Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Audible is Offering Books at Half Price

Posted By on Tue, Apr 14, 2015 at 10:00 AM

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Audiobooks, man. I couldn't get through long drives or slow days at work without them. 

I'm an Audible lady. For those unfamiliar with the service: Every month, in exchange for $15, I get a credit for one book of any price and I can purchase audiobooks to stream. It's not like Netflix—you do have to pay for every book you want to listen to. Audible offers a small discount on the books, but nothing too significant. I try to get by with paying for one new/long/expensive title with my monthly credit, and filling out the other weeks with cheaper books. But not this week! 

Through April 20, all titles are 50 percent off. 50 percent! They're calling it a "Spring Cleaning" sale for your wishlist, but I think you and I both know it's really just going to make digital bookshelves more congested.

Have fun, booknerds.

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