Today Amazon issued a press release with a list of some of the best Prime Day deals to expect over the 30-hour sales period.
Prime Day starts tonight at 9PM ET and continues through tomorrow, July 11th, with Alexa voice deals starting 2 hours early.
The deals are exclusively for Amazon Prime members, but you can get a free 30-day trial for Amazon Prime if you want to get in on the deals.
The Kindle Paperwhite is the only Kindle on the sneak peek list, but more Kindles will likely go on sale at some point. Last year they had several Kindles on sale, including refurbished units.
They still have the Kindle Essentials bundles on sale for Prime members from yesterday’s deals, and they have the Kindle Voyage and Paperwhite on sale for Prime Day in Canada and the UK, so it’ll probably show up for sale on the US site too.
I’ll update this post when more Kindle-related deals get added.
Check the main Prime Day Deals page at Amazon for current sales.
Kindle Paperwhite – $89 ($30 off)
Kindle Voyage – $149 ($50 off)
Kindle Oasis 3G – $309 ($50 off)
Kindle – $49 ($30 off)
Refurbished Kindle – $39 ($20 off)
Kindle Voyage Travel Bundle – $274 ($30 off)
These deals were posted yesterday but they are still active:
Kindle for Kids Bundle – $69
Kindle Paperwhite Travel Bundle – $169
Kindle Essentials Bundle – $84.97
Kindle Paperwhite Essentials Bundle – $129.97
Kindle Voyage Essentials Bundle – $204.97
Prime Day Fire and Echo Deals
Fire HD 8 – $49 ($30 off)
Fire 7 – $29 ($20 off)
Fire HD 8 Essentials Bundle – $72.97 ($35 off)
Fire HD 8 Kids Essentials Bundle – $102.97 ($45 off)
Fire 7 Kids Edition – $69 ($30 off)
Fire 7 Essentials Bundle – $47.97 ($25 off)
Fire HD 8 Kids Edition – $89 ($40 off)
Echo Dot – $34 ($15 off)
Amazon Tap – $79 ($50 off)
Amazon Echo – $89 ($90 off)
More Prime Day Deals
Get $5 off Book Purchases Over $15 – Use code PRIMEBOOKS17
Get 40% back when buying any Kindle eBook
Save 40% on FreeTime Unlimited subscriptions (1 year)
Get up to 40% off Kindle Unlimited
Get 40% off the first 6 months of an Audible subscription
Get 4 month of Music Unlimited for $0.99
Sneak Peak at Deals
Here’s the list of upcoming Prime Day deals that Amazon posted this morning. Check this press release for more deals to expect.
- Save 50% on Amazon Echo, only $89.99
- Save $15 on Echo Dot, only $34.99
- Save $30 on Kindle Paperwhite, only $89.99
- Save $40 on Fire HD 8 Kids Edition, only $89.99
- Fire 7, our best-selling tablet, only $29.99
- Prime members who haven’t yet tried Amazon Music Unlimited can add four months of the full catalog streaming service for just $0.99 when buying Echo devices, Fire TV streaming media players or Fire tablets
- Save $75 on Echo Show and Arlo Security Camera bundle
- Save 30% on Echo Dot and TP-Link Smart Plug bundle
- Save $50 on August Smart Lock
- Echo Dot and Sony XB10 bundle, under $70
- Save big on Sony XB950B1 Extra Bass Wireless Headphones
- Save 45% on Libratone One Click portable Bluetooth speakers
- Save up to 50% on select video games, consoles and accessories
- Save up to 40% on PC gaming laptops, desktops and accessories
- Save 30% on RepRap Guru 3D Printer
- Save 50% on two-pack of Tile Slim Phone Finders
- Save big on Game of Thrones: The Complete Seasons 1-6 + Digital HD [Blu-ray]
- Save 40-50% on Prime Exclusive clothing, handbags and more
- Save 30% on select clothing, shoes and more for men, women, kids and baby
- Save big on diamond stud earrings – 1 carat diamond stud earrings for 499.99 or ½ carat diamond stud earrings for $239.99
- Save up to 70% on select Samsonite two-piece spinner sets
- Save up to 40% on select furniture, mattresses and rugs
- Save 20% on nursery essentials
- Save $100 on the Bissell Multi Reach Cordless Stick Vacuum
- Save up to 40% on Radio Flyer, Crayola, K’NEX and more
- Save up to 30% on select Under Armour training gear
- Save 30% on select adidas apparel
- Save up to 50% on select Callaway Golf products
- Skywalker Trampolines Jump N’ Dunk Trampoline with safety enclosure and basketball hoop, 8-Feet, only $119.99
- Save 30% on the Sportstuff 1030 Adventure Stand Up Paddleboard with accessories
- Save 25% or more on AmazonBasics – from office products to outdoor gear
- Get 20% back on thousands of items with an Amazon Prime credit card including select Disney Pixar Cars toys, select Thule jogging strollers and luggage, and select Yamaha musical instruments
- Save up to 50% on grocery items by Amazon, including Wickedly Prime and Happy Belly products
- Save 40% off your first six months of Audible membership, and enjoy the world’s largest library of audiobooks plus original audio programming (just $8.95/mo for 6 months)
Now I can reorder the a Fire HD 8 Kids Edition, only $89.99 and save $40…
As you know I had to cancel the delivery of my Fire HD 8 Kids Edition because of OnTrac screwed up my delivery.
Hopefully they’ll use a different delivery service the second time around…
Hopefully yes, but I doubt it.
Just bought it 🙂
I already bought a lot of this stuff when it wasn’t on sale. How convenient…
Well here’s the tracking number for OnTrac if anyone is interested
Carrier: ONTRAC, Tracking #: C12340312514238
It is supposed to be delivered on Wednesday
if you order a kindle fire hd 8 through Alexa it is only 49.99.
Indeed. It’s that price now without Alexa too. I’ve updated the page to add all the new deals.
Now Kindle Voyage is under sale.. $149.99
Ordered the fire HD 8 for $49 and as much as I wanted to love it it is the heaviest tablet I have ever owned and I immediately sent it back despite the cost. It is way too ridiculously heavy.
That was my number one complaint as well. It’s weird that it’s an ounce heavier than last year’s model. It’s even heavier than the 13.3-inch Sony DPT-RP1 that I’m currently reviewing, despite the massive size difference.
Not only that but as youmentioned, the audio absolutely sucks, the lighting is very dim and the bezels are huge. I know it’s only $49 and yet I still felt ripped off, I can’t even think of paying regular price.
Rick, if it’s that bad I will keep my Fire 7 and send the Fire HD 8 Kids Edition to my girlfriend’s young son!
I do like the Fire 7 with the Kid-Proof Case I added as a kick around not to worry if it breaks tablet and use it more than any other table I have.
Hey Bob, personally it’s that bad. Nate was precise in his review. My 3 main gripes
1. Very heavy – Some people equate heavy with “quality” but I don’t. Nowadays, thinner and lighter means premium quality and this tablet is just too heavy for comfortable use. I noticed this immediately. In my opinion the heavier the cheaper.
2. Screen quality is sub-par – Forget the low resolution, I expected that. What I didn’t expect was major back-light bleed and a very dim screen even at the brightest setting. To dim for personal taste.
3. Lackluster audio – Even at the highest setting the audio has a slight buzz and simply isn’t loud enough.
Obviously these are all shortcuts in order to keep the price low but i’m at the point where I don’t want clutter. I only want quality even if that means spending a bit more. I don’t want to be surrounded by sub-par products that i’m not completely happy with and will only use from time to time which is why I immediately returned it, even at $49. I didn’t need a Fire Tablet as I prefer Kobo Readers by a mile but I was curious and now simply disappointed.