Amazon slashes Audible audiobooks 3-month subscription from £24 to only 99p

AMAZON has slashed the price of a three-month Audible subscription to just 99p.

The app – which is like Netflix for audiobooks – usually costs £7.99 a month.

That means a three-month subscription would cost around £24.

So the deal gets you a whopping £23 saving, and couldn't come at a better time.

If you're finding yourself with more free time – or needing a distraction from the outside world – then Audible is a very respectable option.

It's currently the world's largest provider of audiobooks, boasting more than 200,000 choices.

  • Amazon Audible (3-month plan) for £0.99 – buy here
It's an easy way to get through a book while doing other thingsCredit: Amazon Audible

It's worth bearing in mind that you'll have to pay the 99p upfront.

And once your three months are over, the plan will automatically renew at full price.
That means unless you cancel, you'll have to fork out £7.99 for continued membership.

An Audible subscription gets you a free audiobook of your choice every month.

There's also unlimited listening to Audible Original Podcasts.

You can buy your own audiobooks to add to your library.

And Amazon offers discounts of up to 80% on selected audiobooks through regular deals.

You can also swap audiobooks for any reason with Amazon's "exchange for free" program.

Audible works on loads of devices, including your smartphone.

But it also works on Amazon Echo Alexa devices, which is really handy if you've got one.

  • Amazon Audible (3-month plan) for £0.99 – buy here

All prices in this article were correct at the time of writing, but may have since changed. Always do your own research before making any purchase.

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