Amazon Is Offering A FREE Taylor Swift Concert For Prime Day
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Amazon Is Offering A FREE Taylor Swift Concert For All Amazon Prime Members To Celebrate Prime Day

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Amazon Is Offering A FREE Taylor Swift Concert For All Amazon Prime Members To Celebrate Prime Day
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It's almost the most wonderful time of the year again, Amazon Prime Day!

Prime Day will take place from 12 a.m. PT Monday, July 15th to 11:59 p.m PT Tuesday, July 16th. The full 48-hour sale offers deals and discounts across the entire website for Amazon Prime members only.

This is NOT a drill!

Not only did Amazon add a full 12 hours to the site-wide sale, but they added a new perk for their Prime members. This year, Prime members have the option of an exclusive LIVE concert hosted by Jane Lynch featuring Taylor Swift, Dua Lipa, SZA, and Becky G. With Jane Lynch as the host, you can be SURE she will have you laughing and entertained the whole time.

Taylor Swift is set to release her new album, "Lover," on August 23 and fans can't help but wonder if she will be giving Amazon Prime members a sneak listen to a new song from this album during the concert.

The concert is set to go live Wednesday, July 10 at 9pm ET on Prime Video. You DO NOT want to miss out on this concert and all you have to do to get the invite is sign up for Amazon Prime.

Amazon Prime has a lot more to offer than just their free concert, for only $12.99/month, Prime members are given access to site-wide deals on products, free shipping on Amazon based products, Whole Foods discounts, the Prime Video feature, and so much more.

If you are a student, you can get Amazon Prime free for six months. With half a year of free Prime, students can have full access to all of the Amazon Prime perks while not paying a cent!

To learn more about all of the wonderful things Amazon Prime and Amazon Prime Day has to offer and view some FAQs, click here.

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