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While most today’s deals are Prime exclusive, you can grab a Kindle bestseller for even 80% less – even if you are not a Prime subscriber.
Prime Day 2020 is in full swing, but Amazon is still revealing new deals, although only 17 hours are left.
Earlier, we mentioned a few interesting Prime Day deals for regular customers, and now it’s time for Kindle ebooks.
Today only, top Kindle reads are up to 80% off. The books usually cost between $1.99 and $2.99, and only a few $3.99. Having in mind that as many as 160 books are featured, this deal is comparable to what you can save on Cyber Monday.
Unlike deals on Kindle e-readers, which are available only to Prime members, today’s Kindle Daily Deal can be grabbed by any Amazon customer.
53 of today’s ebook deals are included in Kindle Unlimited. If you find some of these titles attractive, you will face a decision: to buy them separately today, one by one, at a reduced price or join Kindle Unlimited and get unlimited access during your subscription.
It’s worth mentioning that not one but four Kindle Unlimited deals are available during Prime Day 2020. The best thing is that some of them are available for customers who are not Prime subscribers. As a result, you can grab Kindle Unlimited subscription without signing up to Prime.
The list of Prime Day Kindle bestseller deals includes, among others: Gregg Olsen’s If You Tell, Limitless by Jim Kwik, J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings (in one volume), and the 3rd book in the Witcher Saga by Andrzej Sapkowski – Blood of Elves.
Please keep in mind that as a Prime member, you have full and unlimited access to Prime Reading catalog which includes up to 3,000 Kindle books, comic books, and audiobook companions.
By the way, did you know that on Amazon there are hundreds of deals regular customers can get without the need to sign up to Prime? They are hidden, but with this simple trick, you will find them pretty easily.
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