Save $55 On a Kindle Paperwhite and Start Reading Again

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Have you spent the last year pushing yourself to start reading again, only to have your brain turn to mush the moment you open a book? I’ve run into the same problem, but over the past few months, a Kindle has helped me break past that mental block.

Maybe it’s because the Kindle is small enough to slip in any bag, or because the model I’m using, the Kindle Paperwhite, is waterproof. Either way, Kindles make it easy to get back into reading, and you can buy one for just $60 during today’s Amazon Epic Daily Deals sale.

Here are all the Kindles (and bundles) on sale today:

The basic Kindle, which is just $60 during today’s sale, is more than enough for most people. It has a comfortable 6-inch display with an adjustable frontlight for outdoor or nighttime use, plus an anti-glare screen.

But you should definitely consider the discounted Kindle Paperwhite (2018 model), which costs $15 more than the regular Kindle during this sale. It’s waterproof, its backlight is much more effective than the basic Kindle’s frontlight, and it has a 300ppi pixel density for crisp text and images.

Whatever Kindle you choose, I suggest ordering it today. Amazon’s Kindle sale may not last long, and similar sales may take a few months to rear their head.

Kindle Paperwhite โ€“ (previous generation - 2018 release) Waterproof with 2x the Storage โ€“ Ad-Supported

The 2018 Kindle Paperwhite features a flush, anti-glare screen with a 300ppi pixel density and adjustable backlight. It's also waterproof---perfect for a bath or a trip to the pool. Buy it now for $75.

Kindle - Now with a Built-in Front Light - Black - Ad-Supported

Amazon's Kindle now features a built-in front light, a glare-free screen, and Bluetooth support for audiobooks. Grab one on sale for just $60 and start reading again.

Kindle Kids, a Kindle designed for kids, with parental controls - Blue Cover

The Kindle Kids tablet is identical to the adult Kindle, but it runs a custom kid-friendly software and comes with a carrying case. Also, it includes a 2-year no-questions-asked warranty and a yearlong Amazon Kids+ subscription for free books and audiobooks.

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