Amazon Prime members can save $35 to $50 on Kindle ereaders and Fire tablets right now
- Amazon's latest Kindle comes with a front light for night reading at a cheap price, while the Paperwhite has a sharper display that makes text appear as if it were on printed paper.
- Amazon's Fire tablets are reliable, capable and extremely cheap compared to other tablets in the market, making them brilliant family entertainment devices.
- For a limited time, Amazon has discounted all of its Fire tablets as well as its Kindle and Kindle Paperwhite ereaders.
The Amazon Kindle is undoubtedly the most successful line of ereaders on the market, meanwhile its famous Fire tablets have taken the kids tablet market by storm.
If you are looking to buy a tablet or an ereader, now is the perfect time on Amazon. For an undisclosed period, Amazon is offering steep discounts on these products.
Since most of us will be stuck inside as much as possible for some time, Amazon is looking to get through its stock of Kindles and Fire tablets while it limits third-party sellers to essential products only during the pandemic.
Amazon's latest straight Kindle is available for $30 or 33% off, while the advanced Paperwhite ereader is up to $35 or 33% off. Meanwhile, the Fire tablet products are on sale for up to $50 off during this time.
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