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Amazon Local: FREE $10 Audible.com Credit (Choose from Over 100,000 Audiobooks!)

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Amazon Local is offering up a great deal for all you audiobook junkies! Just head on over here, register/sign-in and choose Tennessee from the top left drop down menu, then choose Nashville to snag a FREE voucher for $10 to spend on Audiobooks over at Audible.com! Just click on the “Get Voucher” button to retrieve your unique voucher and then head over here to browse through all of the available audiobooks (choose from over 100,000… wowza!).

Once you’ve selected your favorite book, you’ll be able to listen on your smartphone, music player, tablet, and more!


So what are you waiting for?! Head over here to snag your FREE voucher. And keep in mind that you’ll want to be sure to use it by June 30th, 2013!

Fine Print: Valid for new Audible.com customers only; Voucher will expire if not redeemed on Audible.com by June 30th, 2013; $10 balance will expire if not used toward the purchase of an item or items on Audible.com after 30 days from date of redemption; Limit 1 voucher per customer; Available only to U.S. customers; You must have an Amazon.com account and accept the Audible.com Service Terms of Use to redeem the code; Voucher is available for use immediately after purchase

(Thanks, Free Stuff Times and Melissa!)

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