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There are plenty of good reasons to give Audible, Amazon’s audiobook platform, a try. Besides having hundreds of thousands of different titles to choose from, Audible has guided wellness programs, a relaxing sleep collection and subscriptions to national newspapers available, too.
Shop: Audible Annual Membership, $149.50/year (Prime members save $50)
With your yearly membership, you’ll get 12 credits all at once (instead of one each month). These credits can be used on any title you want, including new releases and best sellers; the titles you pick are yours to keep even if you end up canceling your membership. Plus, if you’re unhappy with any title you purchased with a credit, exchanges are free and easy to do.
You also will gain access to all of the content within The Plus Catalog which is full of audiobooks, podcasts, Audible Originals and more (and no credits are needed!).
Not an Amazon Prime member? Don’t worry! You can sign up for Prime right now and still get this limited-time deal.
But if you aren’t ready to commit to a full year of Audible, there are other plans that you can test out. Audible Plus, the cheapest membership, is $7.95 a month and gives you access to The Plus Catalog. Audible Premium Plus is $14.95 a month and, on top of The Plus Catalog, it gives you one credit a month and exclusive discounts, like 30 percent off all additional premium selection titles.
As always, if you want to go the risk-free route, you can take advantage of Audible’s 30-day free trial now. Your membership will renew at $14.95 a month when your 30 days are up, but you can cancel online anytime.
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