How Much Do Kindle EBooks Cost?

Amazon charges $0.15 per megabyte (MB)—the file size of your Kindle eBook—for each book sold priced between $2.99 and $9.99.

There is a minimum charge of $0.01 and delivery fees vary by country.

There is no delivery fee for books priced below $2.99 or above $9.99.

How much does books cost on Kindle?

Let’s break down the math to see whether you plow through enough books regularly to justify the cost. At $9.99 per month, Kindle Unlimited costs about $120 per year. E-books on Amazon can vary wildly in price, from $0.99 to hundreds of dollars.

Are books on Kindle free?

You can also make books free for a limited time on Amazon. It’s important to note that it isn’t typically Amazon that makes a book free for the Kindle…it’s the rightsholder (except in the case of public domain books). This is the most common reason e-books are free.

Are books cheaper on Kindle?

Offsetting the higher price for e-books, the price of e-readers has dropped substantially and you can now buy a Kindle for $79.99 if you don’t mind advertising. For e-books, the average price was $12.17, compared to $17.80 for the average selling price of a paper version.

What is the average cost of an ebook?

In fact, the most commonly purchased ebooks range from $2.99 to $3.99, with $3.99 being most popular. At the same time, though, it’s important to realize that pricing your ebook higher means you could make more money selling fewer books.

Does Kindle have a monthly fee?

Amazon has unveiled a new subscription service dubbed Kindle Unlimited that offers all-you-can-eat e-books and audiobooks for $9.99 per month. Unlimited subscribers can read or listen to their books on any Kindle device or any device with Amazon’s Kindle app installed.

Can you get books for free on Kindle?

You can also browse Amazon’s limited-time free Kindle books to find out what books are free right now. If you’re an Amazon Prime member, you can get a free Kindle eBook every month through the Amazon First Reads program.