Deal: Year-Long Dropbox Plus (1TB) Subscription 20% Off - Prime Day 2018

Amazon's Prime Day 2018 continues with great deals on both hardware and software, including a twelve-month subscription to Dropbox Plus. The company whose name became synonymous with cloud storage is presently renting 1TB containers for $79.99 per year, 20-percent down the regular price of the popular service. As expected, taking advantage of this deal means having to sign up for Amazon Prime, which is the whole point of Prime Day sales in the first place. Luckily for you, Amazon is offering month-long trials of the service all year long, just refer to the banner below to sign up and take advantage of this excellent cloud storage deal.

While many Prime Day deals are available globally, this particular subscription can only be redeemed by users in the United States. The product itself comes in the form of an upgrade to your existing Dropbox account which is free and offers 2GB of cloud storage. You can either redeem it yourself or gift to someone, just note that all premium Dropbox subscription plans are non-returnable.

The latest iteration of Amazon's Prime Day sale runs until midnight PST but given how the world's largest e-commerce platform has been experiencing some technical issues after the event started yesterday, Amazon may end up prolonging these deals by six or twelve extra hours. In the meantime, enjoy a $20 discount on one of the most critically acclaimed cloud storage services by referring to the banner below.

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