Score free access to Kindle Unlimited this Prime Day
SAVE $35.97: Amazon Prime members can get a free 3-month subscription to Kindle Unlimited this Prime Day, which usually costs $11.99/month. Current and former Kindle Unlimited subscribers are not eligible.
You might be looking for a distraction while you impatiently wait for your Prime Day packages to arrive on your doorstep. Instead of rechecking the tracking information (yes, it’s still at a processing facility in Texas), how about catching up on your list of books intended as summer reading? Avid readers are in for a free treat this Prime Day.
As of Oct. 10, Amazon Prime members can score a free subscription to Kindle Unlimited for three months. Ordinarily priced at $11.99 per month, you’ll save a total of $35.97. After the three-month trial, the price returns to its normal $11.99/month with auto-renewal, unless you cancel. Note that current and past Kindle Unlimited members are not eligible.
Kindle Unlimited unlocks access to over 4 million digital book titles including best-sellers and popular series on the Kindle family of e-readers. The collection also includes classics that you may want to re-read after hardly paying attention in high school literature class. You can also browse magazines or tune out the world while listening to thousands of available audiobooks.
And if you’re looking to update your Kindle or finally get one, the Kindle Paperwhite is down to its lowest price ever of $94.99, a savings of $45. If you don’t have a Kindle e-reader, don’t fret: Kindle Unlimited also works on your computer, phone, or through the free Kindle app. Borrowed books from Kindle Unlimited have no due date, so there’s no pressure to return the title ASAP and you can borrow up to 20 titles at a time.
If reading is one of your priorities for the upcoming holiday season, score months of free access to Kindle Unlimited as a Prime member today.