Big budget month day 13: save on music, TV, movies and games

Big budget month day 13: save on music, TV, movies and games // Big budget month day 13: save on music, TV, movies and games
Big budget month day 13: save on music, TV, movies and games
Big budget month day 13: save on music, TV, movies and games
In today's article, we look at how to cut back on what you spend on home entertainment.
Do you shell out a fortune every month on home entertainment? There are ways you can cut right back on this spending while still enjoying the very latest music, TV, movies and games. Here are some tips.
How to save on music
There are several websites that allow you to stream music for free. The biggest is arguably Spotify , which offers a free, ad-funded service where you can listen to millions of tracks on your computer. The service has placed some restrictions on free memberships in the past year - you can only listen to a maximum of ten hours a month and one track a maximum of five times. If you want to lift those restrictions and stop the ads, the Unlimited service costs £4.99 a month.
Or there’s We7 , which also allows you to stream tracks but with ads every two or three tracks. Its Premium, ad-free service is also £4.99 a month.
Last.fm is also free, and will offer you recommendations based on your musical choices. You can also tag tracks you particularly like.
If you want to watch music videos, head for YouTube , which has pretty much every video ever made.
How to save on TV and movies
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