6 Best Amazon Kindle Cyber Monday (2023) Deals
We love Kindle. It’s a tool that gives you access to thousands of books in an instant and isn’t meant to do anything other than good old-fashioned reading. They are discounted during most holidays, including Cyber Monday. Our Kindle guide has more details if you’re not sure which model to get. We’ve also rounded up the best e-book readers overall (spoiler: the Paperwhite tops that list, too).
We test products throughout the year and handpick these deals. The discount amounts we show are based on actual street prices at retailers for the last few months. Products that are sold out or no longer discounted will be discounted upon posting
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We tested the Signature Edition Paperwhite (8/10, WIRED recommends), which has wireless charging capabilities and 32GB of storage. This matches the price we saw during Amazon Prime Day, but is $10 more than last Cyber Monday. The standard Paperwhite is $120 ($20 off), but you lose the waterproofing and warm, self-adjusting lighting.
The basic Kindle is the cheapest and smallest device you can get, and it’s still a solid device if you don’t want to spend more than $100. It was a little cheaper in October at $75, but that’s $5 less than it was last year.
There’s just no good excuse to spend that kind of money on a Kindle anymore, and we’re not sure if this 2019 model will eventually be updated, but we like the physical page-turn buttons. It’s $20 cheaper than it was during Prime Day, but we saw a much bigger discount last year when it dropped to $165.
This is the best Kindle for kids, but we’ve seen much better offerings; Last year the price dropped to $105, and was $110 during Prime Day. Kids Kindles come with a case, a 2-year no-questions-asked replacement warranty, and 1 year of Amazon Kids+. The basic Kindle Kids is $100 ($20 off), but it’s not waterproof.
The Kindle Scribe (8/10, WIRED recommends) is too expensive and bulky for most of us, but if you want an eBook reader that doubles as a laptop, it works well. For an extra $30, the premium pen automatically launches the eraser tool when you turn it on, so less time is spent switching between on-screen tools. It’s not waterproof, which is a strange omission at this price, and you can’t write directly on most books—you still need to use the sticky notes feature.
Kindle Accessories Offers
If you want a better way to carry your Kindle, the Strapsicle can help. Soft silicone straps attach to the back of your e-reader and give you a better place to rest your hands. It comes in multiple sizes depending on your e-reader.
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