Amazon is running a great deal which slashes the price of its Kindle Unlimited service. For a limited time only Amazon is offering three months of access to the eBook service for the price of one – giving you two months access for free. This offer is only available until the end of tomorrow (Wednesday, November 30) so you need to act quickly if you want to claim this great deal.
If you haven’t heard of it before, Kindle Unlimited is a popular Amazon service which is perfect for book lovers.
The subscription service, which is priced at £7.99 a month, offers access to a library of over a million eBooks, as well as thousands of audiobooks and a range of magazine subscriptions.
If you love the sound of this service, but think you’ll miss out because you don’t have a Kindle then fret not.
Kindle Unlimited – and Kindle eBooks in general – can be accessed on a wide range of devices including Android and iOS smartphones and tablets and laptops via the official Kindle app.
You can also read Kindle eBooks on Amazon first-party devices like the Fire tablets and of course Kindle eReaders.
Before you rush out to get this deal though there are some important things to point out.
Firstly, if you do sign-up for this deal auto-renew will immediately be applied by default – which means after your three-month promotional period is up you’ll be charged the typical £7.99 a month.
If you don’t want to be charged then be sure to cancel your Kindle Unlimited service before then.
Also, if you’re already enjoying a Kindle Unlimited free trial or are an existing subscriber you won’t be able to claim this offer. And anyone that has taken advantage of a Kindle Unlimited free trial or promotion within the last 36 months may not be eligible.
It’s also worth pointing out that if you’re an Amazon Prime subscriber you may notice some familiar titles in the Kindle Unlimited library.
That’s because there is some crossover between Kindle Unlimited and the Prime Reading perk.
However, Kindle Unlimited offers a much vaster library – boasting over a million eBooks compared to Prime Reading’s over 1,000.
While Prime Reading also limits the number of books you can borrow at once whereas Kindle Unlimited – as the name suggests – offers unlimited access.