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Amazon Prime Members!

Through April 19th, head to Amazon and borrow your first book/magazine from the Prime Reading platform, and you’ll score a $3 digital credit!

Here’s how to score your credit…
  • Head to the Prime Reading offer landing page
  • Borrow any book or magazine available on Prime Reading.
  • Receive an email with your $3 Amazon credit within 48 hours.

Not familiar with Prime Reading?

Amazon Prime members (sign up for a FREE 30-day trial here) have access to Prime Reading which allows you to read as much as you want from over a thousand books, magazines, comics, Kindle singles and more – all included for free with your membership!


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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Comments 15

  1. Nicole

    Is this different from kindle unlimited?

    • Hannah

      I believe so. I think Prime reading is one book a month

      • Darla

        Prime Reading is included with your prime membership. You can borrow up to 10 items at a time but an unlimited number total. It also includes magazines.

  2. Lonie

    Sweet! Thank you!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re welcome, Lonie!

  3. Di

    Any recommendations on a good book to borrow? Thanks!

  4. kayti

    I really can’t believe that we pay for Amazon and things just keep getting added that you have to pay more for! As if the $110 a month for free 2 day shipping (which isn’t even 2 days most of the time) isn’t enough!

    • Darla

      This is part of your prime

      • R

        Yes, it’s part of your Prime, but tacking on all of these “free” benefits contribute to the rising costs of the membership. I don’t use the majority of the Prime services offered, and my shipping times have suffered a lot in the past year, too. I wish they’d offer a tiered membership.

        • Elizabeth

          to bad we can’t remove benefits that we don’t use, from prime and lower our member ship cost

  5. Bargin Shopper

    Fellow bargain shoppers – I hesitate to respond because it seems like there’s a lot of bashing going on lately. With any membership you pay for – you need to look at the whole picture.

    Amazon Prime is $119.00 a year for everything they offer including two day shipping, tons of movies and shows, free books for kindle, prime lending library, tons of free apps, prime day crazy sales and more. I don’t watch or read any of the children’s content I wonder if they’ll deduct money from the cost of my membership. NO – it’s take it or leave it

    Planet Fitness – basic $120.00 a year for the privilege to go. I’m not interested in bulking up so I’ll never use the free weights. I wonder if they’ll deduct money from the cost of my membership. NO – it’s take it or leave it

    Netflix – basic one screen streaming $108.00 a year for the privilege to watch one screen in SD. All those reality shows or Disney movies they offer I don’t watch those I wonder if they’ll deduct money from the cost of my membership. NO – it’s take it or leave it

    Sams club – basic 45.00 a year for the privilege to spend your money there. I only buy gas I wonder if they’ll deduct money from the cost of my membership. NO – it’s take it or leave it

    I could go on and on with all the memberships and services we buy to get what we decide is worth our hard earned money. Personally I use less than 20% of my streaming allowance but have to pay for the minimum package even though I don’t use it. If you don’t want the added benefits that come with Prime besides the two day shipping, ignore them. Maybe figure out if you’d be better off just paying to ship your packages instead of having a service available all year long. Like I said with any membership you pay for – you need to look at the whole picture. Is what you need or will use from a membership worth the money you pay. If not keep your money – the choice is yours

  6. grace

    Thank you. Do I need to return the book i borrowed?

    • Bargain Shopper

      Hello Grace, yes when you’re done with a book you return it. You can have ten items at time. If you try to borrow more without returning it’ll stop you and advise you need to make a return. I thinks it’s a great way to find new authors or grab a newest edition magazine if you’re going to be somewhere waiting. It’s also a great resource to learn something that you’re interred in. I’ve looked up something, borrowed a book and ended up buying a couple others on the topic. It’s like going to your local library without taking your car.

  7. Jeff Thompson

    Maybe I should cancel my kindle unlimited subscription?

    • Bargain Shopper

      Hello Jeff, kindle unlimited is not the same as Prime reading and the available books are different. I have KU also and find a greater selection and even complete collections that prime reading doesn’t offer. Kindle Unlimited is a paid for add on and should have a better selection and more of it.

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