Kindle Unlimited Promotion: 3 Months Free for Prime Members ($9.99 for Non-Prime)

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Amazon is offering a free 3-month trial of Kindle Unlimited for Prime members. Non-Prime members are offered an discounted price of $9.99 for 3 months. Deal expires on 7/31/19. You can have been a previous Kindle Unlimited member (trial or otherwise), but you can’t be an existing paying member.

  • Enjoy unlimited access to over 1 million books.
  • Explore a rotating selection of popular magazines.
  • Listen to thousands of books with Audible narration.
  • Read anytime, on any device with the Kindle app.

(Not on Amazon Prime? You could also grab a 30-day free trial to Amazon Prime, with students getting a 6-month free trial + 50% off discount afterward with student .edu address. After signing up, circle back to this promotion.)

You can manually cancel your Kindle Unlimited membership early and it will let you keep your membership open until the end of the 3 months, and not renew automatically. If you don’t do anything, it will auto-renew at the end of 3 months at $9.99 per month. Remember that after you end your Kindle Unlimited subscription, you will lose access to all of the Kindle Unlimited books.

What personal finance and investing books are included? You can view all Kindle Unlimited books here. You can search Kindle Unlimited titles here after clicking the “Kindle Unlimited Eligible” box on the top-left. There are is a mix of a few bestsellers, some older classics, and a lot of independently-published titles of varying quality. Here are some business and finance-related titles that caught my eye:

Kindle Unlimited authors get paid per page that is read. Therefore, your reading actually pays authors for their work!

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  1. There are many Lonely Planet and other travel guidebooks available on Kindle Unlimited. A free trial was great before and during my recent trip to Europe.

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