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Audible logoAudible: MoneySaving tips & tricksIncluding free trial & monthly membership plans

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If you want to save money at Audible, here are some tips and tricks:

  • Free audiobook. If you're new to Audible, you can take advantage of its 30-day free trial to get a free audiobook (which you can keep). Make sure you mark in your diary to cancel if you don't want to continue with your subscription, otherwise you'll be charged £7.99/month.

  • Consider buying a membership. If you listen to a lot of audiobooks, consider whether subscribing to a membership plan is worth it for you. The cheapest plan is £7.99/month, and gets you one credit each month, which you can exchange for any single-volume audiobook. As many audiobooks cost around £20-£30, this could be a decent saving.

  • Listen to free samples. Before you commit to buying an audiobook, listen to a free sample online at Audible. If you've bought a book and not enjoyed it, you can also return it for a refund up to 12 months afterwards.

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Bookchoice logoFREE e-books or audiobooks Incl The Break by Marian Keyes. Norm 30+

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You can permanently download nine books for free until Sun 31 Dec (see titles included below), which can be read on Kindles, e-readers, IOS and Android devices and listened to on any media player (iTunes, Windows, Google Play or via the Bookchoice app).

You don't need to enter any card details, these are totally free. We worked out that the nine audiobooks available would cost roughly £30+ if you bought them for a Kindle device from Amazon - so if you like reading, this one's a no-brainer.

How to get 9 free books

  • Go online to e-book and audiobook platform Bookchoice via this link - the MSE Blagged code MS1M18 should be automatically entered - before Sun 31 Dec. You'll need to log in or sign up, using your name and email address - Bookchoice told us that it won't share your details, but you'll receive its marketing emails (you can cancel these later if you want to).
  • All nine books will then be available for permanent download until Wed 31 Jan. For e-books, select whether you want each title for 'kindle' or 'all other devices', then click download. For audiobooks, just click download.
  • Bookchoice gives instructions on how to read its audiobooks on different devices in its FAQs.

Nine books included:

We’ve listed what you’ll get below, as well as the price you’d pay for the Kindle version at Amazon on Tue 19 Dec.

  • The Break by Marian Keyes - audio version only.
  • Days Without End by Sebastian Barry - £3.80 for the Kindle version at Amazon.
  • Sofia Khan is Not Obliged by Ayisha Malik -  £1.89 for the Kindle version at Amazon.
  • After the Bloom by Leslie Shimotakahara - £5.62 for the Kindle version at Amazon.
  • Ice Diaries by Jean McNeil - £9.59 for the Kindle version at Amazon.
  • It Was You by Jo Platt - £1.99 for the Kindle version at Amazon.
  • Bird in a Cage by Frédéric Dard - £4.74 for the Kindle version at Amazon.
  • The Conjoined by Jen Sookfong Lee - £5.72 for the Kindle version at Amazon.
  • Nomad by James Swallow - e-book only - 98p for the Kindle version at Amazon.

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Audible logoAudible 3 audiobooks 3, eg, Gone Girl*Newbies only, via 99p/mth subscription. 100,000+ books

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MSE Update Wed 30 Mar, 10.45am: This deal appears to have expired early, we've asked Audible to fix the issue and we'll update you here when it's back up and running.

Go via this MSE Blagged Audible* link by 11.59pm on Thu 31 Mar to get a three-month trial for 99p a month instead of the usual £7.99 a month. The code MSE99WE54T should automatically be added when you follow the link above (if not you can enter it yourself).

This deal's for new customers to the subscription service only. 

It allows you to download ANY audiobook once a month (so that’s three books in total) from its 100,000+ titles. So you'll effectively get three audiobooks (which you can keep) for £2.97. Titles include:

  • Room by Emma Donoghue - usually £18.99 without an Audible membership
  • Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn - usually £24.99 without an Audible membership
  • The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins - usually £21.99 without an Audible membership
  • Reasons to Stay Alive by Matt Haig - usually £9.19 without an Audible membership
  • The Martian by Andy Weir - usually £9.20 without an Audible membership
  • Career of Evil by Robert Galbraith - usually £19.99 without an Audible membership
  • Paper Towns by John Green - usually £16.49 without an Audible membership
  • The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt - usually £18.99 without an Audible membership

Important: After the trial you'll be charged full-price, but you can cancel in the third month before the fourth direct debit, which would be £7.99, comes out. You can either cancel online through your account, by emailing customercare@audible.co.uk or by calling 0800 469 2455.

You need to create an Audible account or sign into your Amazon account (it's an Amazon company). This deal is for new members to the subscription service only – so if you've bought a book as a one-off in the past without joining a membership plan, you can still get it.

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Audible logoAudible 3 audiobooks 3*Newbies only, via 99p/mth subscription. 100,000+ books

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Go via this MSE Blagged Audible* link by 11.59pm on Sun 13 Dec to get a three-month trial for 99p a month instead of the usual £7.99 a month. The code MSE907H1ED should automatically be added when you follow the link above (if not you can enter it yourself).

It's for new customers and those not currently on a membership plan. 

It allows you to download ANY audiobook once a month (so that’s three books in total) from its 100,000 + titles. So you'll effectively get three audiobooks (which you can keep) for £2.97. Titles include:

  • The Martian by Andy Weir - usually £9.20 without an Audible membership
  • The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins - usually £21.99 without an Audible membership
  • Career of Evil by Robert Galbraith - usually £19.99 without an Audible membership
  • Go Set A Watchman by Harper Lee - usually £18.99 without an Audible membership
  • Paper Towns by John Green - usually £16.49 without an Audible membership
  • Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn - usually £24.99 without an Audible membership
  • The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt - usually £18.99 without an Audible membership

Important: If you don't cancel in time you will be charged. After the trial you'll be charged full-price, but you can cancel in the third month before the £7.99 direct debit comes out. You can either cancel online through your account, by emailing customercare@audible.co.uk or by calling 0800 469 2455.

You need to create an Audible account or sign into your Amazon account (it's an Amazon company). This deal is for new members to the subscription service only – so if you've bought a book as a one-off in the past without joining a membership plan, you can still get it.

Audible logoAudible 3 audiobooks 3 (via 99p/mth subscription)*Newbies only. 100,000+ books to download incl Go Set A Watchman

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Audio entertainment company Audible* enables subscribers to download and listen to 100,000+ audiobooks on smartphones, tablets, Kindles, MP3 players or computers. It usually costs £7.99 a month to join, which gets you one book each month, but new subscribers who go via our MSE Blagged link above by Sun 6 Sep can get a three-month trial for 99p a month - so you'll get three audiobooks (which you can keep) for £2.97.

There's no need to enter a code, the link will automatically give you 99p membership for three months. It’s full-price after that, but you can cancel in the third month of your trial before the £7.99 direct debit comes out. You can either cancel online through your account, by emailing customercare@audible.co.uk or by calling 0800 469 2455.

Popular audiobooks include:

  • Go Set A Watchman by Harper Lee - usually £18.99 without an Audible membership
  • 50 Shades of Grey by E L James - usually £19.99 without an Audible membership
  • Grey by E L James - usually £17.49 without an Audible membership
  • Paper Towns by John Green - usually £16.49 without an Audible membership
  • Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn - usually £24.99 without an Audible membership
  • The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins - usually £21.99 without an Audible membership
  • The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt - usually £18.99 without an Audible membership

You need to create an Audible account or sign into your Amazon account (it's an Amazon company). This deal is for new members to the subscription service only – so if you've bought a book as a one-off in the past without joining a membership plan, you can still get it.

Audible logoAudible 3 audiobooks 3 (via 99p/mth subscription)*Newbies only. 100,000+ books to download incl Gone Girl

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Audio entertainment company Audible enables subscribers to download and listen to 100,000+ audiobooks on smartphones, tablets, Kindles, iPods, mp3 players or computers. It usually costs £7.99 a month to join, which gets you one book a month, but new subscribers who go via this MSE Blagged Audible* link by Thu 30 Apr can get a three-month trial for 99p a month - so three audiobooks for £2.97 (which you can keep).

There's no need to enter a code, the link will automatically give you 99p membership. It’s full-price after that, but you can cancel in the third month of your trial before the £7.99 direct debit comes out. Cancel through your account once signed in, by emailing customercare@audible.co.uk or by calling 0800 469 2455.

Titles include:

  • Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn, (usually £24.99 without an Audible membership)
  • The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins, (usually £12.91 without an Audible membership)
  • The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt, (usually £16.62 without an Audible membership)
  • American Sniper by Chris Kyle, (usually £17.69 without an Audible membership)
  • Alan Turing: The Enigma by Andrew Hodges, (usually £29.99 without an Audible membership)
  • Travelling to Infinity: The True Story Behind 'The Theory of Everything' by Jane Hawking, (usually £26.09 without an Audible membership)

You need to create an Audible account or sign into your Amazon account (it's an Amazon company). This deal is for new members to the subscription service only – so if you've bought a book as a one-off in the past without joining a membership plan, you can still get it.

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