If you have Amazon Prime, you might already use one of its many cool benefits, Amazon Prime Music. With Amazon Prime Music, which is free with your Amazon Prime subscription, you can listen to hundreds of thousands of ad-free tunes.
You can listen on your computer, phone, or tablet, and you can even create playlists of your favorites and download them for offline listening.
In addition, Amazon offers their Music Unlimited service, which offers millions of songs – almost any song you can think of – but costs a bit extra. It normally costs $7.95 per month for the individual plan, but for a limited time, through July 11 only, you can pick up a super sweet deal on Amazon Music Unlimited.
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Prime members can get 4 months of Amazon Music Unlimited for $0.99! That’s right – just 99 cents gets you four whole months of access to on-demand listening of all different types of music.
This includes tunes you’ll love from today and yesterday. Enjoy everything from swing music and jazz to disco, funk, 1980s hair bands plus hot songs like DNCE’s “Cake by the Ocean” and “Despacito” by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee feat. Justin Bieber.
After 4 months, Amazon will start charging you the $7.95 per month unless you cancel. You can set a calendar entry to remind yourself the first week of November to decide whether to discontinue Amazon Music Unlimited at the regular price.
Also, don’t forget that Prime Day is coming up on July 11! It’s Amazon’s Christmas in July sale with deals rivaling Black Friday’s. Don’t miss Prime Day 2017 – 30 Hours of Deals starting July 10 at 9 p.m.
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