Audible Podcast Deals: Get a Free or Discounted Audio Book form Audible.com
Audible.com is an advertiser on a number of popular podcasts, such as those on the TWIT.TV network including This Week in Tech. Audible offers a number of free trial options and discounts available to new users that hear about Audible through a podcast or a number of its website affiliates.
Here are some of the currently available Audible Podcast deals:
Get Half-Off Off on the First Three Months of a Gold Subscription. This is Audible’s most popular plan. You get one audio-book per month for $14.95 per month. If you follow through with the subscription link below, you can get three first three months for $7.49 each. You can cancel after your three months without consequence or keep listening at $14.95 per month.
Get 1 Free Audio Book and a 14 Day Free Trial Gold Subscription. The other deal that Audible is offering is also for its gold plan which gets you one free audio-book per month. With the link below, you can get a 14 day free trial and get one free audio book. After the 14 day free trial, you can cancel without consequence or keep your platinum plan at $14.95 per month.
If you’ve had an Audible account in the previously, you can create a new account with another username and e-mail address and make use of the discounts. Audio-books are an excellent source of entertainment and education and Audible is the place to get them. If you’re going to register for an Audible account, make sure to make use of an Audible coupon to get a deal.
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