Kindle Unlimited 12-Month Membership Only $80 (Regularly $120) = Unlimited Access to 1 Million Titles

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For a limited time, hop on over to Amazon where you can score a 12-Month Kindle Unlimited Membership for just $80.31 (regularly $119.88!) – that’s just $6.69 per month!

Note that if you have a prepaid membership already on your account, you will not be able to purchase an additional membership for yourself.

Kindle Unlimited gives you access to over 1 million eBooks and Audiobooks and current magazines as well.

If you don’t have a Kindle, keep in mind that you can still read books on your computer or other mobile devices with the FREE Kindle Reading Apps found here.

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  1. Laurie

    This is a great gift! I usually get it for my sister as a gift from my kids. But last week Amazon said they were no longer letting you gift the Kindle Unlimited so I got her something else . So not happy with their customer service .

  2. Christina

    Be sure to check with your local library for possible ebook loans. We are in Illinois and our library allows us to check out evooks and download them directly to my Kindle! This works great (as it is free) for my daughter who will read a large book a day! Also no late fees because they just expire and you can’t access them without checking them out again! It is such a blessing!!

    • Bebe

      I love it when I see comments recommending the use of a local library and its services! Not only does this keep them in existence, but it saves tons of money and exposes everyone to many opportunities!

    • Heather

      This is a GREAT idea! I graduated w/ a few ladies that are now Librarians! They would appreciate you so much for stating this!! We love our local library!

    • Trisha

      I just got a library card (new state) and was mostly interested in the ebooks. The wait list is long for some but it saves me a buttload of money. It links directly to Amazon and you just download the book…pretty cool.

    • Christina

      We also check out ebooks from our local library too! There was a posting on here just the other day about Rosie Revere Engineer and I checked our library and was pleased to see they had the cloud version. Love the no late fees or driving back to the library to return the books.

  3. Elizabeth

    Do you have to have a separate membership for each family member?

  4. Tia in FL

    Can someone answer a few questions for me? My grandmother (84) wants to try audio books. She has the newest Kindle. Is there something else she needs to download to listen? Is this subscription better than/same as Audible? Thanks!

    • Paula

      If I understand it correctly, kindle is a reading it on our pad vs audible is actually listening with no written copy at all. I have very poor eyesight and listen to audible all the time. I also download books from the library.

      • Sandy

        Found this online. Hope it helps!
        5 ways to listen to books on a Kindle:
        1Listen to Audible Audiobooks Directly on Kindle Fire
        2Listen to Audiobook via Immersion Reading on Kindle Fire
        3Listen to Audiobook via Apps installed on Kindle Fire
        4Listen to Audiobooks Copied from Computer on Kindle Fire
        5Listen to Audiobooks Online on Kindle Fire

  5. Lilianna

    I had this for some time and was very disappointed. I am a fan of Nora Roberts, for example, and she was never on the kindle unlimited. In Ohio, the libraries are on the Ohio Ebook Project which allows you to borrow books and magazines and have them sent to your kindle. You can put yourself on the waitlist for ebooks that are due to release later in the year even. For me, the library Ebook project works best for the type of books I like to read.

    If your book interests align with kindle unlimited then this is a good offer, but the Library is free…you just need a library card.

  6. Cheryl

    So if you have a prime membership can you purchase for yourself? Or is this only giftable?

  7. Henna

    Be aware, Amazon kindle will allow you to make a child account for kids essentially 10 and under, it will have kids videos and be restricted in terms of accessible websites etc. You can share kindle books with a child account.
    You are NOT able to set up a kindle with a teen account! I have spent countless hours in the last week attempting to with my teens accounts and after walking in to an Amazon book store and marking no less than 3 long calls with Amazon customer service you are not able to share kindle books with teens. If you have a family account it will show owner of prime account, other adult in family and kids (under 10) accounts as sharing but not teen accounts. I had to make amazon accounts for my teens, no prime but annoying because they are not able to have prime video with my log in.
    That said, I will never buy another amazon kindle. I far prefer Apple and their family share where for free we share everything! Music/videos/movies/books. Next time I will buy them Apple iPad minis rather than kindle fires and download the kindle app. Each kid had their own Apple ID and log in but are part of my family in iCloud.

    • heather

      We have 6 kindles in my family and we all share everything under the one account. You can name the kindles (mine is “mommy’s escape) and direct where to send books, etc.

  8. Henna

    Oh! One more thing! Check out the overdrive app and Libby app.
    I love in Chicago and Chicago Public Library allows me to use these apps to borrow ebooks, audiobooks, movies and tv shows. I was even able to apply for a digital only library card online !
    No overdraft fees ever! When a book is due it simply disappears and when you attempt to open it tells you it was returned.
    You can read digital books in the Libby or overdrive app or kindle app. Your choice.
    Much cheaper option that audible !

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