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Audible, the audiobook offer from Amazon, offers numerous popular audiobooks as well as in-house productions for download. If you opt for a Prime Day subscription by June 22, 2021, you will receive a total of 42 euros discount. This comes about because the monthly fee is reduced to 2,95 euros for six months. The good thing about it: You are not tied to a long subscription, but can cancel on a monthly basis. On the other hand, you can also start a 2-month trial subscription, which is completely free. All the details and the options for booking can be found on this campaign page.
Audible offers ad-free and offline audio content from a wide variety of areas. From novels to non-fiction books to biographies, everything is included. In addition to the more than 200.000 audiobooks that you can listen to via the Audible app, Echo devices, some Kindle readers and the like, there is also a large selection of podcasts. So whether you prefer fantasy, sci-fi, comedy, thriller or science - here you will find everything in one offer. So it's worth it in several ways the offer described above to use. Because this way you get six months of entertainment for your ears for just 2,95 euros each.
The Audible Prime Day subscription is reduced in price, but the scope of services remains the same. A credit is available per month with which an audio book can be purchased. Short audio books or radio plays sometimes only cost half a credit, so that they can contain up to two titles per month. Each additional audio book then costs only 9,95 euros, which in many cases is still cheaper than the CD. In addition to crime fiction, historical novels, humor and satire, biographies and fantasy, there are also children's and youth audiobooks as well as English audiobooks and numerous other offers. Just take a look;)
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