Get 50% off membership for 3 months
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50% discount for the first 3 months
Enjoy 50% discount in the first 3 months, then only pay £7.99/month. You'll get 1 book credit each month to purchase any audiobook of your choice.
Take your pick from the world's largest selection, regardless of price, including the latest best sellers.
Download the free app and your audiobook will be waiting in your library. Just press play and enjoy.
Why become an Audible member?
You own your audiobooks
Your books are yours to keep, even if you cancel.
Swap an audiobook for any reason
Exchange any book, any time.
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Unlimited listening to documentaries, comedies and more.
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Up to 80% off selected audiobooks.
Listen online or offline
Enjoy when you’re online, underground or mid-flight.
Terms and Conditions
This offer will expire at 23:59 on 02.07.2019. Offer is not available to existing Audible members or those participating in an Audible free trial. For the first 3 months of your Audible membership, you will be charged the discounted price of £3.99/mo. After the first 3 months, your Audible membership will automatically renew at £7.99/mo until cancelled. You will be billed monthly, and will receive one credit each month, good for any Audible audiobook. The promotion applies only to items sold by audible.co.uk. The same items sold by other sellers (e.g. audible.com, etc.) do not qualify. Claim codes cannot be resold, transferred for value, redeemed for cash or applied to any other Audible account, except where required by law. This promotion may not be combined with other offers. Limit one per customer and account. Audible account required. Other terms and conditions apply, including those available at http://www.audible.co.uk/conditions-of-use. If you violate any of the terms or conditions, the promotion will be invalid, and the offer will not apply. Audible reserves the right to modify or cancel at any time. Any terms prohibited by law shall be void without prejudice to the remaining terms.