Amazon just discounted over 1,360 Kindle books to 99p, but it's also offering one million ebooks for FREE

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Aaron Brown

By Aaron Brown

Published: 25/03/2024

- 15:42

Updated: 25/03/2024

- 15:43

Bookworms have an incredible selection of novels, non-fiction, and magazines to choose from in the latest sale

Amazon's first major sales event of the year — known as Amazon Spring Deal Days — is in full swing, the online retailer has launched some incredible savings across all departments, including slashing the price of 1,360 Kindle books down to just 99p. That's up to 91% off the standard cover price of these digital paperbacks.

But that's not the only way to access hundreds of digital books at a bargain price!

Amazon is also offering a two-month subscription to Kindle Unlimited for nothing. Usually £9.49 per month, sign up for free and cancel anytime during the two months to pay £0. You'll still be able to download and read Kindle books from the huge selection available for the two month period, even if you cancel immediately!

This incredible offer is only available until April 3, 2024 don't take toolong to think it over!

Kindle Unlimited is like Netflix for books, with Amazon offering a rotating selection of new bestsellers, classic novels, non-fiction books, digital magazines, and audiobooks. These can be downloaded onto your Kindle device, iPhone, iPad, PC, or Android phone or tablet to read at your leisure.

three kindle book covers

Amazon has discounted over 1,360 Kindle ebooks as part of its latest site-wide sale


You can switch between any of these gadgets — handy if you find yourself with a wait but you've left your tablet or Kindle at home — with reading progress synchronised between all devices in the background. If you own any Alexa-powered smart home gadgets, these can read the Kindle book to you when you're busy around the house.

If you take advantage of the Kindle Unlimited freebie today, you'll be able to read from the selection of books, audiobooks, and magazines included with Kindle Unlimited until mid-May 2024.

There are more brilliant offers like the Kindle Unlimited giveaway in the latest Amazon sale, we've put together a definitive list of the best deals in the Amazon Spring Deal Days sale so you don't have to waste time trawling the virtual shelves yourself.

kindle ereader android tablet and smartphone pictured running the kindle app with access to the books and audiobooks included with a kindle unlimited subscription

Kindle Unlimited isn't just reserved for those with a Kindle ereader, it's also available on iOS and Android devices, including smartphones and tablet, thanks to the Kindle app


Kindle Unlimited is one of the priciest subscriptions available from Amazon, costing £9.49 per month. In comparison, Prime Video — which competes with Disney+ and Netflix and offers access to some of the most expensive television shows ever produced — costs just £5.99 per month.

But that hefty monthly cost is what makes this two-month giveaway such an incredible deal.

Amazon has offered these types of deals before. In the weeks before Christmas, it offered three months of Kindle Unlimited for 99p. Although this latest Kindle Unlimited price crash will only last for two months — it's completely free of charge.

selection of book and magazine covers included in the kindle unlimited subscription

Kindle Unlimited offers a rotating catalogue of bestsellers, non-fiction, and magazines


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.

"With Kindle Unlimited, you can reread your favourite series or discover a new series that you'll love," Amazon teases on its sign-up page.

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.

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


If you’d rather rest your eyes, Kindle Unlimited includes a limited number of audiobooks to stream from your car infotainment system, Bluetooth speakers, and 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 e-reader.

Unfortunately, if you recently took advantage of another free trial or discount to Kindle Unlimited, you won’t be eligible for this latest promotion. Unsure? Check if your account qualifies here.

Word of warning — if you sign-up for Kindle Unlimited at £0, Amazon will automatically renew your subscription at full price unless cancelled at some point during the two months. So remember to dive into your account settings and cancel the subscription immediately to avoid a charge in the coming weeks.

To do that, head to the Your Memberships & Subscriptions pageand sign into your Amazon account. Under the membership settings, select Cancel Kindle Unlimited Membership >Cancel Membership.

Your membership will remain active until the next billing date, so even if you cancel immediately after signing up for the two-month free trial, you'll still be able to enjoy all of the perks of Kindle Unlimited until the end of the free trial period. After the next billing date passes, you lose access to content that you've checked out and downloaded onto your devices. If you haven't finished reading, you'll need to buy the books as a standalone purchase or re-subscribe to Kindle Unlimited.

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