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Just a little reminder to go grab your free Kindle single from the IHG app! I wrote about how to do this in February this year. And thought it might be a nice happy during the busy holiday travel season.
I already got mine!
As a reminder, you can get:
- 2 free books per year if you make an IHG account (1 every 6 months)
- 4 free books per year if you’re Gold elite (1 per quarter)
- 8 free books per year if you’re Platinum elite (2 per quarter)
- 12 free books per year if you’re Spite Elite (3 per quarter)
If you have the Chase IHG card, you get 2 free Kindle singles each quarter. They only cost a few bucks at most, but hey, free is free!
Most everyone will find something of interest. If you hate it, nothing lost. And you might discover a new author.
If you don’t have a Kindle, you can use the Kindle app to read on your phone or computer. Or if you want a Kindle, keep an eye out for a good deal tomorrow during Amazon’s Black Friday sale!
Free Kindle IHG App
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