Half price audible for 3 months (£3.99 a month) (plus possible £10 voucher)
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Half price audible for 3 months (£3.99 a month) (plus possible £10 voucher)

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Found 2nd Sep 2017
I'm new to audible, was still in a trial.

Saw the banner and went to cancel my sub to take advantage and got a free credit for staying (many others might get this too?) spent the credit on a book then proceeded to cancel and re sign up using the banner.

Might be account specific not sure but hopefully works for some.

Banner is on the home page, no codes needed.










shatteredneon wrote:
I just saved another £10. Take up the 3 month for £3.99 offer and then go to cancel again, they should offer £10 account credit. Worked for me. This works out at £1.97 for 3 audiobooks. I should add, the 3 months for £3.99 offer is available to existing customers when they go to cancel. Regarding ebay codes, I have been buying these for a while and the supply is drying up, I think Audible have had a clamp down. There are very few people selling now and most apply the codes to a new Audible account. They are still available but not as cheap as they used to be.
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Cheaper buying the credits off eBay, often £3 or less each buying several.
jaydeeuk114 m ago

Cheaper buying the credits off eBay, often £3 or less each buying several.


Thanks, been getting cheap NowTV movies codes for years off eBay, but didn't even think about searching for these.
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jaydeeuk11 h, 27 m ago

Cheaper buying the credits off eBay, often £3 or less each buying several.

Are these legit? I've seen a few of these that look shady
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I'm new to it all and that's good to know jaydee, thanks for the tip.
deleted8003422nd Sep 2017

Are these legit? I've seen a few of these that look shady


Yeah. Basically people get free credits for doing some sort of audio book, or an intro or something like that. They then just flog them.

Loophole will probably get closed one day.
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jaydeeuk11 h, 14 m ago

Yeah. Basically people get free credits for doing some sort of audio book, …Yeah. Basically people get free credits for doing some sort of audio book, or an intro or something like that. They then just flog them.Loophole will probably get closed one day.

So they're a code you enter into your account somewhere? No way of losing access to the audiobook once you've bought it with this credit?
Yeah, when you go to purchase a book there's a box to enter a code which will give you a credit. Been doing it for a while now and not had any problems.
Cold - your link is a generic link to audible.co.uk front page. No offer present for me.
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I’d worry about your audible password if I was able to link you directly to your account to be fair, log in and the banner will be revealed as if by magic
Must be account specific. No magic for me.
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Have you got a banner at the top advertising new audio books? It was scrolling along there when I was logged in, my guess is it could be for users on a trial or who don’t have an active subscription as on closer inspection it mentions “again” on the picture.

Jaydee has offered an alternative that might be of some use to you further up the thread with Ebay and purchasing tokens directly from there.
I just saved another £10. Take up the 3 month for £3.99 offer and then go to cancel again, they should offer £10 account credit. Worked for me. This works out at £1.97 for 3 audiobooks.

I should add, the 3 months for £3.99 offer is available to existing customers when they go to cancel.

Regarding ebay codes, I have been buying these for a while and the supply is drying up, I think Audible have had a clamp down. There are very few people selling now and most apply the codes to a new Audible account. They are still available but not as cheap as they used to be.
Edited by: "shatteredneon" 4th Sep 2017
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Just done that now, thanks for the added tip! I’ll add it to the main deal now or feel free to make your own thread about the saving?
Hello, just done, & worked.. what happens with the £10 credit then? Do your monthly £3.99 subs come out of that?or is that simply usable to buy a book? Can you withdraw this £10 any way? Thanks
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The £10 wasn’t used for my subscription it’s still sat in my account, that’s what I waited to see if it could be used for haha, don’t think you can withdraw the £10 either.
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