Start Your Kindle Unlimited Free Trial—No Risk Involved
A staple of bookworms around the world, Kindle Unlimited is an Amazon service that allows its users access to over a million book titles and magazines, as well as thousands of audiobooks, for a fixed monthly subscription fee.
The Kindle Unlimited content can be accessed on any device with a Kindle app, not just the Kindle e-reader. The Unlimited titles are clearly marked with a badge in the Kindle Store so that users can easily spot them.
What You Should Know About the Free Kindle Unlimited Trial
You can try out Kindle Unlimited for 30 days for free.
Amazon limits one free trial per customer. You will need to create an Amazon account if you don’t already have one. Amazon also requires you to enter your payment information when signing up for the trial.
How to Get a Kindle Unlimited Free Trial?
How to get your Kindle Unlimited free trial will slightly vary, depending on whether or not you already have an Amazon account.
Either way, here’s a step-by-step guide on how to take Kindle Unlimited for a test drive:
If You Are an Existing Amazon Customer
If you already have an Amazon account, simply do the following:
- Open the Amazon Kindle Unlimited website
- Click on the Join Kindle Unlimited button
- Type in your payment information
And that’s done—you’re now ready to download the Kindle Unlimited-labeled content on your Kindle device or app.
If You Are a New Amazon Customer
Unless you already are an Amazon customer, you’ll have to create your account first. Here’s how you can do it:
- Go to the Amazon Kindle Unlimited website
- Hit the Sign In button
- Select Create Your Amazon Account
- Follow the instructions to create your account
- Enter your credit card details
And that’s all there is to it! Pick a book and enjoy!
Does the Kindle Unlimited Free Trial Automatically Renew Into a Paid Subscription?
Your Kindle Unlimited free trial will automatically renew into a paid subscription. Amazon clearly states that once your free trial expires, you’ll be converted to a monthly paid subscription plan automatically. To prevent the auto-renewal fee, make sure you nip your Unlimited subscription in the bud before the free trial expires.
If you cancel your membership after you’ve been charged, you will not be eligible to get your money back. As soon as you unsubscribe, your downloaded Unlimited titles will disappear from your account and your devices.
Amazon can have tricky refund policies that differ by each service. For example, you can return the videos purchased on Amazon Prime Video if you didn’t stream them, but whatever you bought on Amazon Appstore and Amazon Music will not be eligible for a refund.
If you’re a keen Amazon user, these Amazon Customer Service hacks might come in handy.
How Much Does Kindle Unlimited Cost After the Free Trial Expires?
You can get Kindle Unlimited for $9.99 per month, which comes to about $120 a year.
If you’re not sure whether it’s worth it, take the service for a spin and sign up for a one-month free trial.
This Is What Kindle Unlimited Fees Might Appear Like on Your Bank Statement
All Kindle-related charges will contain the word Kindle in the description. To recognize a Kindle Unlimited charge on your bank account, look out for a statement that’s similar to any of the ones below:
|KINDLE UNLIMITED 866-2 866-216-1072 WA 98109 USA||Debit Card Purchase - KINDLE UNLIMITED 866 216 1072 WA||Kindle Unlimite xxx-xxx-1072 WA|
|KINDLE UNLIMITED 866-216-1072 WA 98109 USA||: Kindle Unlimited 866-216-1072 WA||Debit Purchase -visa Kindle Unlimited888-482-7820wa|
|KINDLE UNLIMITED XXX-X XXX-XXX-1072 WA||KINDLE UNLIMITED 866-216- 866-216-1072 WA 98109 US||KINDLE UNLIMITED 888-4 888-482-7820 WA 98109 USA|
|CHECK CARD PURCHASE KINDLE UNLIMITED 866-2 866-216-1072 WA||KINDLE UNLIMITED 888-482-7820 WA||DEBIT CARD PURCHASE - KINDLE UNLIMITED xxx-x xxx-xxx-1072 WA|
|KINDLE UNLIMITED 888-482- 888-482-7820 WA 98109 US||KINDLE UNLIMITED xxx-xxx-1072 WA||POS DEBIT KINDLE UNLIMITED 888-482-7820 WA|
|KINDLE UNLIMITED||DEBIT CARD PURCHASE - Kindle Unlimite xxx-xxx-1072 WA||DEBIT CARD PURCHASE - Kindle Unlimited xxx-xxx-1072 WA|
|KINDLE UNLIM||CHECK CARD PURCHASE KINDLE UNLIMITED 866-216-1072 WA||Kindle Unlimited 866-216-1072 WA|
|KINDLE UNLIMITED XXX-X XXX-XXX-7820 WA||KINDLE UNLIMITED 888-482-888-482-7820 WA||DEBIT CARD PURCHASE - Kindle Unlimited xxx-xxx-7820 WA|
|VISA DDA PUR 469216 KINDLE UNLIMITED 866 216 1072 * WA||Debit Purchase -visa Kindle Unlimited866-216-1072wa||KINDLE UNLIMITED 866|
|KINDLE UNLIMITE||KINDLE UNLIMITED 888-4 888-482-7820 WA||DEBIT CARD PURCHASE - KINDLE UNLIMITED xxx-x xxx-xxx-7820 WA|
Say Farewell to Unwanted Auto-Renewal Charges
Have you ever signed up for an online free trial, but felt lukewarm or downright disappointed with the service? And if so, were you planning to cancel it before the free trial expired, but eventually forgot and incurred a subscription charge?
Most of us with an internet connection and a credit card have experienced a similar thing. Considering that the average American shells out $237.33 a month on various subscription fees—not a small figure by any means, as discovered by a West Monroe partners survey—it’s important to manage your subscription-related costs.
Using DoNotPay’s Free Trial Card for free trial sign-ups is a guarantee you will never have to suffer any unwanted, auto-renewed subscription fees. If you’re looking for a no-sweat way to save some money, you’ll be hard-pressed to find an easier method.
The way our virtual credit card works relies on several basic principles—it:
- Generates random and temporary credit card information that looks like real card details to the merchant
- Gets automatically approved on free trial pages
- Doesn’t get approved on subscription pages
- Isn’t connected to your bank account
You can access DoNotPay and get a virtual credit card from your .
An Email Address to Go With Your Free Trial Card
To protect your privacy, DoNotPay puts a random email address at your disposal that you can use while signing up for the free trial.
This means you don’t have to provide your real email address, and can therefore dodge a ton of Amazon’s marketing emails and newsletters. Such messages are often a cover that many companies use to track your location and collect your private information for sales lead generation.
Don’t worry—you can rest assured that we will forward all relevant emails to you, such as those related to your Amazon account.
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