Amazon is giving away Kindle Unlimited for free

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Having a range of great books in your rotation is a must, especially with all of this newfound time on our hands.

Right now, you can grab two months of Kindle Unlimited for free. Usually, the subscription would cost you an upward of $60 for six months, but right now you can snag access to millions of books, magazines, Audibles and more for zero cost. Amazon will give you the option to renew for $9.99 per month after the trial, however, you can cancel your subscription at any time. 

The biggest misconception about Kindle Unlimited is that you need to own a Kindle tablet to access the offerings. In actuality, Kindle Unlimited can be enjoyed on any type of device — from your smartphone to your iPad. Amazon is also offering a limited-time deal where new Audible customers get four months of Audible for just $7.95 per month, a savings of up to 46 percent.

Shop: Amazon Kindle Unlimited, Two-Months/Free

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That being said, with more than 11,000 positive reviews, it’s clear why book-lovers have gravitated toward Amazon’s all-new yet best-selling Kindle. Not only is it small and easily portable, but it also saves space and money and is under $100. The best part? It features a built-in front light.

Shop: Amazon All-new Kindle, $89.99

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“The improvements to the basic Kindle are great! I’ve been reading on mine the past several days, and I’m extremely impressed. The lighting is the brightest, whitest and most even I’ve seen. It’s comfortable to hold, easy to read,” one reviewer wrote.

However, it’s important to note that some shoppers said the kindle “was much smaller than I anticipated.” Amazon also has its Kindle Oasis, which is the biggest e-reader that Amazon offers. The Oasis measures seven inches as opposed to the standard six. The caveat is that it will set you back $249.99.

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