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You may not be able to go out for a boogie at the moment – so why not pump out tunes from your home. With this deal, you can get 4 months of Amazon Music streaming for 99p.

Do you remember the old days when you used to pay to download each song to an iPod to listen to music? We’ve come a long way since then!

You can now stream music from millions of artists, usually for a monthly subscription fee from a few different companies.

But there’s a deal here which mean you pay just pence for access to all your favourite songs. It works out at just 25p per month.

Usually the subscription costs £7.99 a month, which over 4 months would add up to £31.96. So for 25p a month and 99p in total, it’s a great deal.

Here’s how to get it:

4 Months Amazon Music Unlimited for 99p

This deal is an easy one to claim, and it’s actually a pre-promotion for the upcoming Amazon Prime Day.

When you land on the promotion page, you should see this offer:

To get the deal, head to the Amazon Music page and click on the “Try Now” button, and complete the steps to sign up. Once this is done, 99p will be taken from your card, and the 4 months starts.

You can cancel the subscription straight away after you’ve purchased – which will stop it from taking £7.99 in payment each month after the deal ends.

If you’ve never signed up to Amazon Music before you can get 4 months for 99p if you’re an Amazon Prime member.

If you aren’t a Prime Member, you may instead be offered 3 months for 99p, which is still a great deal.

Although T&Cs say you can’t have subscribed before – I’ve had several people tell me that they’ve been able to get the deal too, even after having it in the past – so be sure to check.

The deal is expires on Wednesday 14th October – which is the last day of the Amazon Prime event.

Related: Amazon Prime Day 2020 – Dates And £10 Free

What Does Amazon Music Unlimited Get You?

You can listen to over 6,000,000+ different songs, without ads playing in between.
 
You can listen to songs offline, if you have the Amazon Music app downloaded, so it’s useful if you’re travelling or on the go.
 
You’re also able to listen to podcast episodes that are uploaded to Amazon, just in case you get sick of the bass pumping.
 

Conclusion

And there we have it! Just a short deal for you today that may come in handy for some of you.

If you end up at home busting a move to some tunes – be safe in the knowledge you paid less than a quid for it.

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Hi there! I’m Jordon Cox, Britain’s Coupon Kid. I blog about the best ways to save money through deals, hacks and tricks. I’ve been blogging for nearly 8 years and regularly appear as an expert on TV, radio and print about saving money.

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