The incredible limited offer means Prime users can save a whopping £30 off the normal price
Ahead of it’s mega shopping bonanza, Prime Day 2018 , Amazon is slashing the price of its unlimited music subscription service – and customers won’t believe the price.
From now until midnight on 17 July anyone with Prime who signs up to Amazon Music Unlimited Individual plan will pay just 99p – YES, 99p – for an entire four months.
That means a massive saving of £30.97 over the promotional time period, which is an undeniably great deal if you want access to millions of songs, that can be streamed across a number of devices.
The deal is only exclusively available for Prime members who are also new Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers – with a normal Prime account you only get access to two million songs ad-free and on-demand
Once the promotional period is up users will be charged the normal £7.99 fee. So set your calendar if you only want to pay the reduced rate.
Amazon Prime – what is it and how to get it
Amazon Prime offers a plethora of services from same-day delivery to unlimited music, TV and films streaming, all for a set monthly fee.
The cost of an annual membership is £79 – either paid upfront with a one-off charge or by a £7.99 monthly fee which can be canceled at any time.
Shoppers can sign up to a 30-day free trial to take advantage of Prime perks, but must remember to set a reminder to cancel before the subscription ends – or risk being charged the full £79 annual fee.
During sale events Prime customers can enjoy 30-minutes exclusive early access to all Lightning Deals, so if you’re wanting to snap up some bargains before anyone else, getting a Prime account is a good idea.
What does Amazon Prime offer?
- Unlimited one-day delivery on your Amazon orders in the UK
- Unlimited video streaming of 15,000 TV shows and movies through Prime Video
- Access to Amazon’s music library, with unlimited downloads and streams
- Prime Photos for unlimited photo storage on Amazon Cloud Drive. You also get 5GB of cloud storage for other types of files.
- Access to 800,000 free e-books
- Borrow one of over 500,000 titles per month for free on any Kindle device
- 30-minute early access to Lightning Deals – including Prime Day.
What is Amazon Unlimited Music and what is included?
Amazon Music Unlimited , the updated version of the online giant’s streaming service, launched in the US and UK in 2016.
The service provides users access to a catalogue of over 40 million songs, with a range of albums and individual tracks from millions of artists from all over the world.
What Amazon Music plans are there?
There are couple of Amazon music plans to choose from – check out the breakdown below.
- Prime Music – FREE for existing Prime members. You get access to two million songs minus any annoying adverts and you can use it on-demand.
- Amazon Music Unlimited single device – costs £3.99 and users get access to 40 million songs on an Echo speaker or Fire TV device.
- Amazon Music Unlimited individual plan – costs £7.99 if you’re already a Prime member or £9.99 if you are not. Users get access to 40 million tracks on one account that can be used across multiple devices.
- Amazon Music Unlimited family plan – costs £14.99 a month or £149 a year. Same benefits as the individual plan but you can use it for up to six family members with multiple accounts.
Can you cancel at anytime?
Yes, you can cancel at anytime. Or if you sign up to the offer you can cancel once the promotional period is up.