Sign Up For 30-Day Trial of Audible & Get $15 Amazon Prime Now Credit

Amazon is offering up a pretty impressive offer for those that want to try out Audible, but haven't yet. You can sign up for a free 30-day trial and that includes two credits for audiobooks that will be yours to keep - even if you opt to cancel the service after the trial period. But you will also get a $15 Amazon Prime Now credit. Of course, that credit is only useful if you live in an area that has Amazon Prime Now service. But it's basically free money for spending nothing at all. Of course, this is only good for new Audible customers.

Audible is a audiobook service from Amazon, which you can pick up two audiobooks each month and stream it on all sorts of platforms. Audible does work on Android, iOS, Fire TV & Fire Tablets, and even Android Auto. So you can stream an audiobook while you're in the car on the way to work, stuck in traffic. Which is a pretty cool concept. The service starts at $14.95/month, which isn't a bad price for the service, and you are able to cancel it at anytime. So if you're big into reading books, then Audible is going to be a good option for you.

Amazon Prime Now, on the other hand, is a way to get items from Amazon even quicker than next-day delivery or two-day delivery. Amazon Prime Now can deliver select items to your home within two hours, but this is only available in select areas, and right now it's only available in a handful of areas. So you'll want to check and see if it's available in your area. But with this promotion for Audible, you can get a $15 credit for Amazon Prime Now, but you can only use it on a purchase of $35 or more from Amazon Prime Now. That's still a good deal, considering it is free money, for simply signing up for Audible's free trial. Now Amazon does say that this promotion will end on February 15th, so you have a little less than a week to get in on this promotion before it expires. You can sign up using the link below.

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