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The deal giving free two-month access to 1.4 million ebooks has just been extended – and it’s especially attractive to returning Kindle Unlimited members.
Originally offered in March for users who were stuck at home during lockdown, the deal has now been prolonged for the second time, and chances are it will become an ongoing Kindle Unlimited offer.
The offered was prolonged till the end of June, and now the new end date gives you time until August 31, 2020. It’s worth considering if you plan to read lots of books during summer.
You can get two months of Kindle Unlimited free of charge. It’s like a two-month free trial.
What’s important, the deal can be grabbed not only by new members but also the ones who canceled the subscription some time ago (more on this later on).
If you are new to Kindle Unlimited, you get 30 days of free trial, so the saving for you is $10 you don’t have to pay for the second month.
For a returning customer, the savings are $20, as you are granted full two months of free trial, despite the fact that you had used your original right to free trial some time ago.
The rule for subscriptions is that you are eligible for one free trial. If you want to reactivate your account, you are usually not granted another 14 or 30 days of free use. The same was with Kindle Unlimited.
With this deal, however, you are eligible for two months of unlimited access to Kindle Unlimited. There is one condition you have to meet, though: your previous free trial had to end earlier than 12 months ago.
In other words, if you used a 30-day Kindle Unlimited free trial in May 2019, you are eligible to grab two months free of charge. If your free trial ended in April 2020, you can’t grab the deal.
Here is the current Kindle Unlimited catalog that includes 1.4 million ebooks, magazines, comic books, and audiobooks. Explore newly added titles, such as Girl, Stop Apologizing by Rachel Hollis, Andrew Barrer’s Young Blood, or Regretting You by Colleen Hoover.
After two months of free reading, you will be automatically charged $9.99/month until you cancel the subscription. You can also stop the membership during the free two-month period. As a result, you won’t be charged at all.
Please note that, opposite to other Kindle Unlimited deals, if you are an active member, you are not eligible for the offer. When you are logged in to your Amazon account and are an active Kindle Unlimited user, 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.
- You can enjoy two months of free Kindle Unlimited books
- The deal ends on August 31, 2020, at midnight PST
- You get unlimited access to 1.4 million Kindle books, magazines, comics, and audiobooks
- You are not eligible if you are an active Kindle Unlimited member
- If you used free trial before – earlier than 12 months ago – you are also eligible to grab the deal
- You can redeem this deal only once
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