This Kindle and Fire sale for Prime members is almost as good as on Black Friday
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In this limited time deal, eight Kindle and Fire devices and bundles are featured / Images: Amazon
Price cuts are reaching 40%. You can get Amazon Fire 7 for $39 or the 8th-generation Kindle for $49.
Such a deal in the middle of September is unexpected. We haven’t seen a sale that big running right after back to school shopping season.
The sale is available only for Prime members, and you can reach it via Amazon Gold Box, when you limit your search to Amazon Devices.
Eight devices and bundles are offered, including Fire 7, Kindle Paperwhite, and Fire HD 10 with Show Mode Charging Dock.
A sale price for the 8th-generation Kindle is down to $49.99, from
$79.99. You save $30. The price cut is the same as on Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2017.
If you are not a member of Amazon Prime program, you can sign up today, and the moment later you’ll become eligible to take part in the promotion.
Kindle and Fire sale for Prime members – a complete list
As a reference, we will show the prices and availability during Black Friday & Cyber Monday 2017):
- get Kindle 8 for $49.99 and save $30 – the regular price of the entry-level Kindle model is
$79.99. It’s the same price cut as on Black Friday 2017,
- save $30 on Kindle Paperwhite – the 3rd-generation Kindle Paperwhite is available for Prime members for a price reduced to $89.99 (
$119.99) for the WiFi-only variant with special offers. Reference: the Black Friday 2017 price was the same,
- get Amazon Fire 7 for $34.99 – the 7-inch Fire is Amazon’s most affordable tablet offered normally for
$49.99. Now, Prime members can get it with a $15 discount, for $34.99, and the saving is 30%. The deal is not as hot as on Cyber Monday 2017, when the price of the 7-inch Fire was down to $29.99,
- save $40 on Fire HD 10 – Fire HD 10 combines widescreen 1080p Full HD display with hands-free Alexa voice assistant. Prime members can get it now with a $40 discount, for $109.99, instead of
$149.99. The price cut is $10 less attractive compared to Black Friday 2017.
The sale also features three Kindle bundles, with price cuts reaching $60. Kindle Paperwhite Essentials Bundle is available in five colors, and includes the e-reader, Amazon’s original leather cover, and power adapter. Prime members can get it for $119.97 instead of
$179.97. Please note that this bundle will be back on stock in early October.
The last item in this Prime-exclusive sale is Amazon Fire HD 10 bundled with Show Mode Charging Dock. You can get it for $189.99.
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