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44th President of the United States Barack Obama is one of the most beloved world figures in history, so the release of his first presidential memoir, A Promised Land, is a major deal.
While titles as highly anticipated as this one aren’t as cheap as standard releases (it is a collectors’ item, after all), you can read it for 60 percent off its original retail price with Kindle.
Shop: A Promised Land By Barack Obama, $17.99 (Print List Price: $45)
The book, described as “a riveting, deeply personal account of history in the making — from the president who inspired us to believe in the power of democracy,” tells the story of Obama’s journey as a young man searching for his identity and progresses all through the first term of his historic presidency.
In addition to A Promised Land seeing President Obama join the ranks of his wife, former First Lady Michelle Obama with the success of her book Becoming, it should be noted that it’s so much cheaper to read with Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited service.
In fact, new subscribers can currently get their first two months for just $0.99 with this special two-month deal.
Shop: Kindle Unlimited (Special 2 Month Deal), $0.99 For New Members (Orig. $19.98)
To access the deal, simply visit the Kindle Unlimited signup page here. Select the two-month deal, click “Join Kindle Unlimited” and follow the sign-up instructions. As with any Kindle Unlimited subscription, it can be canceled at any time.
This rare promotion gives new Kindle Unlimited subscribers access to millions of titles that are drastically cheaper than their corresponding print editions. For instance, the Kindle version of A Promised Land retails for only $17.99, which is 60 percent less than its listed print price.
Kindle Unlimited users often pair the service with an Amazon Kindle device like the one pictured above. However, if you don’t have one and would rather not make the additional purchase — no worries! The service works with any e-reader-enabled device like an iPad, a smartphone, a laptop and even a desktop computer.
Through this method, users can access millions of titles on one thin, portable device and, in turn, save the planet. After all, you’ll be cutting down on paper, not cutting down trees.
Please note that this two-month deal is only available for a limited time, so snag it before the price changes.
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