Any 3 Audible books for £13 and a £10 voucher as a reward so effectively £2.65 per book
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Any 3 Audible books for £13 and a £10 voucher as a reward so effectively £2.65 per book

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Edited by:"stevenfeeney"Found 1st Nov
OK - so I am a huge Audible fan and have a healthy collection of books and never pay full price.

Here is the deal

  • Sign in to Audible
  • On the top right, select 'Buy Credits'
  • You will be taken to a page to purchase 3 credits for £13
  • Use all 3 credits before 01 Dec 2017
  • Credits count as a "purchase"
  • Ensure you buy books valued at £5.99 or more
  • You will be credited with a £10 voucher via email
  • Use the voucher plus another £3 to purchase another 3 credits

Total cost for 6 premium audiobooks = £16
Cost per book = £2.65

Additional tip

If you truly want to max the value of your credits; search for books by length and filter on your sub category.

This means your results are not diluted with 4, 5, 6, 7 hour audiobooks but you actually get the full unabridged 16-24 hour editions.

Top comments

cuffbertt5 m ago

The longest I've had so far is 12.5 and even that seemed to go on for ages …The longest I've had so far is 12.5 and even that seemed to go on for ages



Sweet Jesus, should have read that sentence back before I clicked submit
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Worth noting not every account can buy those extra credits

When I go to the deal I don't get the option to buy credits. It says I have buy 3 audio books using credits or cash ( value at least £5.99 per book) and then I'll get £10 voucher

This is good, cheers op. Think I'm going to give this a go. I don't tend to buy vouchers- I check the Daily Deals fairly often and stock up on any interesting books that come along, usually for £1.99 or £2.99. Think I might give this offer a go, so that I can search out some good books to read.

Not sure I could handle a 20+ hour book mind... The longest I've had so far is 12.5 and even that seemed to go on for ages

Now the hard part- which ones to chose!

I don't have an option to purchase credits.

Do you have to be a paying member.

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SlimaB1 m ago

I don't have an option to purchase credits.Do you have to be a paying …I don't have an option to purchase credits.Do you have to be a paying member.


That is strange, I am able to purchase credits near monthly. It constantly pops up as an offer. 3 Credits for £13.

cuffbertt5 m ago

The longest I've had so far is 12.5 and even that seemed to go on for ages …The longest I've had so far is 12.5 and even that seemed to go on for ages



Sweet Jesus, should have read that sentence back before I clicked submit

If you're not seeing the buy credits options - this is likely the reason:

To be eligible to see the option to buy extra credits online, you must:

  • Be an active Audible member and be on the same membership plan for at least three months
  • Have one or no remaining credits on your account
  • Must be at least 30 days from your next billing date (ANNUAL PLANS ONLY)

I'm not a member. Damn. Would have gone for this if I could.

Voted hot anyway.

Why don't you just cancel your membership because it's too expensive, which it is, and then claim the £10 voucher and then buy 3 credits for £18 and you only spend £8 for 3 books.

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mtcleaning83_-1113555001228 m ago

Why don't you just cancel your membership because it's too expensive, …Why don't you just cancel your membership because it's too expensive, which it is, and then claim the £10 voucher and then buy 3 credits for £18 and you only spend £8 for 3 books.


£80 for 12 Audiobooks is not unreasonable I think. But I get massive amounts of value out of them. YMMV.
I also got 6 months access to Audible Channels which included lots of Audible Original content.
Edited by: "stevenfeeney" 1st Nov

I've never been offered 3 credits for £13 - it's always £18 :-(

cjed31 m ago

I've never been offered 3 credits for £13 - it's always £18 :-(



Ditto!

Ah I was wondering why I could see it! I’m not signed up as a paying member either! 😫

Just signed up to the free trial to listen to the new Dan Brown book whilst running. Enjoying thus far, doesn't the £7.99 per month include a downloadable book?

I see the £10 offer but these have always been £18 for 3 and not £13?

gazzereth261 h, 0 m ago

Just signed up to the free trial to listen to the new Dan Brown book …Just signed up to the free trial to listen to the new Dan Brown book whilst running. Enjoying thus far, doesn't the £7.99 per month include a downloadable book?

It does, one token a month which is any one book of your choice. Plus there's daily deals for about £2-3 a go and the odd freebie

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benfromlondon7 h, 44 m ago

Me too!

WTF? I have never paid £18 for three credits.

Edit: Turns out there is a sliding scale. I purchase my annual membership in one hit whkch means I qualify for cheaper credits.

Sneaky sob's...
Edited by: "stevenfeeney" 2nd Nov

cuffbertt23 h, 10 m ago

Sweet Jesus, should have read that sentence back before I clicked submit …Sweet Jesus, should have read that sentence back before I clicked submit


I did exactly same and then thought: 12.5? That's a beast

Can anyone explain to me what you pay 7.99 for if books are paid on Audible? Confused

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lucyferror23 m ago

Can anyone explain to me what you pay 7.99 for if books are paid on …Can anyone explain to me what you pay 7.99 for if books are paid on Audible? Confused


Audible has lots of ways of purchasing books.

You

- Buy a membership
- Buy credits which are traded for any book on the site
- Buy a book outright if you like the price
- Buy a book on Amazon and 'add' Audible narration for a small fee


Within those options are more options

- A membership gives you one credit per month and can be purchased monthly or annually. Annually gives you a bigger discount
- Members get additional benefits such as discounts, cheaper credits and exclusive content

lucyferror18 h, 30 m ago

Can anyone explain to me what you pay 7.99 for if books are paid on …Can anyone explain to me what you pay 7.99 for if books are paid on Audible? Confused


The £7.99 gets you one credit a month which you can spend on any book. It could be something like Harry Potter which is a nine hour book and would cost £18 for non members, or it could be something like The Sherlock Holmes collection which is 72 hours long and would cost non members £60. Both are read by Stephen Fry.

Best money I spent this year setting up an audible account.
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