The clock’s ticking down on Amazon’s frankly ridiculous Prime Day offer on Amazon Music Unlimited. Prime customers can currently bag a four-month subscription for just 99p − four months would normally cost Prime members £31.96 − but the offer expires tonight!
Amazon Music Unlimited would usually cost Prime members £7.99 per month (it costs £9.99 a month for non-Prime members), so by taking advantage of this deal you’d save yourself a whopping £30.97. If you prefer percentages, we’re talking about a 96.9% reduction here. It’s a saving that’s well worth making a… ahem… song and dance over.
Before diving in though, you should know that this offer is exclusive to Amazon Prime members who have also never used Amazon Music Unlimited before.
If this is you – great. But if you aren’t a Prime member though, you can either sign up for the 30-day free trial or pick up an annual membership for £59 instead of the £79 it would usually cost. Once again though, that deal expires tonight.
But back to Amazon Music Unlimited. The service, which is a competitor to Spotify and Apple Music, gives you unlimited access to 50 million songs, which can be streamed to your smartphone, laptop, or Alexa-empowered device.
It’s also ad-free, and you can download your tracks for listening whilst in airplane mode or in poor signal areas.
Amazon Music Unlimited earned a solid but unspectacular 3.5 stars out of 5 in our review, but for 99p it’s well worth a go, especially if you don’t already subscribe to Spotify or Apple Music. If you don’t love it, you can always cancel your membership before the end of four-month period.
As mentioned above, this offer won’t be around tomorrow. The clock’s ticking!
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