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Normally, when you sign up for Kindle Unlimited, you are eligible for 30-day free trial. You can double this period by getting a special deal on Amazon.
Originally offered in March for users who were stuck at home during coronavirus lockdown, this limited time Kindle Unlimited deal is now prolonged through December 31, 2020.
It’s worth considering if you plan to read lots of books during autumn. Instead of joining Kindle Unlimited through the main sign up page, you can get 2 months of Kindle Unlimited free of charge.
It’s like getting a 60-day free trial instead of 30-day. You keep in your pocket $20, as the monthly fee of this highly popular Amazon digital subscription is $9.99 per month.
One major factor has been changed in the offer lately. By the end of August, both new and returning users were eligible to take part in the promotion. Right now, only new customers can get the deal – and only the ones who are United States residents.
It’s also worth mentioning that for the first time Amazon claims digital editions of popular magazines as well are audiobook companions are available only for US residents (see “US ONLY” remarks in the screenshot below).
Here is the current Kindle Unlimited catalog. It includes over 1.4 million ebooks, magazines, comic books, and audiobook companions powered by Audible.
Explore newly added titles, such as Devoted by Dean Koontz, Andrew Mayne’s The Girl Beneath the Sea (book #1 of Underwater Investigation Unit series), In an Instant written by Suzanne Redfearn, or Tracy Buchanan’s Wall of Silence.
After enjoying this special Kindle Unlimited 60-day free trial, you will be automatically charged $9.99/month until you cancel the subscription. You can also close your membership during the free two-month period. All you have to do is visit your account dashboard on Amazon website and follow these simple steps how to cancel Kindle Unlimited.
Please note that, opposite to other Kindle Unlimited deals, if you are an active subscriber, you are not eligible for the offer. When you are logged in to your Amazon account, you will see the message: “You are not eligible for this promotion.”
What’s great about Kindle Unlimited is that bookmarks, notes and last-read positions are saved to your Kindle account. When your subscription ends, the books are being automatically removed from connected devices, but when you reactivate your Kindle Unlimited and download the books again, you get the notes and bookmarks back.
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