Get three months FREE Amazon Music Unlimited – don’t wait for Prime Day… – The Sun
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Get three months FREE Amazon Music Unlimited – don’t wait for Prime Day… – The Sun

AMAZON are giving away huge savings ahead of its October Prime Day, and you can now get three months of Prime Music Unlimited completely free.
The premium streaming service has extended its trial period, meaning there's never been a better time to sign up.
That's right, you can subscribe to Amazon Music Unlimited today and stream on the premium service completely free for three months.
While it is not as well known as other streaming platforms like Spotify or Apple Music, it is quickly becoming a rival to the big names.
It comes with ad-free music, unlimited access to any song, and you can even listen offline – perfect for those who travel often.
Better yet, as to be with expected with an Amazon service, it pairs with Echo devices so you can listen hands free with Alexa.
The offer comes as Amazon are in the midst of huge price drops and have confirmed the second Amazon Prime Day event next week (October 11-12), the first time the retailer has held two events in one year.
The good news is, you can sign up now and take advantage of the 30 day free trial period and still get access to all the best deals, here is a handy guide on how how to sign up.
Once you're subscribed you'll be able to grab the best fashion deals, and even shop everything from your favourite skincare brands to the best home and garden deals.
But you don't need to wait until next week to save, as the Amazon device deals are live right now, with price drops on Echo Dot's, Kindle's and Fire Tablets – all great with Christmas fast approaching.
Discover more top deals and savings at your favourite tech retailers by heading to Sun Vouchers. Sun Vouchers is the one-stop shop where you can find hundreds of discounts codes for top chains including Currys, Argos, AliExpress and more.
Get the most popular smart speaker for £1 in this Echo Dot and Ring Doorbell deal.
Our Amazon Hub is your one stop shop for all things Prime Day 2022.
Visit our Tech Hub for the latest deals and offers to save on tech.
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