How to Get Audio Books for Free (Free Audible Books Code)

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I’m revealing a way to get free audiobooks on Audible as well as three coupon codes to download free books. I use Audible during the commute and it’s the best way to get your reading in with limited time.

Check any list of millionaire habits and it’s sure to include reading, but who has the time to read two or three books a month. To reach my reading goal, I started reading audiobooks two years ago and now get through at three or more books every single month.

I’m including three coupon codes below to get a free audio book on Audible plus two original audiobooks on the platform. Understand that while these links will go to my books on Audible, you can get any audiobook for free just by clicking browse and starting your free trial.

Here’s a link to download my audiobook, Make Money Blogging – the nine income sources I use to make over six-figures a year from blogs and my YouTube channel.

Use this coupon code to download free a copy of Step-by-Step Dividend Investing, my most popular investing book.

Here’s a code for my first audiobook on Audible, The Passive Income Myth. In this book, I destroy the myth of passive income and show you how to get started and make real money in four passive income strategies.

Even if you don’t pick one of my books for your free audiobook, don’t miss this opportunity to download a free book on Audible. If you only get the free book and nothing else after the trial 30-days, you’ll always have that book available in your library. If you do decide to keep listening to audiobooks, you’ll get discounts on audio books every month. It’s a great way to get your reading in without sacrificing time for other stuff. Watch the video not only for how to download full length audio books free but for some great tips on how to read faster.

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Joseph Hogue, CFA spent nearly a decade as an investment analyst for institutional firms and banks. He now helps people understand their financial lives through debt payoff strategies, investing and ways to save more money. He has appeared on Bloomberg and on sites like CNBC and Morningstar. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation and is a veteran of the Marine Corps.


Let's Talk Money! with Joseph Hogue, CFA says:

Question❓ Do you prefer audiobooks, print or ebooks? Why?

zombie needssleep says:

Well keep books because I have dislexea

gamer mcpe says:

Audio books

Siddhant Jaiswal says:

Audio books

Arthémy says:

Who's in the comments to see if it works?

Rich Speirs says:

Audiobooks, time issue

doreiku says:

I prefer physical books by far. The smell of the old book, damn, I love it. But sometimes, i feel really tired but want to get some knowledge or feel less lonely. That's where audio books kick in.

Param Kanada says:

Physical book as the touch feels wonderful

Dummy Dummy says:

I love physical books

steve omalley says:

Wow there's 5 minutes and 31 seconds of my life I'll never get back

AGENT 67 says:

I prefer audible books. Hands free and I can drive, clean, walk, cook, you name it, and hear my favorite book all at the same time.
Thanks for helping us get free books.

Destiny Candycane says:

Audio books. I prefer this because I like background noise and never have time to read, plus it can play on my Alexa which only makes it better.

Stalwart Shinobi says:

I cant even focus on audiobooks, its too forgetfull. I like the idea but can only remember a book and its details if i properly read it

Lorraine Hopkins says:

This is an Audible commercial

Bowen Nace says:

I've never seen a bigger con man.

Kimberly Odom says:

I have always loved to physically hold a book. I am new to Audible and I like to listen to books while driving or cooking.

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