Amazon Prime Day hasn’t arrived yet, but there are already some phenomenal early deals. For music fans, Amazon Music is offering a four-month membership for just 99p, that’s a huge saving of over £30.
Given that Spotify is only offering a 30-day free trial of their premium service, Amazon Music’s 99p deal is impossible to beat – it’s outstanding value for money.
With so many music streaming services on the market nowadays from the likes of Spotify and Tidal to Apple Music and Deezer, it can be tricky to stand-out but Amazon Music has a few tricks up its sleeve to rise above the competition.
Aside from the staggering 40 million songs that are available through the service, which include the latest music from the likes of Gorillaz and Florence + The Machine, Amazon Music is designed to work seamlessly with the full range of Amazon Echo products.
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The Amazon Echo has limited functionality with other streaming services, but using it for Amazon Music is as easy an experience as you could hope for. It doesn’t matter how specific your request might be (i.e. the best Britpop songs from 1968), Echo devices are tailored to scour the full range of the Amazon Music library to find exactly what you’re looking for.
As one would expect, you can take your albums and playlists with you offline – particularly handy for finding your zen during a long tube journey in the summer heat. Death metal playlist, anyone?
Amazon Music is supported by dedicated apps for iOS, Android, PC and Mac, so there’s never any reason to stop the party just because you’re shifting to another device.
When your four months are up, you can simply cancel your subscription or decide to continue for only £7.99 a month (£9.99 for non-Prime members) which is already cheaper than most of the other subscription services out there. There’s also a yearly £79 option to save some more.
In the midst of summer, how could you possible say no to four months of unlimited music streaming for just 99p? Yeah, we wouldn’t either.
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