Pick up a new Fire tablet or Kindle on Prime Day? Then you might be looking for something to read — and Amazon is running one of its weekly Kindle eBook sales with up to 80-percent off on select titles.
Meanwhile Amazon is also selling refurbished current-gen Kindle Paperwhite for $80 today. That’s $50 off the list price, but you still get the full 1-year warranty. And Woot has deals on older models for even lower prices.
Here are some of the day’s best deals.
eBooks and games
- Name your price for a bundle of video game-related eBooks – StoryBundle
- Select Kindle eBooks for up to 80-percent off – Amazon
- Marth Wells Murderbot eBook sale: All Systems Red for $4, Artifical Condition for $3 – Amazon
- Name your price for a bundle of PC games – Humble Very Positive Bundle
- Refurb Amazon Fire HD 8 tablet for $40 and up – Amazon
- New Amazon Fire HD 8 (2017) for $55 and up – Woot
- Apple iPad 9.7″ w/32GB for $249 – Amazon
- Refurb Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (current-gen) for $80 – Amazon
- Refurb Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (1st-gen) for $25 and up – Woot
- Refurb Amazon Kindle Papwerhite (2013) for $35 and up – Woot
- Kobo Aura for $70 – Walmart
- Kobo Clara HD for $100 – Walmart
- Refurb Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K for $25 – Amazon
- Refurb Amazon Fire TV Cube for $60 – Amazon
- Google Chromecast for $25 – ProximityStore (via eBay)
- Roku Express for $24 – Amazon
- Roku Streaming Stick for $34 – Amazon
- Roku Premiere (4K) for $39 – Amazon
- Roku Streaming Stick+ (4K) for $49 – Amazon
- Roku Ultra (4K0 for $69 – Amazon
- Amazon Echo Dot for $25 – Amazon
- Google Home Mini for $25 – Google Store
- Refurb Amazon Echo Plus smart speaker w/hub (1st-gen) for $60 – Amazon
- Google Home for $69 – Google Store
- Amazon Echo for $70 – Amazon
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