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The newest Kindle 2019 model is $20 off, plus there are good deals on the Paperwhite and all Fire tablets.
Mother’s Day 2019 is next Sunday, and if you’ve just started to look for the gift, the easiest way to find a proper one is to visit Amazon’s Mother’s Day Gift Shop.
The list includes hand-picked products from several categories, from jewelry to watches, to home decor, to books.
And, yes, the deals on Kindle e-readers and Fire tablets have just been added!
The price cuts are not as huge as on Black Friday, but it’s worth noting that the deals are more attractive than during year’s Mother’s Day shopping event.
Best Kindle and Fire deals for Mother’s Day 2019
Deals on Kindle e-readers
Just like a year ago, two Kindle models are discounted, except the Oasis.
What’s important, you can already enjoy the deal on the entry-level Kindle 2019 model – the one that has been released less than a month ago.
- Top deal: Get Kindle 2019 for only $69.99 – the newest basic Kindle sports adjustable front light, and has a better screen. Its regular price is set at
$89.99, but for Mother’s Day 2019, you can get $20 off, and pay only $69.99.
- Save $40 on Kindle Paperwhite – Amazon’s most popular e-reader model is waterproof, has an edge-to-edge front glass, and supports Audible audiobooks. The price cut of $40 draws the cost from
$129.99to only $89.99.
There is also a limited-time deal on Kindle Paperwhite Essentials Bundle, which includes the e-reader, Amazon leather cover, and original power adapter. The bundle costs now $130 instead of
$190, and you save as much as $60.
If you are thinking about getting a case for the model you choose, make sure to check out our recommendations:
- Designer cases and sleeves for Kindle Paperwhite 2018
- Refreshingly different covers for basic Kindle 2019 model
Deals on Amazon Fire tablets
All three models are on sale right now, and the low prices will be probably kept through Mother’s Day 2019.
There are also deals on Fire bundles, so make sure to check out what’s currently available in Amazon Device Deals section.
- Save 20% on Amazon Fire 7 – the 7-inch entry-level Fire tablet is thinner and lighter than its predecessor. You can get it for $39.99 instead of the regular price of $49.99.
- Get Amazon Fire HD 8 for $59.99 – the mid-range Fire sports 8-inch HD display, and supports hands-free Alexa. The regular price of HD 8 is $79.99, but you can get it for$59.99, so your saving is 25%.
- $40 off Amazon Fire HD 10 – Fire HD 10 combines widescreen 1080p Full HD display with hands-free Alexa voice assistant. Currently, you can enjoy the price reduced to$119.99, from $149.99.
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Best Kindle cases and accessories in 2020
Based on recommendations from top tech sites and customer reviews.
Personalized Kindle cases – 80 variants to choose from
You won’t find these beautiful cases on Amazon. Created by Papertify, they are available in 80 designer variants for every mood and taste! Some cases can be personalized by adding custom text. Available for Kindle, Kindle Paperwhite, and Kindle Oasis.
Average rating: 4.7/5
Senso waterproof Bluetooth earphones
Comfortable and secure, these earphones feature IPX-7 waterproof rating. Improved battery lets you listen to audiobooks for up to 8 hours. Compatible with the latest basic Kindle, Paperwhite 4, and Oasis 3.
Average rating: 4.2/5
Foldable solar 25,000 mAh dual-USB power bank
Make your Kindle 100% eco-friendly with this power bank which can absorb a few times more solar energy than ordinary solar charger. This power bank from AddTop is perfect for outdoor activities – it’s waterproof and comes with a handy camping LED light.
Average rating: 4.4/5
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