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Amazon is offering Prime Members: 1-Year Audible Premium Plus Membership + 12 Audible Premium Title Credits for $99.50. Thanks Discombobulated

Note, offer valid on first year only and will renew at normal price. Cancel anytime. Offer ends October 14, 2020

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  • 12 Audible Premium Title Credits Upfront. Can be used for any Premium audiobook, regardless of price.
    • Premium title credits expire after 1 year
  • Access to exclusive sales as well as 30% off all additional premium selection purchases
  • Listen all you want to thousands of included titles in the Plus Catalog
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Note, after the promotional period, price will be $149.50 per year; cancel anytime. Offer ends October 14, 2020.
  • 1-Year Audible Premium Plus Membership + 12 Audible Credits Upfront [amazon.com]
    • $99.50 valid for Amazon Prime Members Only
      • Membership Includes
        • Premium Plus members get credit(s) good for any titles in our premium selection (1 credit = 1 title.)
        • Premium Plus members get access to exclusive sales as well as 30% off all additional premium selection purchases.
        • All members can listen all they want to thousands of included audiobooks, podcasts, originals, and more in the Plus Catalog.
        • *Number of credits vary based on your membership plan. Credits expire after one year.
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Also look at the Libby app for you phone, you can borrow audiobooks from your local library. Its amazing and has made audible a thing of the past for me. The main downside is that it doesn't allow offline listening but it's not a huge deal with a decent data plan.
And then you will only get about 10% of the audiobooks so you won't have to worry about having too many to listen to.
Your math doesn't make sense...you are paying 22.95 for 2 credits a month(the 3 credits for $30 is there for both plans). Instead, you could get 12 credits for $99(and do it multiple times per year, since if you cancel and renew you get it each time).

So you will pay more per book either way, plus get the same 3 credits for $30 deal. This deal is better in every way.

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Otherwise for regular premium subscription they give you 2 credits every month. But in this case they give you only 12 credits upfront instead of 24 yearly but monthly based. Am I missing something??
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Otherwise for regular premium subscription they give you 2 credits every month. But in this case they give you only 12 credits upfront instead of 24 yearly but monthly based. Am I missing something??
Monthly 2 credit plan is now $22.95/mo.
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Anyone know if there's a deal on the 1 year 24 credit plan?
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If I'm a current member, can I use all my credits, then cancel and sign up for this?
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My premium plus account expires in 2 weeks. I have no credits left. Can I cancel and get this deal? I can't see the deal detail because when I follow the link, it just goes to my account.
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Wondering if I can enroll in the Prime 30-day trial, get my 2 free credits, and then cancel the trial and purchase the 1-year bundle of credits.

If that works, you end up with 14 credits for $99.50, about $7.10 per audiobook, which is a steal.
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For someone like me who goes through quite a few audiobooks a year, this isn't much of a deal. For someone who is a casual listener, great deal.

Personally, I just keep my 2 a month plan with buying 3 credits on occasion for $33 or so, when I need more.
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My premium plus account expires in 2 weeks. I have no credits left. Can I cancel and get this deal? I can't see the deal detail because when I follow the link, it just goes to my account.
I'm in the same boat and was thinking the same thing. You are closer to your subscription ending though. I guess ultimately you don't have anything to lose. If you cancel and renew it might apply the offer but if it doesn't your renewal will be the same price as if you didn't cancel.
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Y'all, get scribd for $9/month for unlimited audio books and share it with your family Too (same login) 🎧🎤🤜🏼
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Y'all, get scribd for $9/month for unlimited audio books and share it with your family Too (same login) 🎧🎤🤜🏼
Also look at the Libby app for you phone, you can borrow audiobooks from your local library. Its amazing and has made audible a thing of the past for me. The main downside is that it doesn't allow offline listening but it's not a huge deal with a decent data plan.
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Y'all, get scribd for $9/month for unlimited audio books and share it with your family Too (same login)
And then you will only get about 10% of the audiobooks so you won't have to worry about having too many to listen to.
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Also look at the Libby app for you phone, you can borrow audiobooks from your local library. Its amazing and has made audible a thing of the past for me. The main downside is that it doesn't allow offline listening but it's not a huge deal with a decent data plan.
not sure about your library, but mine allow to download and listen offline.
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For someone like me who goes through quite a few audiobooks a year, this isn't much of a deal. For someone who is a casual listener, great deal.

Personally, I just keep my 2 a month plan with buying 3 credits on occasion for $33 or so, when I need more.

Your math doesn't make sense...you are paying 22.95 for 2 credits a month(the 3 credits for $30 is there for both plans). Instead, you could get 12 credits for $99(and do it multiple times per year, since if you cancel and renew you get it each time).

So you will pay more per book either way, plus get the same 3 credits for $30 deal. This deal is better in every way.

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