Try Audible Free For 30 Days & Get 3 Free Audiobooks


Audible is a very popular audiobook service that is actually owned by Amazon. It is priced at $14.95 per month, and you get three free audiobooks each month. That includes two audiobooks and then an Audible original. For that price, this is a really good deal. But you can also sign up for a free trial and try out Audible for free for 30 days – and you'll most likely love it.

As expected, Audible is available on most platforms. This includes Android, iOS, Echo, Fire TV/Tablets and much more – it's even available on Android Auto and Apple CarPlay so you can listen to your books in the car. Allowing you to listen to your book anywhere and everywhere. It's a great option for when you are traveling, whether by car, train or plane.

There are a ton of great title's available Audible, like Trevor Noah's Born a Crime, or David Spade's A Polaroid Guy in a Snapchat World. Audible has over 425,000 titles available for you to choose from. So if you are looking for some older books that many may not be familiar with, Audible likely has those as well.


As mentioned, you do get three credits each month. But say you aren't listening to as many books this month, as you normally do. Audible lets you roll over your credits for up to five months. So those credits aren't wasted.

You can sign up for a free 30 day trial of Audible at the link below. Remember, after the first 30 days, it goes to the regular $14.95 per month.

Audible Free Trial - Amazon

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