Kindle Unlimited eBook Subscription 33% off for 12 Months

Kindle Unlimited Sale

If you’re looking for a last minute gift idea, Amazon has just put Kindle Unlimited subscriptions on sale.

You can get a 1-year subscription to Kindle Unlimited for $80.31, which works out to about $6.70 per month.

The regular price is $9.99 per month so that’s a savings of just under $40 for 12 months.

Kindle Unlimited provides access to a library of over 1 million ebooks, several thousand audiobooks, and dozens of magazines and comics.

The big five publishers don’t offer their ebooks through Kindle Unlimited (with Amazon’s strict exclusivity requirements you can’t blame them), but it is a good way to find new authors.

You can read as many ebooks and listen to as many audiobooks from the catalog as you want; the only stipulation is you can only have 10 downloaded at one time before you have to return one to get another.

Kindle Unlimited books can be read on Kindle ereaders, Fire tablets, and any device with a Kindle app or web browser using the Kindle Cloud Reader.

Kindle Unlimited Sale

5 Responses to “Kindle Unlimited eBook Subscription 33% off for 12 Months”

  1. Kindle unlimited is useless and has the worst collection of books

    • If you can’t find something good to read in catalog of over 1 million books then you’re probably just not that into reading. If you only read mainstream bestsellers, then yeah, it’s not a good option.

      • The reality is somewhere between these replies. Unlimited is chock full of self-published garbage and indie pubs with limited audience appeal. But there are also some real gems in there too, if you’re willing to ignore/sort out the drivel first. For people trying to avoid building a large physical library at home, this probably makes good sense.

        Personally, I’ll never understand why this is a thing when libraries exist, but insert shrugging emoji here.

  2. These links don’t work