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Amazon Prime Day 2021 may not arrive until June 21 and June 22, but a bunch of big Prime Day deals are already here. As you might expect, we’re expecting to see plenty of awesome Prime Day Kindle deals, with Amazon certain to offer big discounts on one of its biggest products.
The weekend means deals have begun, so here’s a look at what Prime Day Kindle deals you can land right now.
Honestly? Pretty much every Amazon Kindle is likely to be on sale as part of the Prime Day Kindle deals. Amazon is always keen to discount its own products during the Prime Day sales and it’s incredibly likely that will happen again.
This means discounts on the Kindle Paperwhite, Kindle Oasis, and the regular standard Amazon Kindle too.
Predictably, we saw some amazing Prime Day Kindle sales last year. The entire range was discounted in some way with the likes of the Kindle Oasis reduced by $50-80 and the standard Kindle also enjoying a $30 price cut. There were bundle offers too, with items like the Kindle Essentials Bundle ensuring you could buy a standard Kindle, your choice of three covers, and a power adapter for a substantial discount.
Whatever type of Kindle you were looking for, there were good Prime Day Kindle deals going on so you were sure of a great price.
If you’re looking for the best e-readers, you can’t go wrong with an Amazon Kindle. There’s a reason why they’re so popular with the whole range including the Kindle, Kindle Paperwhite, and Kindle Oasis offering extensive features that are so much more useful than reading a regular book.
Amazon often discounts the Kindle range throughout the year but the deepest discounts usually come during the Prime Day Kindle sales and Black Friday. It’s highly likely that Prime Day is the best time to snag a new Kindle. Sure, you could wait for Black Friday but we can’t see the price cut being any better and if you buy now, you can enjoy your new Kindle all summer long.
Consider snapping up any bundle deals going on but only do so if you actually need the additional accessories included. Sometimes, it might be a false economy and you may be better off going for more conventional Prime Day Kindle deals.
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