Amazon Kindle Unlimited offers over a million Kindle books available to borrow up to 10 at a time on your account for just $9.99 per month. However, through July 11, you can buy a yearly plan for about $80, a savings of about $40 over what you’d pay on a regular monthly plan, which calculates to well under $7 a month.
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You don’t need to have a Kindle ereader device to read Kindle books. Amazon offers free Kindle apps for your phone, tablet, and computer. I’ve subscribed to Kindle Unlimited almost since it started, and my family loves having access to scads of books to read. Read ebooks using the FREE Kindle reading app on most devices.
I save money buying regular books at thrift stores, borrowing Kindle books for free from the county library website, and subscribing to Kindle Unlimited for ebooks to read on every subject imaginable.
If you’re not convinced, check out Amazon’s Kindle book selection today and see which ones are flagged as Kindle Unlimited eligible. You’ll find current bestsellers as well as classics such as the Harry Potter series. Don’t wait, though – you can only save up to 40% off Kindle Unlimited through Amazon Prime Day, July 11, 2017.