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Audible First four months for just £3.99 per month @ Amazon (New Customers Only)

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Posted 18th Nov 2019Edited by:"LOGiCALX"

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As I usually jump on these sort of topics, I thought it would be best to start my own deal.

Audible have already started a Black Friday deal, yay!

Join Audible today and get your first four months for just £3.99 per month. Enjoy your choice of audiobook each month & unlimited Audible Original Podcasts.

Audible is £3.99/month for the first four months and £7.99/month thereafter. Renews automatically. Cancel anytime.

Note: If you can't take up the offer for what ever reason, use THIS LINK to take up the 3 month offer instead which has continued to work for some time.
Please remember to cancel any on going subscription before signing up to this!

Why become an Audible member?
  • You own your audiobooks
  • Your books are yours to keep, even if you cancel.
  • Swap an audiobook for any reason
  • Exchange any book, any time.
  • Free Audio Shows
  • Unlimited listening to original podcasts for members.
  • Exclusive deals throughout the month
  • Up to 80% off selected audiobooks.
  • Listen online or offline
  • Enjoy when you’re online, underground or mid-flight.
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Does this work if as existing member I cancels and then rejoin?
so basically almost exactly the same offer if you just try to cancel,
Edited by: "Maccabix" 18th Nov 2019
psycho1983uk18/11/2019 17:20

Does this work if as existing member I cancels and then rejoin?



There is no reason why it shouldn't.

Note: If you can't take up the offer for what ever reason, use THIS LINK to take up the 3 month offer instead which has continued to work for some time.
Does it stack with the 3 month free deal by any chance?
Maccabix18/11/2019 17:21

so basically almost exactly the same offer if you just try to cancel,



Not everyone gets the same offer, but I'm just trying to help as some may not know.
zcaprd718/11/2019 17:22

Does it stack with the 3 month free deal by any chance?



You'd need to use the 3 months and claim the credit and then cancel it. I maybe wrong so someone else could confirm. If not read my post again after 3 months and take out the other deal ^
LOGiCALX18/11/2019 17:23

Not everyone gets the same offer, but I'm just trying to help as some may …Not everyone gets the same offer, but I'm just trying to help as some may not know.


there's the same three options for everyone when you cancel , my reply wasnt a dig at you more this offer from them is a bit pants and kinda decpetive.
Maccabix18/11/2019 17:25

there's the same three options for everyone when you cancel , my reply …there's the same three options for everyone when you cancel , my reply wasnt a dig at you more this offer from them is a bit pants and kinda decpetive.



Oh I know, so please don't get me wrong. Sometimes (before these deals) I wasn't offered this. I may get the £10 credit, or simply pause my membership for 90 days. If you always get this deal then winner! Always beats paying full price.
LOGiCALX18/11/2019 17:30

Oh I know, so please don't get me wrong. Sometimes (before these deals) I …Oh I know, so please don't get me wrong. Sometimes (before these deals) I wasn't offered this. I may get the £10 credit, or simply pause my membership for 90 days. If you always get this deal then winner! Always beats paying full price.


whispers you could always just return every audio book and get the credit back , obviously not that i'd ever advocate that even though its literally part of their system.
I love Audible, HOT at any price.
Can confirm the link works even if you've been a member in the past. No clearing of cookies needed which is what I normally do.

I was able to get the 4 months for £3.99. I've never paid more that this in the past, I usually just log out, clear my cookies and take up the 3 months offer but the above link worked without any extra steps needed.

Thanks O/P, have some heat.
I thoroughly recommend The Exorcist - read by the author, William Peter-Blatty.
I cancelled my subscription yesterday and signed up today with this offer 😁
There is also a 2for1 members only deal at the moment here, which you could use with your first credit.
LOGiCALX18/11/2019 17:30

Swap an audiobook for any reason Exchange any book, any time.


  • Swap an audiobook for any reason
  • Exchange any book, any time.

Voted hot. How many times can you do this before they take notice?
fablanta19/11/2019 03:45

Swap an audiobook for any reasonExchange any book, any time.Voted hot. How …Swap an audiobook for any reasonExchange any book, any time.Voted hot. How many times can you do this before they take notice?


I once bought about eight books in a two-for-one sale and accidentally paid with money instead of credits, cost me loads. Didn't notice for about a month and when I did notice I sent all 8 books back. Audible then locked the return book option, preventing me from sending any more back, but didn't affect my account in any other way. After about a month it unlocked the option to return books and I'm back to normal.
Damn, I wanted to give that to a family member as a gift but don't know how to go about doing that... Audible gift for 3 months is 22 quid Does anyone has any suggestions?
Edited by: "Czubaka" 27th Nov 2019
psycho1983uk18/11/2019 17:20

Does this work if as existing member I cancels and then rejoin?


Cancelled on Wednesday, just rejoined.

Thanks OP, heat
Czubaka27/11/2019 19:23

Damn, I wanted to give that to a family member as a gift but don't know …Damn, I wanted to give that to a family member as a gift but don't know how to go about doing that... Audible gift for 3 months is 22 quid Does anyone has any suggestions?


No, this isn't an option - they want to tie *you* in to an ongoing subscription rather than providing a finite gift subscription of X months. Frustrating.
DingoDirk29/11/2019 08:07

No, this isn't an option - they want to tie *you* in to an ongoing …No, this isn't an option - they want to tie *you* in to an ongoing subscription rather than providing a finite gift subscription of X months. Frustrating.


I thought as much, thanks mate.
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