How to listen to the Harry Potter books for FREE this Christmas

LOVERS of the Harry Potter books can listen to the much-adored novels for just 99p this Christmas thanks to a Black Friday deal from Audible.

The audiobook subscription service, which is owned by Amazon, offers customers a free 30-day trial year-round, but ahead of Black Friday has introduced a new deal that enables customers to get three months of the service for less than £1.

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That gives customers plenty of time to work their way through the series – after all, the novels total more than a million words between them.

Unfortunately, the deal only allows customers to listen to one free title per month, meaning it's not possible to listen to all seven books for free over the course of the trial.

However, it allows plenty of time for children to discover the books for the very first time, or for adults to indulge in some festive nostalgia and rediscover the stories as they drive home for Christmas.

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And as a bonus, all seven books are narrated by much-loved actor, comedian and author Steven Fry.

After the three-month offer ends, Audible costs £7.99 per month. However, even if you choose to end your subscription after the trial has ended, the service allows you to keep the books you have already received, potentially saving you more than £50 – the first three audiobooks cost £17.99 each without an Audible subscription.

Included in the £7.99 monthly cost is a credit that can be used to purchase any title available on Audible. This can be used to purchase the final four Harry Potter books, which retail for £32.99 each without a subscription.

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The subscription also earns access to the Audible Plus catalogue, which includes exclusive readings of classic festive titles by celebrities: there are two separate readings of Charles Dickens' iconic tale A Christmas Carol, one by Paddington 2 star Hugh Grant, and the other by actors including Sir Derek Jacobi and Miriam Margoyles.

There's also plenty of festive cheer for children: Steven Fry has returned to Audible to Narrate Matt Haig's A Boy Called Christmas and Carey Mulligan has narrated The Girl Who Saved Christmas, also written by Haig.

The Harry Potter series was introduced to the Audible platform in November 2015, and by March 2016 the company reported that sales had surpassed one million copies.

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