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Pre-Prime Day Deal: Kindle Unlimited is Offering Three Months of Membership For Free

Amazon just made its standalone e-reading service crazy affordable.
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Whether you’re looking for some breezy beach reads or trying to get through something a little heavier now that you have vacation time, Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited just dropped a new free trial promo that makes it more affordable than ever to make it through that summer reading list.

From now through July 31st, new Kindle Unlimited users will get three months of service for free. That includes access to more than 1,000,000 titles. A subscription is normally $9.99 a month, so you're saving around $30.

To sign up, all you need is a basic Amazon account (no Prime required). Unlike Prime Reading, Kindle Unlimited is a standalone subscription that offers a much wider selection of books.

Borrowed titles from the Kindle Unlimited catalog have no due date unless, of course, you cancel your subscription.

And for existing Kindle Unlimted customers, Amazon is offering the following deals during the same time frame:

  • 20% off 6 months - Promo Price: $47.86 | Reg. Price: $59.94
  • 33 % off 12 months - Promo Price: $80.30 | Reg. Price: $119.88
  • 40 % off 24 months - Promo Price: $143.80 | Reg. Price: $239.76

Titles Included on Kindle Unlimited

The vast selection of titles in Kindle Unlimited’s library means you can pick from a variety of reading material across genres. There's everything from memoirs, to cookbooks, to literary fiction and more. Popular titles include the entire Harry Potter series and poet rupi kaur’s second book, The Sun and Her Flowers.

If you're looking to tread off the beaten path, check out The Lost Art of Reading Nature’s Signs or the memoir Hung Like A Seahorse: A Real-Life Transgender Adventure of Tragedy, Comedy, and Recovery to help you discover new authors.

Some users successfully canceled their previous subscriptions and were able to take advantage of deals like this in the past. Others canceled before their trial memberships expired and were still able to access their borrowed titles until the end of the discount timeframe.

Either way, this Kindle Unlimited discount is a great way to try out the service at no risk, and expand your mind in the process.

And don't forget to set a Deal Alert and check out our Amazon Prime Day page to stay up to date on all the latest sales and promos from Amazon.


  • Deal Value: $29.97 or more
  • Timeframe: Available when you sign up on or before July 31st, 2019.
  • Things to Remember: New Kindle Unlimited customers only, but no Amazon Prime needed.


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