Amazon will give you access to millions of Kindle books and magazines for under £1 ...but deal ends today

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Aaron Brown

By Aaron Brown

Published: 21/12/2023

- 09:15

Updated: 22/12/2023

- 11:19

Download and read millions of novels, non-fiction, magazines, and audiobooks with this limited-time offer

You can download and read millions of Kindle books for just 99p, thanks to a generous offer from Amazon.

These digital books are available on your iPhone, iPad, Kindle ereader,Android phone or tablet. You can switch between any of these gadgets — handy if you find yourself with a wait but you've left your tablet at home — with reading progress synchronised between all of your devices.

It’s all thanks to a huge price cut to Kindle Unlimited. This subscription offers a Netflix-like experience with a rotating selection of millions of ebooks, magazines, and audiobooks from Amazon's enormous ebook catalogue.

Usually £9.49 per month, Kindle Unlimited is one of the pricier subscriptions available from Amazon, which is one of the reasons this is such an incredible saving. In comparison to Kindle Unlimited, its Prime Video service, which rivals the likes of Netflix and Disney+ costs just £5.99.

If you can quickly, you can secure three months of Kindle Unlimited for just 99p. This discount is only available for the next few days but will allow you to continue reading from a selection of millions of books until March 2024.

This 99p deal offers a saving of £27.48compared with the standard cost of Kindle Unlimited for that duration. Cancel any time before the end of the three months and you’ll pay nothing more.

If you don’t want to spend 99p, then you can sign up for a 30-day free trial to access everything included with Kindle Unlimited at no cost.

a woman in a swimming pool reading a book on the kindle oasis

Several of Amazon's best-selling Kindle ereaders boast a water-resistant case, so you can read in the bath, on the beach, or in a swimming pool without any worry about damaging the device


With Kindle Unlimited, you’ll be able to download and read bestsellers from the likes of Colleen Hoover, Matt Brolly, Amanda Prowse, Dean Koontz, Teresa Driscoll, and Melinda Leigh, to name just a few. The complete Harry Potter book series is also bundled as part of the monthly subscription.

Magazines like Cosmopolitan, Grazia, BBC Good Food Magazine, OK!, and Autocar are also included, with new issues available to download and read across any device with the Kindle app.

If you’d rather rest your eyes, Kindle Unlimited includes a limited number of audiobooks to stream from your car infotainment system, Bluetooth speakers, iPhone or Android apps.

Several Kindle models, like the Kindle Paperwhite and Kindle Oasis, support audio files, so you can connect a pair of wireless earbuds to listen to audiobooks on your ereader.

Sound good? The 99p Kindle Unlimited offer is only available until tonight (December 22), so you’ll need to act fast to secure your discounted reading until early 2024.

If you’ve recently taken out a free trial of Kindle Unlimited, you won’t be eligible for the latest 99p promotion. You can check whether your account qualifies for the discount here.

If you can secure the 99p subscription, keep in mind that Amazon will automatically renew your subscription at full price unless cancelled at some point during the three months.

You don’t need a dedicated Kindle ereader to take advantage of Kindle Unlimited. The Netflix-like subscription for books and magazines is available on any phone or tablet with access to the Kindle app, including the iPad, Android tablets, and Amazon’s own Fire Tablets.

Of course, Kindle ereaders do support the subscription service too. Amazon is offering discounts on its Kindle Paperwhite and flagship Kindle Oasis ereaders in the run-up to Christmas.

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