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Amazon Music Unlimited is just 99p for four months if you subscribe before Prime Day

As part of the upcoming Amazon Prime Day event, customers will be able to try out four months of Amazon’s special music service, “Music Unlimited,” for the low price of £0.99.

Music Unlimited is a subscription service that allows its members to listen to any one of its library of 60 million songs, ad-free, including streaming them through any compatible Amazon devices they happen to own, such as the Echo Dot and other Alexa gadgets. Normally the service costs £7.99 a month, meaning it’ll cost less than 1/32 of what it’d normally cost you for four months (yes, we did the maths). 

There are, of course, some restrictions for those who want to take advantage of it. Customers have to be Amazon Prime members, and they also need to not have used Music Unlimited before – basically this is your incredibly cheap taster before you try out the real thing. Still, if those apply to you and you get it now, you’ll have an ungodly amount of music to listen to between now and February. 

Alternatively, you don’t have to get it right now. This offer is valid until the end of Amazon Prime Day on October 14th, meaning you have a couple of weeks to decide whether you want to commit.

Be sure to stick with us throughout Amazon Prime Day as we’ll be bringing you all the offers as and when they go live. You can also head to the Jelly Deals Twitter page for up-to-the-moment updates on all the best offers and deals around when the event begins on 13th October.

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