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Amazon are busy publicising there Prime Day on 15th-16th July at the moment. I don’t blame them. Last year, they achieved sales of over $1 billion! (American billion, so not enough zeroes really.)
But with the “big event” still a couple of weeks away, it doesn’t mean that there aren’t savings to be had on Amazon already.
This is a great offer and one that is only available for a limited time. With over 50 million songs to access on their premium service, Amazon really is offering their Prime members a great deal here.
As with all Amazon subscriptions, you can cancel at any time. Therefore, if at the end of the 4 months you decided that this service is not for you, you can end it with no further charge.
This offer is running from 27th June to 16th July to coincide with their Prime Day deals. So if you are interested in Amazon Music Unlimited make sure that you snap it up now.
I absolutely love my Kindle and KindleUnlimited is a beautiful addition. With access to over 1 million books and magazine subscriptions, there is plenty to keep you busy.
The titles available in KindleUnlimited change fairly regularly, so I find that even after I have read a few books new ones keep appearing. Even at full price, this subscription would pay for itself, but when it is free there really is little excuse for not signing up.
Again, you can cancel this at any time during the free trial to avoid any further charges, but personally, I would consider carrying this one on. No harm in giving it a go and seeing what you think. Three months free, remember!
Not an exclusive Prime Day deal, and one that is open to everyone is an Audible 30-day trial. By signing up, you will receive a free audiobook.
Again, audiobooks are another guilty pleasure of mine (have you figured out that I love reading?) and Audible is by favourite app. You get one audiobook per month for £7.99 and again can cancel or pause your subscription at any time.
To get the most out of your free audiobook, I recommend picking a particularly chunky book. I opted for Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix for my first free book. I didn’t want to go for the skinny Philsopher’s Stone when I was getting it for nothing.
Another non-exclusive deal, but why not take advantage of a 30-day trial of Prime Video? There is loads of great content on there.
We’ve been taking advantage of our free trial this month, which has mostly meant watching endless Paw Patrol. Thanks, kiddos! But there are some cracking TV programmes on there and some films that I’ve not seen on other streaming services.
If there is something you are needing to buy, then Prime Day might be the day to do it. With the 15th-16th July only a couple of weeks await, you might get the deal you’ve been looking for. Meanwhile, why not take advantage of the offers above.
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