Free Access to Amazon's FreeTime Unlimited for Kids

Score 30 Days for FREE for a limited time

FREE Subscription to Amazon's New FreeTime Unlimited for Kids
Amazon has a NEW really cool membership program for Kids called FreeTime Unlimited.
You can Score 30 Days for FREE! You'll get Unlimited access to 13,000 kid-friendly books, movies, TV shows, educational apps, and games. Prime AND Non-Prime members can sign up for this freebie


**PLUS New Customers can buy a 3 month plan for ONLY $2.99 (Reg $30!) for Prime Day! This is a GREAT way to go if you don't want to try FreeTime for longer than 30 days.

There's Something for Kids of ALL ages
Kids ages 3-12 can Play, Read and Watch from top brands like Disney, Nickelodeon, PBS, Amazon Originals for Kids, and more with NO Ads and NO in-app purchases!

Available across many devices
Amazon FreeTime Unlimited is available on Fire Tablets (books, videos, apps), Fire TV (videos), Kindle eReaders (books), and Android phones and tablets (books, videos).

Use on the Go
What's awesome is that your child can enjoy FreeTime Unlimited while on the go when you have NO internet access. Download your child’s favorite videos, apps and books for access even when you don’t have wifi. When an Internet connection is unavailable, your child will automatically see available content that has been downloaded to their FreeTime profile.

Parents have FULL control
Parents can set safe filters, time limits, educational goals and more! It's super easy to keep track of what your child is up to.

Super Cheap if you decide to continue + No in-app purchases and ads
After your trial ends if you wish to continue with FreeTime prices are super low at just $2.99 per month for Prime Members ($4.99 for non-prime) And because there are no ads and no in-app purchases, there are no surprises and no extra charges.

Sign up NOW while the free trial is available.



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- Melissa