Want to read rather than watch a show or movie? Amazon is still offering a two-month free trial of Amazon Kindle Unlimited — the Netflix of books and the perfect place to find thousands of different books to read. When you’re stuck at home, it’s the ideal way of feeling whisked away to another world through the magic of fiction. Right now, it’s risk-free, too, with nothing to pay providing you remember to cancel your subscription before the renewal date.
With a Kindle Unlimited free trial, you can enjoy two months of great fiction and non-fiction. The service offers unrestricted access to more than a million titles, along with a rotating selection of popular magazines and audiobooks. There are no hidden charges here. Everything comes as part of the Kindle Unlimited trial.
The offer is valid for all new customers that subscribe before midnight on June 30. Sorry, existing customers, you’re not eligible for the deal. Instead, you’ll need to continue paying $10 per month to keep using the service.
Through the service, you can check out some of the best fiction right now. That includes titles like When We Believed in Mermaids by Barbara O’Neal, If You Tell by Gregg Olsen, and many more. There’s also plenty of great non-fiction out there like Trevor Noah’s Born A Crime and Michelle Obama’s Belonging, with classic fiction like The Color Purple also an option if you want to catch up on your acclaimed reading.
Want even more choice? An Amazon Kindle Unlimited free trial also includes access to many magazines and newspapers with additional free subscriptions to popular titles like The Washington Post, People, and plenty of others.
Remember — this is a limited-time offer. You need to sign up before June 30 to get two months entirely for free. Just remember to cancel the subscription before it renews and you won’t have to pay a single cent for all this great content. It’s the perfect time to try out Amazon Kindle Unlimited. We won’t blame you if you let it run a little longer. Avid readers will adore having a vast library of great books at their fingertips at all times.
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