out of your profile if you switch from desktop to mobile apps! If you already have Amazon Prime and use Prime Music, it might be worth the upgrade to gain access to unlimited music and podcasts—all with HD sound.

Cost: $15.99/month.


When you sign up for a Tidal family plan, you along with five household members get personalized profiles and complete access to over 100 million songs, ad-free, in HiFi. If you want additional features like activity tracking and innovative audio formats like Dolby Atmos, Sony 360 Reality Audio, in addition to the included HiFi, you can pay a little extra to get the HiFi Plus plan.

Cost: $14.99/month for standard HiFi plan, $29.99 for HiFi Plus.


Before we had YouTube playlists and Spotify radio, there was Pandora—the original intuitive music streaming service, which is why many listeners choose the Pandora family plan for their household. This platform also allows up to 6 users, which is a great value when compared to the cost of individual plans.

Cost: $14.99/month.

Maintain musical momentum with Mulberry Unlimited

Even if you can’t get the entire household to agree on one music streaming platform, a family plan is still worth getting even for two people. And, if you’re considering switching music services, make sure you opt for a free trial first, so you can get a sense of all the features it has to offer before you make a decision.

Subscribe to Mulberry Unlimited to get product protection coverage for all your music streaming devices, electronics, headphones, and more under the same plan.

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Justin Smith has written about everything from stock market investing to electric vehicles, most recently for SuperMoney, Mulberry and EverLaw. Apart from optimizing the latest blog content and hunting for the perfect keywords, he also enjoys going on long runs.

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