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Kindle Unlimited Trial: Completely FREE 2-Month Subscription ($19.98 Value!!)

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If you’ve been wanting to try Kindle Unlimited, don’t miss this FREE 2-month Kindle Unlimited Trial! It’s a great opportunity to score some fantastic reads for free.

Free Kindle Unlimited Trial

Yay! This offer has been extended!

Right now, you can sign up to get a FREE two-month subscription to Kindle Unlimited! And the best part is that you can take advantage of this deal even if you’ve signed up in the past!

Since Kindle Unlimited is usually priced at $9.99 per month, this is a RARE savings of $19.98! This is a fantastic deal and we haven’t seen a FREE two-month Kindle Unlimited deal in a while.

The Day the World Came to Town

When you sign up for this deal, you’ll get access to over 700,000 ebooks and thousands of audiobooks — all for free!

The available books change pretty often, but right now they have The Day the World Came to Town — a book I read last year and absolutely loved! I highly recommend reading it.

Free 2-Month Kindle Unlimited Trial

Interested in this deal? Here’s how it works:

  • Sign up for a free 2-month subscription to Kindle Unlimited
  • Click on the Kindle Unlimited tab in your Amazon bar to search for available titles (you can search individually or sort by genre).
  • You’ll be able to add up to 10 titles to your Kindle Unlimited account at a time.
  • Once you’ve finished reading a title, just return it and borrow another.
  • You can read or listen to the titles on any device with the free Kindle app.
  • Be sure to cancel your subscription before your 2 month subscription is up, otherwise, you’ll be charged $9.99 per month.

Want some other suggestions of great titles to read that you can possibly read for FREE with your Kindle Unlimited Trial? Here are some other great reads that are currently available:

I’d love to know what other titles you find that you can read on Kindle Unlimited with this great deal!

Go here to sign up for your free 2-month subscription!

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  • Jennifer Maynard says:

    So excited to try this out!

  • Anna says:

    I just recently finished a trial and thought it was a great deal.

    I really challenged myself to make the most of this subscription and ended up reading about 75 books total (10 were picture books, and some more were read aloud kids novels). Not a particularly sustainable rate for me, but it was great way to get a lot of reading done in the chilly winter months.

    I was also pleasantly surprised how easy it was to cancel with just a couple of clicks.

  • Julie says:

    Thanks for the heads up on this deal! I was able to sign up even though I have had kindle unlimited in the past. So, even if you have gotten a great deal in the past it may let you sign up again.

  • I read “Stretched Too Thin” by Jessica Turner and Chip Gaines Book “Capital Gaines” both recently using the Kindle Unlimited membership. I also recently borrowed “Reading People” and “I’d Rather Be Reading” both by Anne Bogel using the membership.

  • Jen says:

    I got three months for .99 around Christmastime and I have kept it since then at the $9.99 because I have been reading at least 3-4 books a month on it. To me that’s worth it, and when I run out of books I can cancel it whenever I want.

  • I have read so many great books on KU. Most recently, “A Dark Lure” by Loreth Ann White. I agree the regular price is too much, I only sign up when they are having a deal. But if you are a Prime member you get one KU book free every month. That is in addition to the 10 books you get in Prime reading.

  • Crystal says:

    I just signed up for the trial and The Next Right Thing by Emily Freeman is one of the books available!!! Thanks for the suggestions! Adding them to my list!

  • Karen says:

    Is this only for new customers or could I sign up for it if I had unlimited I’m the past?

  • Jennifer says:

    Question: I just downloaded 10 KU books yesterday and cancelled my trial, which ends 1/26. Will I lose the ones that I haven’t read on the 26th when MY account officially ends? If so, I’ll prioritize.😊

  • Elissa says:

    I just got it! I had KU for a few months- my hubby got it for me as a “push gift” after our 4th child was born in July. It expired a little over a month ago and I’ve missed it, but have not been willing to pay for it again. Thanks for sharing! Now to not neglect my responsibilities for the next two months… 🙂

  • Allison says:

    I just wanted to share a tip – I was able sign up for the free trial and then immediately cancel it – and I still have the trial through the date originally stated 2 months from now (at least this worked in my case; we’re Prime members so I don’t know if that makes a difference or not). Just an idea if you’re worried about forgetting to cancel later like me!

  • Katie says:

    I was able to sign up for the deal, but I am having trouble finding audiobooks on KU. Is there a way to browse just audio books? Thanks!

  • Sara says:

    I just read “The Day the World Came to Town” (as a “real” book) and loved it so much. One of the few books I gave 5 stars to…thought it was one of the most inspirational books I’ve ever read and was encouraged to try to be more hospitable in my little corner of the world…

  • Tracey Aquino says:

    Thank you so much for the link! I appreciate it. I love reading and especially being able to read them for free.

  • Amy says:

    Do you know if you have to have Prime to get the 60 days? I’m offered the 60 days (Prime member), but my mom is only offered 30 days on her account (just has an Amazon account – not Prime member).

    • Jordan says:

      I don’t see anything that makes me think you have to be a Prime member. I would contact their customer support to ask for clarification! Sorry I couldn’t be of more help! -Jordan, MSM Team

  • Katherine Albrecht says:

    Just checked the link and it appears to be extended through June 30, 2020!

    • Meg says:

      Where do you see that? I’m still seeing April 30th. If so, YAY!! -Meg, MSM Team

      • Ali in NYC says:

        Hi Meg, I’m seeing the same. The page says the offer’s been extended through June 30, 2020. I just went to it this morning. Try refreshing your page or clearing the cache. This is so exciting—two free months of books! Thanks for sharing this offer!

  • Katherine says:

    Wish I’d taken a screen shot . . . I signed up for it and then it went back to saying April 30, 2020. So weird. Sorry. 🙁

  • Emily says:

    I signed up for this more than 2 months ago, and when I canceled it, it offered me another month of KU for free!!! I hope this happens to everyone 🙂 will be curious what happens when I cancel after this extra month is up. Also, I was thrilled to find Richard Foster’s “Prayer”, and am using “40 Scripture Based Prayers to Pray Over Your Children”

  • Andrea says:

    So… I signed up, got my 2 months free till June, everything looked great. 15 books later I tried to download a book THEY recommended from the Kindle Store, and they want to charge me for it! What’s wrong going on? Isn’t Unlimited supposed to be “unlimited “?

    • Jordan says:

      Kindle Unlimited give you access to a large selection of books. However not every book is included in the program. Think of it like Netflix, You pay a monthly fee for access to everything that Netflix has available for you to view but not every tv show and movie is available for you to stream. I hope that helps! -Jordan, MSM Team

  • Jennifer says:

    This offer has already been redeemed. Oh well.

  • Aida says:

    OMG!! Thank you sooooo much I love that I can continue to read books from kindle unlimited for free thanks again you’re awesome. I signed up to your weekly news on return. You made this momma super happy after having a bad day.

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