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Stuart C. Wilson/GettyIn the lead-up to Amazon’s , the online retailer is offering deep discounts on many of its services.
Right now, it’s offering a four-month subscription to its music streaming service for $1.
You’ll need to be a Prime member to take advantage of the deal, which runs through July 11, if you’re not.
Amazon Music Unlimited is Amazon’s answer to Spotify, Apple Music, and Tidal. A subscription gives you access to a library of millions of songs that you can stream ad-free whenever you want from whichever device you have on hand.
You can download songs for offline listening, check out Amazon’s curated playlists, or create and share your own with other Music Unlimited subscribers. This service also sets itself apart from the competition by having a lower monthly fee for Prime Members — $7.99 instead of $9.99 for non-members — so if you don’t have any deep loyalty to your current service, it’s a good deal.
Even if you’re happy with your current music streaming service, this deal is so good that you can save almost $40 by ditching it for a few months.
Continuing your membership will still save you money on a monthly basis (if you’re a Prime Member), but it’s still a good deal regardless.
Prime Day itself is going to be full of hundreds of thousands of good deals, and . But for people who love music, you’re probably not going to find a better sale than this one.
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