Amazon is offering its Amazon Music Unlimited streaming service for £0.99 for four months - for Prime members who haven’t yet tried the service.
The deal is part of the retailer’s third annual “Prime Day” where Prime customers have thirty hours to shop for deals.
Members across 13 countries (US, UK, Spain, Mexico, Japan, Italy, India, Germany, France, China, Canada, Belgium and Austria) have access to hundreds of thousands of deals on Monday, July 10 from 6pm leading up to Prime Day on Tuesday July 11.
“Our members love Prime Day and we were thrilled by the response over the last two years. It is inspiring us to make it even better this year for Prime members,” said Amazon Prime vice president Greg Greeley.
“Every side of our business is working to deliver more deals for a record number of shoppers. We even decided that 24 hours in a day just isn’t enough time to shop all of the great deals – so we’re giving Prime members 30 hours to shop on Prime Day!”
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