Amazon Prime Day may not be for a couple of weeks but the shopping behemoth has wasted no time in dishing out some discounts.
To celebrate the official launch of Prime Day, which takes place on Tuesday July 17th, the retailer has cut the price of its streaming music service, Amazon Music Unlimited.
Sign-up for Music Unlimited today - or indeed any time before the end of the month - and you can get four months of music for just 99p.
The usual cost is £7.99 per month (£9.99 per month for non-Prime members), so that's a saving of £28 (or £36).
Our review of Music Unlimited pegged the service as a strong rival to Spotify, and a particularly attractive option for those already on board with all things Amazon.
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Diverse playlists, wide platform and device support, and suprisingly good sound, all make the service well worth considering - even if there's no CD-quality streaming option.
You'll need to be a Prime member to take advantage of this deal and all the other deals due to land on Prime Day itself.