Tag Archive: Kindle


Stay on top of your goals with business Kindle books from $1

Today only, Amazon is offering a selection of top business Kindle books at great prices. Titles start at only $ 0.99. If you don’t have a Kindle, fear not; you can read these on your smartphone or computer using any one of Amazon’s free Kindle reading apps.

It never hurts to brush up on your business skills or gain a new perspective on things you think you already know. “Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear” promises to show  [Read More…]

Amazon is offering its Prime members $30 off select Kindle E-readers

Leave your paper book at home and pick up a Kindle today!

Amazon knows how important reading is for the mind and the soul. Right now the company is offering Prime members $ 30 off select Kindle E-readers.

The Kindle is down to $ 49.99 from its regular $ 79.99; the Kindle Paperwhite was originally priced at $ 119.99, and is now on sale for $ 89.99 and the Kindle Oasis WiFi + Free Wireless Connectivity was $ 359.99  [Read More…]

Amazon Prime Students have access to exclusive back-to-school Kindle deals

If you’re in the market for a new Kindle to go back to school with, you won’t want to miss out on this deal from the team at Thrifter!

Amazon has several deals on a few different versions of the Kindle right now, but many of them are exclusive to people using the Prime Student program. Prime Student is the same as regular Amazon Prime but it comes with a six-month trial instead of 30 days, and after  [Read More…]

Amazon Prime members can score big savings on nearly all Kindle E-readers right now

Our friends at Thrifter are back again, this time with a way to save big on a new Kindle!

The summer is coming and there is no better way to read a book on the beach or at the pool than on a Kindle. If you are an Amazon Prime member you can score some pretty sweet savings, dropping the price of the e-readers down to as low as just $ 49.99. The whole line is discounted, from the  [Read More…]

Amazon Echo can now read your Kindle books aloud

As Amazon is wont to do, it has updated the Amazon Echo with another nifty new feature: Alexa can now read Kindle books to you. To get started, you can simply ask Alexa to start reading by saying “Alexa, read my Kindle book” or by asking for a specific title. And if you happen to need a break or miss something, you can ask Alexa to pause or skip back, respectively.

In addition, the Amazon Echo is  [Read More…]

Save $20 on Amazon Kindle over the next three days

Amazon has kicked off a new promotion that sees $ 20 subtracted from the original pricing for the Kindle, Kindle Peperwhite and Kindle for Kids bundle. Prices now start from just $ 59.99 for the base model, while the Kids Kindle bundle can now be purchased for just $ 79.99.

Renders of a 10-inch Amazon Kindle Fire surface

According to a new leak, it appears as though Amazon could be working on a 10-inch version of its Kindle Fire tablet. Unfortunately, there are no details about the specs, release time frame or pricing, just a render of the front and back of the tablet.

Amazon Prime Day sees the prices of Fire TV, Kindle and Fire HD 7 slashed

Amazon Prime Day is well under way and you can grab some sweet deals on Fire TV, Kindle and the Kindle Fire HD 7. The retailer has its Fire TV Stick listed for just £20 in the UK, which is an absolute steal for anyone looking to turn a supported screen into a smart entertainment center. The Fire TV has also had its price reduced, and is now available for £59.

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Using Amazon’s Kindle app to read all the books

Amazon has built an empire, a big part of which is giving you everything you need to never want to leave.

The original Kindle experience was the spark that took ebooks from a cool thing that one friend of yours did to make all of their books digital to a global phenomenon that has threatened the very existence of brick and mortar book stores. Amazon created an experience where all of  [Read More…]

Kindle Unlimited expands to Canada for $9.99

Amazon‘s Kindle Unlimited subscription books service is expanding to Canada for $ 9.99/month. The service, which offers a library of more than 750,000 books from which to read previously launched in the United States and the United Kingdom at comparable pricing.