Taylor Swift's Entire '1989' Album Selling for 99 Cents

While Taylor Swift's new 1989 isn't available on streaming sites like Spotify, there is one place the Internet can get it for a pretty good deal. 

Taylor Swift's '1989' Heading for 1 Million Sales Debut

Microsoft’s new Music Deals app that launched last week is selling the mega release for just $0.99, that's more than a 90 percent discount from the US iTunes Store $12.99 list price. 

Taylor Swift Says '1989' Is 'The Best Thing I've Done, Without a Doubt'

Microsoft recently announced it has decided to close its free streaming service Xbox Music this December, while continuing its paid streaming offering, and will now offer 101 albums for $1.99 or less each Tuesday with its new Music Deals app for Windows 8 and Windows Phone.This week's offerings other than 1989 include a hip-hop promotion that features albums from Jay Z, Kanye West, Drake and 2Pac, as well as 50 metal albums. All those, along with Swift's new set, will be available through Nov. 3. 


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