* Access more than 10 million songs with unlimited listening
* More features and 8 million more songs than free Prime Music service
* Create playlists and stations based on favorite artists, moods or event
Need a better — and cheaper — way to get all your music? Amazon Prime Day isn’t until July 11 but you can take advantage of this Prime Day deal right now and get four months of Amazon Music Unlimited for just $0.99.
Amazon is touting it as “the best deal in Amazon Music history,” and they’re actually not that far off. The deal gives you on-demand access to tens of millions of songs, ranging from current hit artists to Amazon’s extensive back catalog of classic hits and legendary icons.
You can listen ad-free with unlimited skips. And download individual songs or playlists for offline listening (a much-appreciated feature when you’re going on long road trips and finding a network signal is spotty).
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Amazon Music syncs to all major phones, tablets, computers, car radios and wireless speakers. If you own an Alexa-enabled device, you’ll also be able to call up your favorite tracks using just your voice. Ask Alexa to “play the song with the lyrics…” Or, ask Alexa to play the latest Coldplay song, “play a happy song,” or surprise you with her song of the day.
Get four full months of the complete on-demand streaming service with this deal for just $0.99, and a lifetime rate of $7.99/month after — which is $2 cheaper than what non-Prime members pay monthly for an Amazon Music Unlimited subscription. You’ll need to be an Amazon Prime member to take advantage of this offer, but you don’t have to decide up front: try a 30-day Prime trial first, and check out our guide to Amazon Prime membership to help you decide whether to pony up after the trial ends. Your Amazon Music Unlimited deal for $0.99 is on now and ends at 11:59pm PT on July 11th, so get in while the gettin’s good.
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