Audible Plus Catalog 2021: Full List & Free Access

Audible Plus Catalog List

In August 2020, Audible came up with a brand-new membership plan – Audible Plus. Many audiobook fans got excited about the new plan as it gives unlimited access to thousands of audiobooks at half the price of the regular monthly plan.

However, this new Audible plan comes with a major drawback. Though it gives you unlimited access to Audible Plus Catalog, the list of eligible books in the catalog is limited to only about 11,000.

IMPORTANT UPDATE (November 2021)

Currently, Amazon is offering Audible Premium Plus membership at only $5.95/month for the first 3 months for new customers. (Originally priced at $14.95/month). 

Here’s the link to the offer page.

It is a limited-time offer valid till 31st December 2021!

Audible Premium catalog, on the other hand, has over 500,000 titles. (Check out the article Audible Plus vs Premium Plus for a detailed comparison between the two)

That makes us think whether Audible Plus Plan at $7.95/month is even worth it.

Thankfully, Audible gives you a 30-day free trial to start with. You can use this trial to explore the titles and other benefits of the Audible Plus plan and decide for yourself whether you would like it or not.

But the problem is that the Audible Plus Catalog list is not easily browsable. Even after being a member, one might find it difficult to view the entire list.

In this article, you will know the trick to access the entire list of books on Audible Plus Catalog even without being a member. Besides, you will also be able to sort the list by genre, average rating, language, author, etc.

So, let us dive in…

What is Audible Plus Catalog?​

Audible Plus Catalog is a collection of thousands of Audiobooks that an Audible member gets access to without any limitation! This Catalog is available to both Audible Plus and Premium Plus members.

Currently, the Plus Catalog has over 11,000 titles that a member can stream or download to listen to offline. It contains podcasts, Audible Originals, and selected audiobooks.

How to access Audible Plus Catalog List?​

To access the Audible Plus Catalog list, simply visit this page on Amazon.com.

If you are using a desktop or a laptop, you will land on a page which might look like this:

Audible Plus Catalog Desktop Screenshot
Credit: Amazon.com

If you scroll down, you can see that the ‘Plus Catalog’ filter is checked on the left side of the result page. You can now apply more Filters from the available options to make your result more specific.

For instance, you can choose Department as Mystery, Language as English, Average Customer Review: 4 Stars & Up, etc. and see the customized result.

Similarly, mobile users can also set their filters from the options available above the search results as shown below:

Audible Plus Catalog Mobile Screenshot
Credit: Amazon.com

(Please note that books shown in the search result screenshots above may change with time)

If you go through the search result, you will notice that most of the books in the Audible Plus Catalog list are actually Audible Originals and there are a limited number of other good quality audiobooks. And as said earlier, this is one of the major drawbacks of the Audible Plus plan.

But still, you might find a number of good audiobooks on the list.

I hope this article was helpful. If you have any doubts or questions regarding Audible Plus Catalog, please share it in the comment section below. I would be glad to answer them as best as I can.

3 thoughts on “Audible Plus Catalog 2021: Full List & Free Access”

  1. When Plus first came out, I was unimpressed. So I ignored it. Then a few months ago, a book I was going to buy was on Plus! I took another look at it. Now, I’ve found many I like. Many of Thomas Sowell’s books are on there. I’d recommend Black Rednecks for a mind-blowing read. Paul Johnson’s History of the Jews is great too. I’ve found some excellent kid’s books. We discovered Chris Graberstein (Sp?) on plus.

    What helped for me was using the Advanced Search within Audible. Amazon’s search is lacking too. But in Advanced Search you can just look in Plus and History for example.

    In between first looking at Plus and liking Plus, I tried Scribd. Maybe that works for people that only listen to one or two books a month. I was redoing the Dune series but in chronological order and audiobook. Library had many. I saw that scribd had the books the library was missing. Trouble was that once I listened to one of them, the only books remaining were Romance and librovox stuff. After listening to a Romance, I was down to librovox. So, I was basically paying $9 to borrow a Dune book.

  2. I agree that the Plus catalog is crap. I have only got one book off it in a year+ of membership. Everything else I have paid for or used a credit for.

  3. Scribd has a much wider selection of unlimited audiobooks. A year costs me 84 dollars. Jeff Bezos is a miser. I gave Audible a ton of money. The Plus catalog is crap. I re signed up for Audible for a premium book and dropped out due to being annoyed with the limited selection on Plus. Maybe they should call it minus? It is lots of short form proprietary crap, old public domain books and a few of interest. Thanks for the directions.

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