Amazon Prime Day deals: get Amazon Music Unlimited for just £0.99 for 4 months

25 pence a week for 40 million songs? That's not much money per song at all!

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This year's Amazon Prime Day begins on Monday 16 July and ends at midnight on Tuesday 17 July. But as that 36-hour period draws closer, Amazon is tempting us with a few tasty offers each day.

One particularly sweet Prime Day deal that's live right now is this one: Amazon Music Unlimited for just £0.99 for 4 months. What else can you get for just 25 pence a week?

Amazon Music Unlimited allows you to stream around 40 million songs from well-known and not-so-well-known artists. It's ad-free and lets you download songs and albums to enjoy offline. You can use Amazon Music Unlimited with iPhone, Android, PC (via web app or desktop app) and, of course, with Amazon Echo and Fire TV.

Four months is a generous amount of time – sign up this week and you can still be enjoying the service as November arrives. Do hurry if you want to snap up this deal, though, as it expires at 23:59 BST on 17 July 2018 so you only have a few days to sign up.

You'll need to be an Amazon Prime member to be able to chow down on this musical smörgåsbord, but you can get a Prime account free for a month (or six months if you're a student) and cancel it if you decide it's not for you. Here's how to get a free Amazon Prime account.

Get Amazon Music Unlimited for just £0.99 for 4 months
Amazon Music lets its subscribers stream 40 million songs from today's most popular (and less popular) artists. And at a bargain price of less than 25 pence a week for four months, this deal is a steal. Expires on July 17.