Save 95% Off the Lonely Planet Travel Hacker eBook Bundle (24 Books!)

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Lonely Planet guidebooks are considered by many to be the holy grail of travel resources.  If you’re a fan, I’ve got a great deal to tell you about!

Through September 13, 2018, you can get 24 eBooks for just $19.99.  That’s a savings of over $400!

And if you’re an Amazon Prime member, you’ll have access to loads of Lonely Planet books (including some of the books in this package) for free through Amazon’s Prime Reading program.

There Sure Looks to Be a Lot of Useful Information In This eBook Pack!

To take advantage of this deal, go to the MashableShop to purchase the discounted Lonely Planet Travel Hacker eBook Bundle.  The eBooks on this list normally cost ~$7 to $25 each.  So if there are a couple of books you’re interested in reading, you could save some cash if you get the bundle.

I’m not familiar with any of these titles, but many sound intriguing!  I’d love to take a look at Where to Go When and The Worlds Best Street Food.  Those both sound like great resources.

If you’re an Amazon Prime member, you can get some of the titles included in this package for free.  Amazon has a digital library service, called Prime Reading, that is free for Prime members.  This is different from the Kindle Unlimited plan, which is a subscription service.

With Prime Reading you can borrow up to 10 eBooks at a time.  And some of the books included in this bundle are available through Prime Reading, including the Japan Travel Guide, Iceland Travel Guide, Where to Go When, Travel With Dogs, and possibly others.  So check out Amazon first before you spent money on an eBook you could borrow for free with an Amazon Prime subscription.

Are you a fan of Lonely Planet guide books?  I’d love to hear your experience with them in the comments!

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Marc
2 years ago

Once upon a time Lonely Planet guides were useful but they became so popular that their ‘off the beaten path’ places became the beaten path. I still see a large number of travelers using them but only when I’m on the beaten path. I have even used their guides to best determine where not go – if it is in the book I simply avoided it unless it was one of those bucket list places. They also tend to describe places as if the writer has never traveled – thus a great beach is often terrible, a street food market is nothing special, etc.

Jason
Reply to  Marc
2 years ago

That’s an interesting use of Lonely Planet guides. And yes, hidden gems don’t stay hidden for long anymore.

Mary
2 years ago

Lonely Planet has the BEST travel guides! I always find something off the beaten path that is AMAZING!!

Jason
Reply to  Mary
2 years ago

I stayed in a fun little “haunted” hotel in Portland once thanks to Lonely Planet. Definitely wouldn’t have found it without the guide!

Lenny
2 years ago

On quick count there are 85 Planet Travel ebooks available on Amazon Prime for free reading. Great tip…Thanks!

Jason
Reply to  Lenny
2 years ago

You’re welcome! It’s great because you won’t have to shell out all that cash for a guide book you might only use for one trip!

Jeff
2 years ago

Great tip on these books! And Meghan was even more correct than she made it sound re: being able to find these books on Amazon. I just found most of them (and almost all of the ones I was really interested in) available as Kindle Unlimited Books (which is indeed different than Amazon Prime Reading, but hey, since I have Kindle Unlimited, this works great for me. 🙂 )

Keith
Reply to  Jeff
2 years ago

Awesome! Thank you for commenting.