Add one more perk to Prime membership — Audible newspapers.
Prime members can now enjoy The New York Times, The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal hands-free and on the go. Audible broadcasters will narrate curated articles aloud, which sounds pretty great for the morning commute.
Plus, you don’t need a separate Audible subscription to take advantage of this deal; all Prime members can utilize this service.
This probably isn’t a nice enough perk to tip the scales if you don’t have a Prime membership, but it is a solid bonus for those who’ve already signed up.
Get Your Free Audible News Digests
These newspaper subscriptions are a little different than the publications’ websites. Every day, 20 to 35 minutes of news is curated and delivered to your Audible app.
And again, all three papers are included with your Amazon Prime membership. Here’s how to get yours:
- Log into the Audible account connected to your Amazon Prime membership.
- Choose which newspaper(s) you want to subscribe to:
- Select Buy for $0.00 and proceed with your free checkout.
- Find your subscriptions in the Audible app or in your Audible library.
Slickdealer frugaljoe reads both The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal digitally daily and gives good insight about the publications’ differences: “NY Times op-eds lean left and WSJ op-ed to the right. WSJ front page will tend more toward business and Times will tend toward politics. I think it’s a great mix to read both.”
And if you miss a day? No problem. You can access the past 10 days worth of news on your app. Plus, view all of your older free Audible news in your desktop library.
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