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How is Audible supposed to work?

Old 10-06-20, 12:52 PM
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How is Audible supposed to work?

We downloaded it for the weekend as we had to do some driving, and for 15.99 a month, we apparently get one credit a month, meaning one book per month? Are we reading this wrong? At these prices, we may as well just buy the books? Or use alternate means...

What's up with this?
Old 10-06-20, 12:56 PM
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Re: How is Audible supposed to work?

Credits are used to keep books forever, not just listen to them. You can listen to more; you just don't keep them if you cancel your sub.
Old 10-06-20, 01:27 PM
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Re: How is Audible supposed to work?

Originally Posted by Noonan
Credits are used to keep books forever, not just listen to them. You can listen to more; you just don't keep them if you cancel your sub.
OK, the app was not clear at all. We may cancel anyways and find another solution.

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Re: How is Audible supposed to work?

Read the audiobook deals thread. Audible has tons of freebies and special offers. In the last 5 years I’ve got about 50 credits for maybe $3 each on average.

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