Prime Day 2017: Amazon Prime members can get unlimited music streaming for (almost) free
If you're not already an Amazon Prime member, this might be the final kick you need.
Prime Day is fast approaching, and Amazon's annual day of deals is better than ever. This year, more than 100,000 deals (for members only) will roll out over the 30-hour period. Yup, you read that right! One of the best offers on the table: Unlimited music for 99 cents.
If you need a comparison: Spotify and Tidal's monthly rates are $9.99, meaning Prime members can pay a tenth of what everyone else is paying. The rate lasts for four months.
That measly deposit gives you access to tens of millions of artists, from Chance to Rapper to Shawn Mendes to Metallica. Oh, and it's all ad-free. With unlimited skips.
2016's Prime Day was Amazon's biggest sales day in history, with 2017 poised to topple that record. It's a challenge that has the internet buzzing, especially fans of artists whose new music comes out in July -- like Demi Lovato, whose new single drops on July 11.
If the music deal isn't enough, Prime Day is also when some very proactive) people start checking items off their Christmas shopping lists. If you use the Amazon app, you can preview a deal 24 hours before it goes live -- then track the item and receive an alert when it's ready to snag.
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