Download Two Harry Potter Audio Books for Free (and Get the Rest of the Series for Cheap)

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FYI: If you’re look­ing to down­load the Har­ry Pot­ter series as audio books, here’s a way to get two books in the series for free, and the rest at a steep dis­count.

In recent months, Audi­ble (the audio books com­pa­ny owned by Ama­zon) began mak­ing Har­ry Pot­ter books avail­able for down­load. Now here’s what you need to know: If you sign up for Audible’s 30-Day Free Tri­al Pro­gram, you can down­load two audio books for free, includ­ing two books from the Har­ry Pot­ter series. Then, once the free tri­al is over, you can decide whether you want to become an ongo­ing Audi­ble sub­scriber or not. Regard­less of what deci­sion you make, you can keep the two free audio books.

If you remain an Audi­ble sub­scriber (like I have), you can down­load addi­tion­al books at a rate of $14.95 each. That means you can get the remain­ing 5 books in the Har­ry Pot­ter series for $74.75 in total—which is sig­nif­i­cant­ly cheap­er than pay­ing $242.94, the price that Pot­ter­more cur­rent­ly charges for the set.

To get start­ed, you can go to this page, sign up for Audible’s 30-Day Free Tri­al Pro­gram, and then down­load your first two Har­ry Pot­ter books for free.

NB: Audi­ble is an sub­sidiary, and we’re a mem­ber of their affil­i­ate pro­gram.

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