For readers of all ages, few things have revolutionized the reading experience quite like Amazon’s Audible audiobook subscription services. If you’ve been thinking about giving Audible a try or even if you’ve never heard of it before today, Amazon has made it possible for you to get two audiobooks for our favorite price: free.
Many of us don’t have the time to sit still and read like once did, especially those of us with long commutes. That’s where Audible comes in, and it is a game-changer to say the least. All you have to do is sign up for a 30-day free trial of Audible Premium Plus and you’ll get one credit to choose any premium title you want. So where does the second book come in? Prime Members who sign up for the free trial will be given two credits. The best part is that regardless of whether you choose to continue your subscription after the trial period, the two audiobooks are yours to keep. Listen as many times as you want!
Audible books are great for those of us who are always on the go. You can listen on your phone, your tablet, or even your Kindle. If you aren’t sure which device would be best for your listening pleasure, be sure to check out some of our favorite tablet deals and Kindle deals because you’re definitely going to want to figure out the best way to listen to your two free books. In addition to the two books included in your free trial, you’ll also gain access to the Audible Plus catalog of podcasts, audiobooks, guided wellness, and Audible Originals.
If you decide to hang on to your Audible Premium Plus membership after the trial period, you’ll be charged $14.95 per month for which you will receive one credit to buy a new title of your choice. Take a look at some of the best headphone deals happening right now to get ready for your listening adventure, and don’t forget to check out the best free Kindle books in case you need something to keep you busy between audiobooks. You’ve got nothing to lose and two free books to gain, so head to Audible right now to sign up for your 30-day free trial.