If you have been wanting to try Kindle Unlimited you can get it absolutely FREE for 4 months ($39.96 value). And if you are a past user, but don't have an active account, click too, because we are seeing tons of people getting deals like 2 months free, two months for 99 cents, etc. (As an Amazon affiliate I earn from qualifying purchases at no cost to you.)
Kindle Unlimited is basically like a digital library on Amazon and the site has never offered four months free before. This is so exciting, and I have had hundreds of readers already take advantage of it. YIPPEE for access to free books!
Here's the best part! As soon as you sign up for your free kindle unlimited go to:
Memberships and subscriptions
When you hit cancel, you will still have the two months for free! So there's no forgetting about automatic renewals. (After 4 months, Kindle Unlimited will renew for $9.99 a month.) Do it all at once and enjoy all the benefits of Kindle Unlimited for absolutely free.
Here are 8 reasons to try Kindle Unlimited:
This freebie makes trying Kindle Unlimited extremely low risk. The amount of content available through Kindle Unlimited is astonishing. Just think if you were buying all these ebooks, audio books and magazines. It's basically like having library access through Amazon.
Access to 1.4 million books
You get access to A LOT of books through Kindle Unlimited. Users can have up to 10 titles at a time with Kindle Unlimited. It's worth noting that a lot of new releases/current bestsellers are not included in Kindle Unlimited, so taking advantage of this free trial is a great way to determine if the offerings are right for your reading taste.
A few great books I saw when scanning the titles: The Thirteenth Tale, The Victory Garden, The Ragged Edge of Night, The Storyteller's Secret (I LOVED this book!) and Blake Crouch's Wayward Pines series.
Kindle Unlimited also has lots of non-fiction, including my books, The Fringe Hours and Stretched Too Thin. Other popular non-fiction books: The Next Right Thing, I'd Rather Be Reading, Boundaries, Reading People, Boundaries and If You Tell. It's an excellent catalog of books.
Children's books are included too
Don't think of this just as a resource for you. Your kids can also benefit from your Kindle Unlimited account with thousands of amazing kids books. I spotted Artemis Foul, Harry Potter, Fantastic Beasts and soooo many more. With summer break here, having all these books on hand is the perfect response to, “I have nothing to do” or “I'm bored.”
Try new-to-you authors
Have you been curious about an author but not quite ready to buy a book he or she has written? Well, here's your chance to try them out. Kindle Unlimited is a great option to try out new-to-you authors without worrying about your budget!
Binge a new book series
Kindle Unlimited offers lots of popular book series, including Harry Potter and The Hunger Games. It's the perfect chance to binge a great book series.
Reading on the go
This will really lighten your load for summer travel or even just around town. Thanks to your Kindle or Kindle app, you'll always have plenty of reading options.
20,000 titles include Audible narration
This is a HUGE benefit. Not only do you get access to ebooks, but you can listen to books too. It's super easy to listen to books from Kindle Unlimited using the Audible app.
Read your favorite magazines
The list of Kindle Unlimited magazines includes popular titles like US Weekly, People, GQ, National Geographic Traveller, Shape, Bon Appétit, or Bloomberg Businessweek. Even if you just subscribe for the magazine option, it's an awesome deal.
This offer is available through June 30. You have nothing to lose – it is free!
Can I download dozens of ebooks during this introductory 2 months free-of-charge period and read some ebooks within these 2 months and many later, after membership cancellation, e.g. even cancelling after first 2 months?
Does it work like this or not? Thank you. 🙂
Hey there! They limit 10 ebooks at a time (sort of like a library). You don’t get to keep them and wouldn’t have access beyond the trial unless you started paying for it.
Thank you so much for making this clear to me!
Donna Rogers says
I thought I had kindle unlimited but my most recent kindle says I do not. It also says to get a new book I have to return one???? And
I cannot figure out how to return one. Do you have a phone number?
You posted this 2 weeks ago. In case you still didn’t figure out how to return a “Kindle Unlimited” book….
1. Log into your Amazon account.
2. Look at the top where it says Hi Donna, Accounts & Lists, and go with your mouse over it. A list will come up, look under “Account” for “Your Kindle Unlimited”.
3. Click on it. This gets you to your list of books and where you can return them.
Keep in mind that once your membership is already expired (or you cancelled it), you will no longer have access to those books or the list of books, and any books you still had have been returned automatically.
Hope this helps. 🙂
Allan Pendlebury says
some of Kindle Unlimited books are not free. So is it a loan price and you just rerurn it to get a refund?
Hello. I have signed up for Kindle unlimited in the past, but am not a current subscriber. Just wanted to let you know when I click on your link to sign up, I can get one month free, but 2 months is .99. It is still an incredible price and I will be signing up, but wanted to let you know.
Kristin Smith says
Thank you. I pulled the trigger and got my 4 free months!!
Kim V says
I’m a current member from their last 2-month membership offer. When I hit cancel, they gave me three months at $1.99 per month. I was a month away from paying $9.99/mo (or canceling for real again). I can manage $1.99/mo over the next three months.
Kathy Bihn says
This worked awesome!!! Thanks for all your hard work.