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Audible Gold: Sign up now and save big on a three-month subscription

Keen to listen to some great audiobooks? They are an awesome choice for entertainment while you’re stuck at home, and permit you to absorb a book while cooking dinner or doing housework. Right now, you can grab an Audible Gold membership for only $9 per month for the first three months. That’s 40% off the usual price! It’s the perfect time to enjoy a new form of entertainment.

With this offer, you can get one audiobook and a selection of Audible Originals every month for just $9 per month. Don’t like your choice of audiobooks? No sweat! You can swap it out for something you’d prefer since easy exchanges are a key part of Audible. One of the best things about Audible is that your audiobooks are yours to keep, even after you’ve canceled. And you can opt to cancel at any time, too.

Audiobooks are a fantastic way to stay entertained while you’re stuck at home. If you’re bored with performing household chores or with all that’s involved in cooking up dinner, a captivating story or piece of non-fiction can go a long way toward making you feel better. They can whisk you away from the monotony of everyday life in no time.

Alternatively, they’re also a great source of comfort while you’re heading out on a walk to grab some fresh air, or when you’re working out in your home gym. It’s both relaxing and stimulating to enjoy an audiobook via Audible, and this offer is a great way of embracing it.

There’s a great deal of variety on Audible. You can enjoy modern favorites like The Girl on the Train, The Hate U Give, or Ready Player One. There’s also non-fiction from the likes of Trevor Noah’s Born a Crime, and How To Win Friends & Influence People. Audible Originals keep things varied too with content from David Spade, Darrell Hammond, and lots of other great people. Classics like Sense & Sensibility, Dune, and the Harry Potter series are also available here.

Whatever your taste, Audible has you covered. With 40% off the first three months right now, $9 a month is a bargain for the content you get. Just remember to cancel it before the 3 months are up or choose to continue it for $15 per month.

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