Amazon Prime Subscribers Can Get One Year of Audible for $119, and Add an Echo Hockey Puck for $0.99

Amazon has a deal right on a one-year Audible subscription, and it’s only available to Prime subscribers.

Amazon Prime subscribers who do not currently have an Audible subscription can pay for one year of an Audible subscription for $119.50. That  is 12 credits, good for anywhere between 8 and 12 audiobooks, all for $30 off the regular price for an annual subscription.

What’s more, you can also add an Echo hockey puck to your order for an extra 99 cents.

If you don’t want to plunk down quite so much ( and you are new to Audible) you can get a three-month subscription for just $4.95 per month. That’s a discount of $10 per month from the regular price.

Speaking of deals, Amazon Prime subscribers can also get three months of Kindle Unlimited for free.


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  1. irishwasherwoman28 June, 2019

    Hey!! What about those of us who have been long-time subscribers of Audible!?!?

  2. Miah7 July, 2019

    @irishwasherwoman28 – I agree. Hence, I cancelled my membership, and am no longer an Audible subscriber, and they are still denying to honor this offer to me. But get this, when I cancelled it, it came back offering the $119 price for the annual membership – but still lacking the 0.99$ Echo deal. If I cannot get this special offer, I’m just going to use the library for audiobooks and it will be a loss to Audible and Amazon. I was thinking I would just subscribe to Kindle Unlimited and save $5 a month, but after further consideration, I might just save my $14.95 monthly ( aka $179.40 annually), and instead just use the library audiobooks (via Overdrive and audio-books CD’s) … This alone will cover my annual Prime membership fee (plus some.) Hence, I make out better financially and they lost a paying subscribing customer. All over this special deal that they seem to be refusing to allow current Audible subscribing Prime members the option to partake in.

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