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Expired: Last Day: 40% Off Amazon Unlimited Reading Plans & 85% Off Top Selling Kindle Books


Beautiful fashion girl learning on line with a tablet and headphones sitting on a bench in the streetToday is the last day for Amazon 10th anniversary of the Kindle sale with 40% off a new unlimited reading subscription.

With Kindle Unlimited you can get access to 1 million titles and listen to thousands of books with Audible narration. Read or listen anytime with the free Kindle app on any supported device.

Right now you can get 33% off a 12-month plan or 40% off a 24-month plan. This deal ends October 25, 2017, so don’t wait.

“Kindle Unlimited gives you the freedom to explore. Try new genres, discover new authors, and dive into new adventures with unlimited access to our wide and varied selection of books. From rhetoric to romance, or comedy to tragedy, you will find unlimited stories waiting to be discovered. Relive the classics you grew up with, start on that best seller you’ve been wanting to read or try one of the hundreds of thousands of books you won’t find anywhere. Find your next great read today,” Amazon says on their website.

You can learn more about Amazon Unlimited reading plans on their website HERE.

Kindle is also offering up to 85% off many top-selling Kindle books. You can find all the top-selling Kindle books on Amazon HERE.

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One Response to Expired: Last Day: 40% Off Amazon Unlimited Reading Plans & 85% Off Top Selling Kindle Books

  1. S. Mays October 26, 2017 at 8:35 am #

    I bought the 2 year plan back when it was on sale in July for Prime Day. Really enjoying it. Many of the big name publishers refuse to participate in the Kindle Unlimited program, because they are stuck in the past and want to charge $12 for an ebook, despite the fact they have no printing costs, but it looks like more have jumped on board. There are lots emerging authors in the program, and there are also magazines and self help books in it too. Just don’t go into it expecting brand new releases from the major publishing houses.