Audible’s Premium Plus subscription is $50 off right now as part of Prime Day 2020

Audible Generic Graphic

 Summary List Placement

Prime members can get $50 off their first year of Audible Premium Plus right now as part of Amazon Prime Day 2020. 
This offer comes bundled with 12 credits that are redeemable for anything in the Audible Plus catalog or Audible Premium selection, and you can exchange titles if you need to.
After the first year, an annual subscription will cost $150, but you can cancel at any time.
Find more of the best Amazon Prime Day 2020 deals happening during day two of the event here.

Finding the time to sit and read a good book tends to fall on the back burner, and that’s where an Audible Premium Plus subscription can help. Fit more “reading” in your day by letting someone else read it to you; from former first lady Michelle Obama to Academy Award nominee Rosamund Pike, a wide variety of narrators can bring your next read to life with an Audible subscription. 

Right now as part of Prime Day 2020, Prime members can take $50 off their first annual Premium Plus membership and get a subscription for just $100. Typically, Audible members get one credit every month, but as a part of this deal Amazon will throw in 12 credits upfront that can be redeemed for any book in their catalog. 

These audiobooks will never disappear from your collection, so you’re free to revisit them whenever you need to. And, if you don’t love a title, you can easily swap it for another. 

If you want to continue your Premium Plus subscription, you’ll need to pay $150 per subsequent year, but you can also just cancel your subscription at any time. Alternatively, you can downgrade to the more affordable option: Audible Plus. This tier comes with the same access to the Audible catalog for $8 a month, or $98 per year, but lacks the one book credit every month.

  Microsoft Windows head Panos Panay says the pandemic has made the PC more vital than ever, even in the smartphone era: 'The usage intensity on Windows is higher than it's ever been before' (MSFT)

Join the conversation about this story »

…read more

Source:: Businessinsider – Tech

      

(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *