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InfamousNobody 32 50 December 10, 2015 at 01:47 AM in Audio Books (3) More Audible Deals
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Last Edited by wuzzy December 10, 2015 at 05:38 AM
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Sale price reflects 50% off Audible.com's regular price. Discount applicable to content sold on Audible.com only. Discount available to active members only, is not transferable and cannot be combined with any other offer. The Member Thank You Sale ends December 16th at 11:59 PM PT.
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Great time to get those books that aren't quite expensive enough to be worth a credit. Just be sure to uncheck "pay with credit" when you check out!

Note that the 50% is off the non-member price, not the regular member price.
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If you're a fan of Robin Hobb, one of her Farseer series is extremely affordable with this... This is the Tawny Man trilogy @ $7 per book! http://www.audible.com/series/ref...B00LU41X9C
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If you aren't a member, living social still has the three credits for $9 deal (or less if they are offering a discount code).

Is there any way to search audible for price low to high? Or any blogs/sites/forums that report audible price drops as there are for ebooks?
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Last edited by KarenW8927 December 10, 2015 at 02:55 PM
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I may be weird, but I always have a hard time deciding what to use my credits on.
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I wonder if this is the best time to pick up the two Battletech collections. I know they're the abridged versions, but it's the only options for Battletech on Audible.
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I may be weird, but I always have a hard time deciding what to use my credits on.
Me too. It's like some big commitment. Maybe we have issues.
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I may be weird, but I always have a hard time deciding what to use my credits on.
Use them wisely. I got one that I never listened to RedWall or something like that.
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Quote from EmoryDively View Post :
I may be weird, but I always have a hard time deciding what to use my credits on.
In my case I spend money for stuff on sale quite often, but I have 7 credits piled up. Waiting for another one of those "Buy X books and get $Y towards future books" deals. (Plus, I don't want to use credits until I'm ready to listen to a book as then I'll be annoyed if it shows up as the daily deal).
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Quote from KarenW8927 View Post :
If you aren't a member, living social still has the three credits for $9 deal (or less if they are offering a discount code).

Is there any way to search audible for price low to high? Or any blogs/sites/forums that report audible price drops as there are for ebooks?
Can you stack the LS deal on current membership? And do you know how many LS deal you can add to a membership? This seems to be the best route to get a year membership for $36 vs $180.
EDIT - Nevermind, it says new customers only Frown
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Can you stack the LS deal on current membership? And do you know how many LS deal you can add to a membership? This seems to be the best route to get a year membership for $36 vs $180.
EDIT - Nevermind, it says new customers only Frown
You can cancel your membership, buy the deal (you can also buy one as a gift and have that account gift you), and then apply the LS code and you'll have your cheap three months (do the same on the gift account). The credits expire in February so you couldn't save them for a year. If you have anymore questions, there was a big thread here about a month ago; search "living social audible" Happy listening!
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