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AMAZON are renowned for their incredible price cuts and flash sales, and with this promotion you couldn't do better.

You can get Kindle Unlimited free for two months when you sign up today.

  • Kindle Unlimited, free for 2 months (saving £15.98) – sign up on Amazon

We love Amazon when it comes to big savings, and this promotion is one of the best we've seen so far.

Currently, you can sign up for Amazon's digital ebook subscription and get two months of Kindle Unlimited free – saving you £15.98.

When the promotion ends you can choose to continue, costing £7.99 per month, or cancel if you decide the subscription isn't for you.

But over the two months you will be spoilt for choice, with access to over a million titles from e-books, audiobooks, and magazines.

While reading can prove to be an expensive habit, even if you enjoy a paperback, e-books are always a cheaper alternative.

The beauty of Kindle Unlimited is that at £7.99 a month you can read or listen to as many titles as you like and continue to save, while enjoying access to a library of millions of books at your fingertips.

Though in the name, you don't actually need a Kindle to use this service – you can download the Kindle reading app on any device to make the most of this promotion.

But if you are serious about reading and want to invest, then you will love this deal on the refurbished Kindle Paperwhite for £129.99 (saving you £32).

Make sure to make the most of this promotion while it's around.



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