Prime Day is coming in hot, and Amazon is already rolling out deals for Prime members.
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A Thursday offer allows Prime members to access Amazon Music Unlimited for four months for just $.99. Less than a buck, for (roughly) 120 days of music? That’s less than one cent a day. And after your four months is up, the service will only set you back $7.99 per month, which is still one of the lowest rates on the market. And according to the deal’s fine print, you’re also not locked in for any amount of time: “After the promotional trial, your subscription will automatically continue at the monthly price of $7.99 until you cancel.”
Our review of the best music streaming services featured Prime Music as a great streaming option for Prime members. Amazon offers a few different plans that provide options for music buffs as well as people who just want to put on a playlist for the occasional dinner party. Amazon Music Unlimited, which is what’s on sale for Prime Day, offers an extensive library that’s comparable to other heavy hitters in the music streaming industry. It also comes loaded with a rich catalog of Alexa commands and you can connect as many devices as your heart desires.
On a regular day, Amazon Music Unlimited is a sound option (pun intended) for Prime members looking for a music streaming service. But through July 16, the price is so good it doesn’t make sense to not give it a try. Keep in mind, this deal is subject to location and it’s only available to new subscribers.