Amazon is Giving Away Free Subscriptions as Part of Its Early Prime Day Deals

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Jun 26, 2024 4:01 pm

We now know the official dates for Prime Day 2024: July 16 and 17. As part of its 10th Prime Day event, Amazon is giving away a selection of subscriptions for Prime members, including three months of Audible, three months of Kindle Unlimited, and five months of Amazon Music Unlimited, all completely free.

These subscription deals are often discounted in the run-up to Prime Day, so the fact that each is completely free for Prime members this year is significant and well worth picking up. If you’re not currently a Prime member, it might be worth getting a 30-day free trial to cover yourself for all the early deals and the Prime Day event itself.

3 Months of Audible Premium Plus for Free

3 Free Months of Audible Premium Plus

New Subscribers 3 Free Months of Audible Premium Plus

Audiobooks are an excellent way to experience stories, and Audible is the best place to find the latest hits, including the recently released Andrew Garfield-led adaptation of 1984. If you’ve wanted to try out Audible, we’ve got great news: it’s brought back a limited-time offer where Prime members can get their first three months free, along with a BOGO deal where you can get two audiobooks from their selection for just one credit.

Audible has an incredible amount of audiobooks available to listen to. Not only can you find hit titles like Dune or Fire & Blood available, but the Audible Originals are also worth listening to. Its most recent release, 1984, led by the incredible Andrew Garfield, is an adaptation that’ll keep you hooked right from the beginning. This title and more are all yours with a Premium Plus subscription, so you can enjoy audiobooks for ages.

3 Months of Kindle Unlimited for Free

Kindle Unlimited

Kindle Unlimited

If you own a Kindle, it’s absolutely worth investing in Kindle Unlimited. Right now, you can take advantage of an excellent early Prime Day deal: three months for free, then it goes back to its usual price of $11.99/month.

But you may be wondering: What is Kindle Unlimited, and is it really worth it? The answer is… absolutely, dear reader. With Kindle Unlimited, you’ll get unlimited access to millions of digital titles, audiobooks, and magazine subscriptions. This means you can read all the latest bestsellers, classics, biggest hits, and more in the realm of books and comics. What better way to start your Kindle adventure?

5 Months of Amazon Music Unlimited for Free

5 Free Months of Amazon Music Unlimited

5 Free Months of Amazon Music Unlimited

Are you sick of Spotify gouging your subscription price up every year? It could be time to give Amazon Music Unlimited a try, especially with this new five-months free offer for Prime members. That’s almost half a year of free high-quality music streaming, saving you almost $50. That’s a bargain, and well worth considering.

Amazon Is Giving Away 15 PC Games to Prime Members

As part of the lead-up to Prime Day, Amazon is giving Prime members 15 PC games for free. The idea is to promote Prime Day, and to get people who enjoy video games to sign up for the service (which gives out free PC games each month, just not usually this many). This batch of games includes standouts like TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge, Hitman Absolution, KOTOR 2, and more.

  • Deceive Inc. (available now)
  • Tearstone: Thieves of the Heart (available now)
  • The Invisible Hand (available now)
  • Call of Juarez (available now)
  • Forager (June 27)
  • Card Shark (June 27)
  • Heaven Dust 2 (June 27)
  • Soulstice (June 27)
  • Wall World (July 3)
  • Hitman Absolution (July 3)
  • Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood (July 3)
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge (July 11)
  • Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II – The Sith Lords (July 11)
  • Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX (July 11)
  • Samurai Bringer (July 11)

As you can see, some of the games are available now, while others will be released on specific dates between now and July 11. It’s important to note that you need to redeem these games through specific online storefronts like GOG, Epic Games Store, and more. This likely depends on the deals and promotions Amazon secured to offer the games.

The only requirement for downloading the games is to be a Prime member. This membership will also be necessary to take advantage of the Prime Day discounts starting on July 16. If you sign up now, even for just a month, you’ll be able to get all the games listed and access every Prime Day deal during the event.

Robert Anderson is a deals expert and Commerce Editor for IGN. You can follow him @robertliam21 on Twitter.

Originally posted:

Jun 26, 2024 3:43 pm

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