Kindle Voyage on Sale for $119 Certified Refurbished, Plus Others

Kindle Voyage Sale

Amazon has a number of certified refurbished devices on sale today. Amazon’s refurbished products are often customer returns and still look like new, and they come with the same warranty as new devices.

One of the best Kindle deals in a long time takes the price of the Kindle Voyage down to $119.

Normally it sells for $199 new and $152 refurbished, so being able to get it for $119 is a pretty big deal.

Better act fast though because I don’t expect them to last long.

They also have the Paperwhite 3 refurbished for $79.

Amazon has the Echo on sale and some Fire TV models as well.

Here’s the list of refurbished sales:

Kindle Voyage – $119

Kindle Paperwhite 3 – $79

Fire TV with Alexa Voice Remote – $64

Fire TV Stick (1st gen) – $24

Fire TV(1st gen) – $49

Amazon Echo – $119

One Response to “Kindle Voyage on Sale for $119 Certified Refurbished, Plus Others”

  1. My first Kindle Fire was a 2nd generation 7″ HD 8GB, bought for $39 at a Radio Shack that was closing. It was excellent, but it’s battery died in less than 2 months. Amazon sent me as a replacement what they said was a refurbished Kindle Fire HDX 7″ 16GB, but it arrived in an unopened brand new box (the one with Iron Man on the cover). I was very pleased with that model but my son liked it even more, so I ordered a refurbished Kindle Fire HDX 7″ 64GB from Amazon Warehouse Deals for $146. It arrived in a beige box with a 5W charger and cable and everything looked and felt brand new, fresh from the factory and has been working perfectly. Guess what? My other son wanted a tablet so I ordered a Kindle Fire 8.9 HDX 64GB from Amazon Warehouse Deals for $211, it also arrived in a beige box but with a 9W charger and cable and in pristine condition. I also ordered origami cases for each tablet and a Fire keyboard from Amazon Warehouse Deals and they all look factory fresh. Oddly, the 7″ 64GB has never displayed the “special offers” screen saver as the others do, but all of them have wonderful HDX screens with better resolution than Ipads. To sum it all up I have 3 Kindle Fire models with better specs than the current models and my cost was less than $400, which is what an IPad on sale usually costs, so Warehouse Deals have lived up to their name. I see that my models are not listed on the refurbished list above but they turn up from time to time, so be on the lookout but try to get HDX screens and larger memory, they are worth it.