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Here are Valentine’s Day last-minute Kindle deals

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Valentine's Day 2020 Kindle sale

Price cuts on Kindle e-readers reach 30%, you can save on Kindle Unlimited, plus there are hundreds of ebook deals in most popular categories.

If you are looking for gift ideas for your significant other, Amazon is always the default destination to check out.

Just like in previous years, there are hundreds of Valentine’s Day gifts to get, so it’s just a matter of what you really want to give. There are so many categories to explore that it’s easy to get lost.

For anyone who is interested in books, we’ve rounded up the best deals for Kindle lovers. Here they are.

Deals on Kindle e-readers

The basic Kindle, Kindle Paperwhite, and multiple special Kindle editions are on sale. The price cuts are not as huge as on Black Friday, don’t believe some news sites who claim that. Nevertheless, you can save up to 28% depending on which model you choose.

The entry-level Kindle costs $64.99 instead of $89.99, so you keep in your pocket $25. For the Paperwhite you normally you have to pay $129.99, but the Valentine’s Day 2020 price is set at $94.99. The saving of $35 will let you add an original Kindle case to basket.

There are also deals on special Kindle editions and bundles. One of them is $40 off Kindle Essentials Bundle. The set includes the latest basic model, in either White or Black, the original fabric water-safe cover, and the original Amazon power adapter.

You can also buy the all-new Kindle Kids Edition if you want to make your children happy this Valentine’s Day. The bundle includes the basic Kindle, one of kid-friendly covers, 2-year worry-free guarantee, and – best of all – 1 year of FreeTime Unlimited. The regular price of the set is $109.99. It’s currently reduced to $84.99, so you save $25.

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Deals on Kindle Unlimited

It may be too late to get the Kindle delivered for Friday, so if you are looking for the best last-minute Valentine’s Day gifts, the digital books should be always on top of your list.

Let’s start with Kindle Unlimited gift subscription. The current deal is not as attractive as it was at the end of last year, but if you are looking to prolong the Kindle Unlimited subscription for an attractive price even a 10% or 20% price cut is a deal.

Let’s have a look at Kindle Unlimited gift plans that are available before Valentine’s Day 2020:

  • 6-month subscription – $56.94 instead of $59.94 (5% off).
  • 12-month subscription – $107.89 instead of $119.88 (10% off).
  • 24-month subscription – $191.81 instead of $239.76 (20% off).

Among the best books added recently to Kindle Unlimited, you will find Gregg Olson’s If You Tell, the new book from the international bestselling author Jeffery Deaver (The Debriefing), and a contemporary romance by Colleen Hoover, Regretting You.

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Deals on Kindle books

Last but not least, you can always get a Kindle books for a highly reduced price. There are two major deals to explore before Valentine’s Day 2020.

First one is a sale of Kindle romance books. As many as 160 titles are offered for prices reduced by up to 80%. On the list, you can find books by Sherryl Woods (The Heart of Hill Country for $2.99), Carolyn Brown (Hidden Secrets for $1.99), or Catherine Bybee (Doing It Over for $1.99). This deal ends on February 16, 2020.

The other section to explore is the February 2020 list of Kindle Monthly deals. You can browse through popular categories, including thrillers, literary fiction, biographies, fantasy, and young adult fiction. The books are usually priced between $0.99 and $3.99, and there are over 1,000 of them! This deal ends on February 29, 2020.

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