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Amazon Kindle Oasis Now $175 (for Prime Subscribers)

Today is Prime Day, which is basically a version of Black Friday where Amazon offers deals exclusively to Amazon Prime subscribers. While some of Amazon’s "sales" are fairly run of the mill, today’s deals are pretty awesome.

Amazon has put both its Kindle ereaders and Fire tablets on sale. The sales last until midnight on Wednesday, or until the item sells out. For example, the half-off Kindle Unlimited offer will be available until midnight, but the Paperwhite and the basic Kindle will probably sell out.

If I did not already have three of last year’s Fire HD 8 tablets sitting on my shelf, I would get one. (The tablets were intended to be raffle prizes for conferences and other public events.)

Do you see any deals you want to go for?

EDIT: If you do get one of these deals, you might want to also trade in a Kindle  and take advantage of the offer where Amazon will give you 20% off the price of a new Kindle. (I am seriously considering doing this with an old Paperwhite.)

Kindle Deals

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Fire Deals

You can find more Prime Day Deals here.

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Mike Hall October 13, 2020 um 12:26 pm

Are you sure that the e-readers are only on sale whilst stocks last? I was looking at the Paperwhites on the UK site. Some combinations of colour/special offers were out of stock with messages like "In stock on November 7, 2020" but it seems that you can still order them at the deal price, you just have to wait for delivery. I’m tempted by the deal on a 32GB (wi-fi only, non special offers) version, especially as it looks like I could pay half the cost by trading in three old 2GB Paperwhites (still work fine but so little memory).

Nate Hoffelder October 13, 2020 um 12:57 pm

I could be wrong. I had assumed Amazon would want to limit sales.

Thanks for pointing that out!

Paul October 13, 2020 um 2:37 pm

That was a surprisingly good deal on the Oasis. I got $50 for my 2015 paper white, $75 off for prime day, then another $25 appeared somehow, so buying a case for it and the ereader worked out to $135.

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