Amazon has announced a free, three-month trial offer to Kindle Unlimited (opens in new tab) to all its Prime members, ahead of its 13 October Amazon Prime Day event.
If you love reading fiction and non-fiction, enjoy your audiobooks, and like getting into your favourite magazines on the move, this is a great deal for you. Kindle Unlimited offers around a million book titles, thousands of audiobooks, and (virtual) stacks of mags. And you don't even need to own a Kindle, as the Kindle Unlimited app works on a range of devices. Although a monthly subscription would usually cost $24/£24, if you have Amazon Prime, this three month trial will cost you exactly nothing.
This trial deal is also perfectly timed for those who want to get a temporary Prime membership (opens in new tab) to make the most of the forthcoming Amazon Prime Day 2020 (opens in new tab) deals (with a view of cancelling it after the trial period). The offer is limited, however, and will close on 14 October, so get over to the Kindle Unlimited page (opens in new tab) to take advantage of it now. Want more options on which ereader's best for you? Check out our best ereaders (opens in new tab) page.
Amazon Kindle Unlimited deal
PLUS, get Amazon Music Unlimited today under $1/£1
If you're looking for some music to go alongside your new reading, take advantage of Amazon's four-month subscription to Music Unlimited for $0.99/£0.99.
Amazon Music Unlimited: 4 months for 99¢ / 99p (opens in new tab)
If you're a Prime member and new to Amazon Music Unlimited in the US or UK, you're eligible to get four months' access to 60 million tracks for less than a buck. If you're not a Prime member, don't worry! You'll get three months. Offer ends 14 October 2020.
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Amazon Prime membership | 30 day free trial (opens in new tab)
Haven't become a Prime member yet? Whether you want to make the most of the Kindle Unlimited or Music Unlimited, we advise all non-Prime members to start their free trial now, to make the most of all the amazing Prime Day deals, starting 13 October.