You can get 6 months Amazon Music Unlimited free with a new Echo Dot

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Amazon Echo devices are among some of the most popular smart home gadgets on the market, and with Amazon Prime Day almost here (it kicks off on June 21), the online retailer is teasing some early deals to whet our appetites for big savings.

From today, Prime members can start shopping early exclusive offers and deals including saving up to 50% off popular devices like the Echo, Fire TV and Ring security until June 22.

One of the amazing offers available is Amazon's Echo Dot 4th Generation device, which comes with six months worth of Amazon Music Unlimited for free – how good is that?

The Echo Dot 4th Gen usually retails for £97.93, but is now on sale to Prime customers for a very impressive £49.99, which works out at a 49% reduction.

At the moment, you can sign up to Amazon Music Unlimited and get your first three months for free. Thereafter it will cost you £9.99 a month – saving you just under £30 on music with this offer too.

Unfortunately, the offer is only valid for Amazon Prime members, so you'll have to sign up for a free account before you'll be eligible for the discounted price.

If you haven't signed up yet, you can take advantage of a 30 day free trial. When your 30 days are up, it's £7.99 per month – but you can cancel at any time or before your time is up to avoid any charges.

But the good deals don't stop there in the run up to Prime Day.

Prime customers can enjoy three months of Kindle Unlimited for free. There's over 1 million titles, audiobooks, comics and selected magazine subscriptions available until June 22.

What's more, you'll also be able to try out three months of Audible for 99p if you're a new member. A membership includes an unbeatable selection of new releases, best sellers and Audible Original audiobooks and podcasts.

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