It’s an exciting day for students, specifically book lovers and commuters balancing a jam-packed schedule of classes, work and after-school activities.
Available today through Thursday, Sept. 30, Prime Student members have access to three months free of Audible Premium Plus, which is normally $14.95 per month. Plus, students have a selection of three free audio titles to keep on their devices forever, including popular titles like ‘Such a Fun Age‘ (which I highly recommend), Billie Eilish’s memoir and ‘Razorblade Tears.’
What are the benefits of Audible?
Though I’m no longer a student, I always listened to a podcast or audiobook en route to class and any time I had a free moment between work. School schedules can be jam-packed, to say the least, and listening to an encouraging podcast or enlightening memoir can help you maximize your day.
For Premium Plus members, the benefits are endless. Members have access to the Audible Plus Catalog, annual or monthly credits to exchange for premium titles, a 30% off discount off regularly-priced credit card purchases and the ability to keep unused credits up to a year before their expiration date, to name a few.
Plus, audiobooks are a great medium for students who love the convenience and even ones who prefer holding a physical book (yes, you read correctly). It took me a while to finally hop on the audiobook train, but it’s great to incorporate into your mornings or commutes. And, you’ll feel like you have the time to read, the victory many busy bees want to achieve.
What will Prime Students have access to with Audible?
With Audible’s first-ever Prime Student deal, members will have access to Audible originals and all the books and episodes on your to-read (or to-listen) lists. It truly is your personal library, made better: free and time-saving, but also yours to keep for a re-read or re-listen.
Already sold? Me too. Take advantage of this exclusive deal before your classes and long days of commuting start. It’ll always be a treat to listen to something meaningful.
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