Snag two free months of Amazon Kindle Unlimited for a limited time
Not a member of Kindle Unlimited (opens in new tab) yet? Here's your chance to change that. For a limited time, you can get two months of Amazon's all-you-can-read service for free (opens in new tab). The subscription service normally costs $9.99 a month, so you're saving $20 with this deal. Back in July, Amazon gave away three months of the service to its Prime (opens in new tab) members but unlike that offer, this deal does not require you to be a Prime subscriber so anyone can get in on it. This deal also doesn't specifiy that it is for first-time users only, so it's worth giving it a shot even if you have had a previous Kindle Unlimited trial.
Kindle Unlimited gives you access to over a million titles, spanning from technical documents to cookbooks to fantasy novels to nonfiction. Even some audiobooks are included. Need a self-help book? Want to re-read the Harry Potter books for the seventeenth time? It's all there, and it's all free with your membership. You don't need a Kindle (opens in new tab) or Fire tablet (opens in new tab) to read, either. Amazon makes it easy to read thanks to its free Kindle reading apps for iOS, Android, PC, and Mac.
With its myriad of titles, Kindle Unlimited could keep you reading non-stop if you wished. You can keep up to ten titles at a time, and when you feel like swapping them out, the process is seamless. After the two months are up, it will renew automatically for the normal rate. You can cancel at any time with no penalties for doing so, though you might find that $10 per month is a great value for all that Kindle Unlimited offers.
Amazon hasn't stated an end date for this offer, but it's not likely to hang around for long so don't miss your chance to explore Kindle Unlimited (opens in new tab) for yourself!
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nowhere on that link does it say a free 2 month trial. It might be because I had my free trial last year.