If you were looking to get some massive last minute savings on various Kindle e-readers as a gift for Christmas or a new device for yourself, Amazon has just put the Black Friday deals live for Canadian, UK and US customers.
In the United States, the 4th generation Kindle Paperwhite starts at $84.99 for the 8GB model and the entry-level Kindle Basic is marked down to $59, matching their lowest prices from Prime Day earlier this year. The previous generation Oasis 2 is heavily discounted, starting at at $149 for the 8GB model. The only thing this Oasis model lacks is the amber LED lights that the Oasis 3 employs.
If you are looking for accessories, Amazon has discounted various covers. The black fabric cover for the entry-level Kindle is $20, which is $9 off the regular price. The Paperwhite line of e-readers has the most varied number of covers. The premium leather cover is $41, which is expensive, but it is discounted by $18, it is also waterproof. The generic black cover is $27, saving you $12 from the regular price. Finally, if leather is not your thing, the Kindle Paperwhite 4 waterproof fabric cover is $20, saving you $9 from the regular price,
Meanwhile, in Canada the Kindle Paperwhite 4 is retailing for $109, which is $30 off. The entry-level Kindle Basic is on sale for $79, a discount of $40 and the previous generation Kindle Oasis 2 is available for $259, which is proving an overall savings of $75.
The United Kingdom has some crazy deals for Kindles. The Kindle Basic is £54.99, a savings of £15.00. The 4th generation Kindle Paperwhite is £84.99 for the 8GB model, a savings of £35.00. The current generation Kindle Oasis 3 with warm light is £179.99, a savings of £50.00.
If you purchase any of these devices, Amazon is also throwing in $5 in free ebook credit when activating a new Kindle.
Michael Kozlowski is the Editor in Chief of Good e-Reader. He has been writing about audiobooks and e-readers for the past ten years. His articles have been picked up by major and local news sources and websites such as the CBC, CNET, Engadget, Huffington Post and the New York Times.