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Early Prime Day deal: Get four months of Amazon Music Unlimited for $0.99

Early Prime Day deal: Get four months of Amazon Music Unlimited for $0.99
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Amazon Prime Day 2020 is still a couple of weeks away, but the deals have started already. The retail giant is now offering four months of Amazon Music Unlimited for just $0.99.

Amazon is offering this deal for Prime subscribers, or three months for $0.99 for non-Prime members. The deal is available from now until 11:59pm on 14th October.

Amazon Music Unlimited $9.99/7.99 $0.99 for four months
Amazon Music Unlimited gives you access to 60 million tracks, thousands of playlists and stations, as well as offline playback and hands-free listening using Alexa. There are also no pesky adverts.View Deal

After the three months is up, Amazon Music Unlimited reverts to its typical monthly price of $7.99 for Prime members, or $9.99 for non-Prime members.

To be eligible, you can't hold a current subscription to Music Unlimited, or currently be enjoying a free trial. You also can't have had a free trial in the past.

Amazon Music Unlimited gives you access to 60 million tracks, thousands of playlists and stations, as well as offline playback and hands-free listening using Alexa. There are also no pesky adverts.

It's basically a step up from the standard Amazon Music (which comes free with Prime and gives you 2 million tracks) but it's not as premium as Amazon Music HD, which gives you CD-quality music.

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  • djh1697
    Shame it is not supported by Roon, still Qobuz and Tidal give a great selection of music. Roon Windows 10 i7 endpoint, MARCH USB DSD DAC, excellent music for a small cost. My local Linn dealer dealer doesn't rate Roon. Perhaps they need to learn there are better ways to listen to digital music, one day I will take it there for a A-B comparison if i am ever in the market for an upgrade.
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