A few weeks ago I was tempted back to Audible because of a month free membership (1 credit). I used my credit, listened to the audiobook (Doctor Who and the Genesis of the Daleks), returned it and got my credit back. Took advantage of this 2 for 1 offer, then cancelled my membership and was offered another free credit and have just used this to get another 2 books. So in total the five audiobooks haven't cost me anything: All Hell Let Loose 2001 A Space Odyssey Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy Nineteen Eighty Four.
Absolutely none. Which is why Audible can get away with it. Stingiest, most expensive thing in the history of things. Ever.
Got any better options? (other than the library services or doing the ebook and audio add-on?)
Audible. The only audiobook service where everything costs eleventysixjillion pounds.
I'm a bit duff at keeping up with my books, but Alan partridge - Nomad is terrific stuff.