Millions of Amazon Prime users missing out on free perk they can have monthly

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Millions of people are subscribed to Amazon Prime - but many users are not claiming an absolutely free offer every month. It's a goldmine for book lovers, as some lesser-known perks are focused on them.

Prime members are being urged to be on the lookout for these monthly freebies. Two such such benefits are Amazon Prime Reading and Amazon First Reads.

By being a member, you can access free Kindle books from both - completely free each month.

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Amazon Prime Reading is a service that provides Prime members with free access to a range of e-books, magazines, and selected audiobooks. The selection includes literary classics, children's books, Kindle singles, and Amazon-exclusive e-books.

Prime Reading does feature some recent and popular fiction and non-fiction titles, those seeking the latest releases may find a Kindle Unlimited subscription more suitable.

In addition, Prime Reading offers over 500 comic books and popular magazines. Prime Reading is an Amazon Prime benefit available to all members.

But Amazon Prime Reading isn't the only book-related perk offered by the membership. First Reads is another Prime perk, offering one free Kindle book each month.

There's no real sign-up required; you just need to have an Amazon Prime account to access the reads on the website.