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Audible audio books offering a 3-month 99p trial for Amazon Prime members

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Last week we covered the ideal offer for anyone stuck at home.  Amazon Music Unlimited is offering a 3-month free trial to its library of 50 million songs for a limited period when you sign up via this link.

We subscribe to this ourselves – my son has it linked to his Echo Dot (currently £20 off at £29.99) whilst we have a Sonos One (2nd Gen) which sits in our kitchen. You can also run it off your mobile phone via the Amazon Music app, or any other Alexa-controlled device.

After three months your subscription auto-renews at £9.99 per month (£7.99 per month for Prime members).  Nothing stops you cancelling as soon as you’ve signed up to ensure that you don’t accidentally end up paying – you will still get the three free months, and if you like the service you can easily reverse the cancellation.

Audible has launched its own excellent 3 month trial offer

Audible, Amazon’s audiobook subsidiary, has now launched a similar deal.  See here.

If you are an Amazon Prime member, you can claim 3 months of Audible for just 99p.  This works out at 33p per month.

You can choose one free audiobook per month during your trial.

Once you’ve signed up, you can immediately cancel the recurring payment in your Amazon account so there is no risk of you forgetting after three months.  It is easy enough to turn it on again if you find that you are enjoying the service.

The offer is not available if you have had an Audible trial in the last 12 months.  Remember that you MUST be an Amazon Prime member to take part.  If you don’t see the 99p offer when logged in then you don’t qualify.

The link to sign up is here.  The offer ends at 10am on 21st April.

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