The Amazon Kindle is on sale for $49.99 for Prime Day. This price matches the lowest price that the Kindle has ever been. If you have kids, the Kindle for Kids Bundle is on sale for $69.99 as well. That price also matches the lowest it has ever been in the past. The Kids bundle removes sponsored screensavers, includes a case, and includes a 2-year worry-free replacement guarantee. If you’re looking to step up to a more premium device, the Kindle Paperwhite is also on sale for $79.99, which is a new all-time low price. Most of Amazon’s devices are already on sale early for Prime Day.
An Amazon representative has informed me that the Kindle Paperwhite will be on sale for $79.99 during Prime Day next week. That price will be the new lowest price that Amazon has ever sold their mid-tier e-reader. For comparison, the Paperwhite was $89.99 during both Prime Day and Black Friday last year, which is currently the lowest it has ever been. Whether or not the other Kindle models will be on sale is unknown, but it’s probably safe to assume the base Kindle and the Kindle Voyage will both be discounted. I expect the Kindle will be at most $49.99 and the Voyage will be at most $149.99, because those are prices we’ve already seen during past sales. I wouldn’t be surprised if the Voyage reaches a new all-time low of $139.99 or $129.99, but I don’t think the Kindle will be any lower than $49.99. A sale price for the Kindle Oasis is more difficult to predict because it has literally never been on sale. As Amazon’s newest and most high-end Kindle model, I wouldn’t be surprised if the Oasis doesn’t receive a discount at all during Prime Day. These sale prices are expected to be available starting July 16th at noon PT.
Today is the day of the big game. Amazon will be running multiple ads during the Super Bowl so they’re running a Game Day Deals promotion where most of their devices are on sale. Here are all of the devices on sale. The best deals involve bundling products, such as the Fire TV Stick + Echo Dot for $69.98 or the Echo + Echo Dot for $104.98. Read more ›
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Amazon has just put a few of their Kindle e-readers on sale. The regular Kindle is on sale for $59.99. That’s $10 more than the Black Friday price, which was the lowest price it has ever been. The Kindle for Kids Bundle is also on sale for $79.99. That includes the same regular Kindle but removes the sponsored screensaver, includes a cover, and a 2-year replacement guarantee. lastly, the Kindle Paperwhite is on sale for $99.99. Again, that price is just $10 more than the lowest price it has ever been, which was during this past Black Friday.
Amazon has gone live with several of their Black Friday Deals earlier than usual. Among the deals are some of the Kindle models. The regular base Kindle is $49.99, which is $30 off of the regular price. The Kindle Kids Bundle is also on sale for $69.99. If you prefer to step it up to a nicer screen, then the Kindle Paperwhite is $89.99, which is also $30 off of the regular price. All three of these prices match the all time lowest that these Kindles have ever been. The higher end Kindle Voyage and Kindle Oasis models are not on sale, however, the Certified Refurbished Kinlde Voyage is $119.99, which is a new all-time low price.
Amazon has just announced an all-new Kind Oasis that will replace the current model as their flagship e-reader. The new top-tier model improves on the previous generation Oasis in numerous ways, like being Amazon’s first waterproof Kindle, and manages to do so at a lower price. Read more ›
Amazon has put all of their Kindle models on sale exclusively for Prime members. The regular Kindle is $49.99 which matches the lowest price it has ever been. The Kindle Paperwhite is $89.99 which matches the price it was during this past Prime Day. The Kindle Voyage is $169.99 which is $20 higher than the lowest price it has been. Lastly, the very premium Kindle Oasis is $309.99. That is for the highest end model with free celullar connectivity so you can download new books anywhere. This $50 discount matches the lowest price the Oasis has ever been.
Amazon has put all of their Kindle E-readers on sale for Prime Day. The regular Kindle is $49.99, which is $30 off the regular price. This matches the lowest price it has ever been. The Kindle Paperwhite is $89.99 and the Kindle Voyage is $149.99, which both match last year’s Prime Day prices. The Kindle Oasis 3G is $309.99, which is actually the best deal of the bunch because this absolute top of the line premium Kindle has literally never been on sale before. Lastly, the Kindle for Kids Bundle is $69.99, which matches the lowest price it has been in the past. Check out the other Prime Day deals that are now live and check back here often because I’ll be posting all the best deals all night tonight and all day tomorrow.
In addition to putting most of their Alexa devices on sale for Father’s Day, Amazon has also put most of their Kindle models on sale. The regular Kindle is down from $79.99 to $59.99, which is a “Good” price on my Amazon Device Buyer’s Guide scale of “Okay/Good/Great” because you can probably expect it to be $10 less during big sales like Prime Day and Black Friday. The Kids Edition version of the regular Kindle has also dropped by $20 to $79.99. The kids versions comes without sponsored ads and includes a free cover plus a 2-year worry-free guarantee. The Kindle Paperwhite is down from $119.99 to $99.99, which I also consider a “Good” price, based on past sales. Lastly, the Kindle Voyage is on sale for $179.99, which is just an “Okay” price in my book, since this is the oldest Kindle model Amazon sells and it has been available for much less in the past.
The above image of a supposed next generation Kindle has just surfaced on a MobileReader forum. The leaker claims to have received the image from a retailer in China and that it is of a future waterproof version of Amazon’s eReader. The edge-to-edge glass front of the device does seem to suggest this could be the first waterproof model. Lord knows Amazon loves showing off their Kindles at the beach and next to a pool in marketing photos, so a waterproof model makes a lot of sense. Read more ›
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