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Kindle Unlimited Valentines Day deal: 25% off all the Lonely Planet You Can Read

My favorite Black Friday deal was the Kindle Unlimited deal, especially for frequent travelers. Basically, Kindle Unlimited is a program where Amazon lets you read as many Kindle books and Audiobooks as you want, up to 10 at a time, as long as their book is in the Kindle Unlimited library. I’ve utilized daily a very important feature of the plan: Lonely Planet books are included! I’m happy that the Kindle Unlimited deal has returned for Valentines Day.

Kindle Unlimited is usually $10/month but today it’s down as low as $7.50/month if you get 2 years, or less than $8/month if you subscribe for a shorter duration.  I know I spend at least $72/year on travel guides alone so this deal could be a no-brainer.

I’d be remiss to mention that there are some promotional Lonely Planet books offered for free. I don’t usually find them enough to know a destination completely, but they’re still fun reads.

Kindle Unlimited would be a great companion gift to the Kindle Fire  which is now down to $39.99. My experience indicates that multiple devices on the same account  can share Kindle Unlimited.

Have you tried Kindle Unlimited? Is it the deal I think it might be?  Please share your thoughts in the comments.

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2 thoughts on “Kindle Unlimited Valentines Day deal: 25% off all the Lonely Planet You Can Read

  1. MickiSue

    I got the two year deal on the Black Friday deal, thanks to you. And used it for LP and other books about DC, right away, as we visited our youngest and his GF the first w/e in Dec. Also read about places of interest in Jamaica, for our trip last month.

    ALSO, got some trashy novels to read while sitting in the sun in Jamaica, all for free.

    I want to visit our oldest son and his wife in Oakland, so will get the LP for SF, soon. I will definitely get my $132 for two years out of this purchase!

    1. thedealmommy Post author

      Glad to hear! I love the ability to instantly grab a bunch of lp on “maybe” places with no commitment. My library always has them on lengthy holds so by the time I get them I’ve moved on. I can also keep them for as long as I want.

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