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At the beginning of October, Amazon announced that Amazon Prime members could score 50 percent off Kindle Unlimited for six months. Now, the deal has been extended to all new subscribers.
This deal gives new Kindle Unlimited subscribers access to millions of titles that are drastically cheaper than their corresponding print editions. For instance, the recently released Kindle version of Mariah Carey’s memoir, “The Meaning of Mariah Carey,” retails for only $14.99 with Kindle, which is 50 percent less than its listed print price.
Shop: Kindle Unlimited (6 Months), $29.97 For New Members (Orig. $59.94)
Users of Kindle Unlimited often pair the service with an Amazon Kindle device, like the one pictured below. However, the service works with any e-reader-enabled device, including an iPad, a smartphone or even a laptop or desktop computer.
Through this method, users can access millions of titles on one thin, portable device and, in turn, save the planet. After all, you’ll be cutting down on paper, not cutting down trees.
It should be noted that after the six-month free trial ends, the service automatically renews for $9.99 per month.
This deal is only available for a limited time, so snag it before the price changes!
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