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Unlock millions of books to read with up to 40% off a Kindle Unlimited membership right now

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A one-year Kindle Unlimited Membership (opens in new tab) normally costs $120 at Amazon, but right now you can score 33% off its regular price, making the total just $80.31. This is a rare promotion and an offer we don't expect to see again for a long while. You can give it as a gift, too, which would surely delight any readers you know and love. Amazon will email the recipient with redemption instructions on the date you specify, and they can immediately start the membership or exchange it for an Amazon gift card if you completely miss the mark. Which, honestly, probably won't happen, because this service is amazing.

You can save even further by signing up for a two-year membership (opens in new tab), which would cost you just $143.86 today. That's a savings of nearly $100 off (or 40% off) its price otherwise.

I've been a Kindle Unlimited member for over a year, and it is well worth the cost. It's one of those memberships that I don't think I'll ever cancel. You get access to over a million titles, spanning from technical documents to cookbooks to fantasy novels to nonfiction. Need a self-help book? Want to re-read Harry Potter 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) to read, either, although you can score a discount on both the budget option (opens in new tab) and the all-new waterproof Kindle Paperwhite (opens in new tab) right now. Amazon makes it easy to read thanks to its free Kindle reading apps (opens in new tab) for iOS, Android, PC, and Mac. If you don't want to dive straight in, you can try Kindle Unlimited for free (opens in new tab), and take a test-run before you commit.

You can keep up to ten titles at a time, and when you feel like swapping them out, the process is seamless. I'm always shocked at the wide variety of available options. More than a dozen times, I've gone to purchase a Thrifter Kindle book deal, only to find that the title in question is already free thanks to Kindle Unlimited. You can take advantage of thousands of audiobooks, too, if you want to spice up your commute or listen while you cook and clean. The options are almost endless. If this all sounds enticing, be sure to get in on this stellar discount (opens in new tab) before it expires.

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Louryn saves money on everything she buys (which is a lot.) In between waiting for Amazon deliveries, she pines for the next Elder Scrolls installment and checks Reddit for gaming rumors. She also loves Hearthstone, makeup, and beer. Find her on Twitter: @lourynstrampe

1 Comment
  • I like Kindle. I do. I even pay for Kindle Unlimited sometimes. But even with that all the best titles are still not free. Im a huge fan of Amazon in general but they sure know how to monetize.