Can I keep my Audible books after cancelling?

With Audible, you can cancel your membership at any time and still keep your books. Here’s everything you need to know about how it works.

Audible is a great way to listen to books on the go. Whether you’re commuting to work, taking a road trip, or just going for a run, Audible makes it easy to enjoy audiobooks no matter where you are. And if you ever need to cancel your membership for any reason, you can do so without losing access to your book collection. Here’s everything you need to know about how it works.

When you cancel your Audible membership, you’ll still have access to all of the audiobooks that you’ve downloaded during your membership. You’ll be able to play them using the Audible app or any other compatible audio player. However, there are a few things to keep in mind.

  • First, if you cancel your membership, you will no longer have access to any of the exclusive membership benefits, such as the monthly credits that can be used to purchase new audiobooks.
  • Secondly, if you cancel your membership, you will not be able to download any new audiobooks until you reactivate your account.

How to keep your Audible books after cancelling

First, log in to your Amazon account and go to your “Manage Your Content and Devices” page. Next, select the “Your Devices” tab and find the device on which you want to keep your Audible books. Click on the device name and then click on the “Content” tab. Finally, select the book or books that you want to keep and click on the “Actions” menu. Select “Keep forever” from the drop-down menu and confirm your selection.

What Happens to Your Audible Books When You Cancel Your Membership?

If you cancel your Audible membership, you will no longer have access to the Audible benefits, such as credits and discounts on audiobooks. However, you will still be able to listen to the audiobooks that you have purchased with those credits. You will also still have access to any free audiobooks that you have downloaded with your membership.

Additionally, if you cancel your membership within the first 30 days, you will be able to receive a refund for any audiobooks that you have not yet listened to. After the 30-day period, though, all sales are final and no refunds will be given.

So, if you’re thinking about cancelling your Audible membership, don’t worry – you’ll still be able to enjoy all of the audiobooks that you’ve already paid for. Just keep in mind that you won’t have access to any of the Audible benefits once your membership is cancelled.

If you’re thinking about canceling your Audible membership, don’t worry—you can still keep all of the audiobooks that you’ve downloaded. However, there are a few things to keep in mind, such as the loss of exclusive membership benefits and the inability to download new audiobooks until you reactivate your account.

But if you’re not interested in listening to any new books or taking advantage of the membership benefits, then cancelling your account won’t impact your ability to enjoy your existing book collection.