PlayStation Plus subscribers with a taste for music can now dance their butts off for the next year, all for the cost of a concert ticket in the nosebleed section. Music Unlimited is offering a full year’s subscription to its music streaming service for just 12 bucks.

For a limited time, a One Year Premium Subscription is available through the PlayStation Network for 50 percent off the regular price, moving from $119.88 to $59.99. If you happen to be a Plus subscriber, however, that exact same membership can be yours for the low-low price of $12.

The Premium Subscription offers full access to the Music Unlimited service, including access to more than 18 million songs streamed ad-free through the PlayStation 3, the PSP and the PS Vita. The subscription covers every device Music Unlimited is on, too, including PC, Mac, iDevices and Android Devices, meaning that $12 could go a long, long way.

Along with being able to stream music to your various devices, Music Unlimited also allows you to search for your favorite songs and albums and listen to your music *ahem* unlimited with no ads and an no limit on skips. Music you save to your playlists can also be stored on your devices, meaning you can continue to use Music Unlimited even when you don’t have Wi-Fi or a cellular signal.

To sign up for Music Unlimited, simply search for it on the store on any of your PlayStation devices or head to the official website.

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