Audible 3-Month Free Trial Offer

For a limited time, Amazon is offering select customers 3 free months of Audible Premium Plus with no strings attached.

Audible Premium Plus normally costs $14.95 a month so this promo is a $45 value! Start your free trial of Audible today!

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Ninja Update: Some readers are also getting 3 free months of Amazon Music Unlimited, making the value of this offer worth $69 for Amazon Prime members and $75 for non-Prime members.

What’s Audible Premium Plus?

Audible is an audiobook service from Amazon, offering the largest selection of titles from classics to new releases and original podcasts.

Users can download or stream their favorite titles with an Audible membership. There are two plans to choose from:

  • Audible Plus ($7.95/month) = Listen all you want to a selection of included originals, audiobooks, sleep tracks, meditation programs, and podcasts.
  • Audible Premium Plus ($14.95/month) = Enjoy everything Audible Plus offers plus 1 title per month from an extended selection of best sellers and new releases – yours to keep.

Audible Free Trial Offer (3 Months)

Amazon is offering some customers three months free of Audible Premium Plus!

Audible Premium Plus normally costs $14.95 a month so this promotion is close to a $45 value! This is a great opportunity to try Audible for free because the offer is usually only good for one month.

Remember, this is a targeted offer so not everyone will get the longer free trial:

Ninja Note: Love free trials? Look for other ones on our site here.

If the offer doesn’t show up when you click on the link and instead shows a one month free trial, try doing it in incognito mode. This method is working for some readers.

Your subscription will continue until it’s cancelled, so make sure you cancel within the free trial period. You can cancel anytime with no strings attached.

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Audible Offer Terms & Conditions

  • Valid for US customers only.
  • Offer available until September 30, 2021 July 31, 2022 at 11:59 p.m. PT.
  • You will receive a 3-month Amazon Music Unlimited free trial and a 3-month Audible Premium Plus free trial. After your 3-month free trials, you will be charged the then current full price (currently $9.99 – or $7.99 for Prime Members – per month plus any taxes for your Amazon Music Unlimited subscription and $14.95 per month plus any taxes for your Audible Premium Plus subscription) with your designated credit card or another available card on file.
  • Your subscriptions continue until cancelled. Cancel anytime by visiting Your Amazon Music Settings and Your Audible Settings. Your subscriptions must be cancelled separately. Canceling one subscription will not automatically cancel the other.
  • This offer cannot be combined with any other offer. Offer limited to one per customer and account, is non-transferable, and may not be resold.
  • Amazon and Audible reserve the right to modify or cancel the offer at any time. If you violate any of these terms, the offer will be invalid.

How To Cancel Audible Subscription

Go to your Amazon account and navigate to your Memberships & Subscriptions page. If you have trouble locating it, click here to go directly to your Audible subscription.

The Bottom Line

Nice offer if you’re targeted. I only saw the one-month promo, but a reader got the three-month version and sent the link to me.

I’m probably still going to try it out. I’ve been driving a lot lately and listening to an audiobook or podcast sounds more appealing than Kiss 108’s Matty in the Morning.

About John Pham

John Pham is a personal finance expert, serial entrepreneur, and founder of The Money Ninja. He has also been fortunate enough to have appeared in the New York Times, Boston Globe, and U.S. News & World Report. John has a B.S. in Entrepreneurship and a Masters in Business Administration, both from the University of New Hampshire.

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