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- There are dozens of great reasons to become an Amazon Prime member, but one of the most significant ones is access to exclusive deals.
- Right now, Prime members can save up to $55 on some of Amazon's best tech, including discounts on Kindles, Fire Tablets, and the Fire TV.
- Below you'll find the highlights about what each device can do, but if you'd like to learn more, we have an in-depth guide to all of Amazon's hardware.
- These sale prices actually come close to the ones Amazon offered during Prime Day, so if you missed out on those deals, you'll have the opportunity to make up for that now.
Amazon's Prime member-only deals are a great reason to get some of your holiday shopping done early this year. Whether you're treating yourself or someone else in your life, these devices are some of the best e-readers, media streamers, and tablets out there, and they're an even better value at these prices.
Read on to see everything included in the exclusive, limited-time sale:
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Kindle, $49.99 (originally $79.99) [You save $30]
Ten years after it was first released, Amazon's Kindle is still the gold standard for e-readers. It has an e-ink display that won't show glare when reading in the sun, its battery will last for weeks between charges, and it has enough storage to hold hundreds of books. The current-generation Kindle has a touchscreen, which lets you swipe to turn your book's digital pages.
You can also save $45 on a Kindle Essentials Bundle, which includes a Kindle, protective cover, and power adapter for $84.97.
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Kindle Paperwhite, $79.99 (originally $119.99) [You save $40]
The Kindle Paperwhite has all of the same great features as the regular Kindle: weeks-long battery life, an anti-glare e-ink touch screen, and enough storage space for hundreds of books, but it's also better in a couple of key ways. The biggest improvement is that the Kindle Paperwhite has a higher resolution screen, which will make the text you're reading look a lot sharper. It also has four lights built into its screen, which you can turn on to make it easier to read in the dark.
You can also save $60 on a Kindle Paperwhite Essentials Bundle, which includes the Kindle Paperwhite, a protective case, and power adapter for $119.97.
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Kindle for Kids Bundle, $69.99 (originally $124.99) [You save $55]
The Kindle for Kids Bundle is the ultimate way to help a child learn how to read using a digital device. The bundle includes a standard Kindle, case, and a two-year no-questions-asked warranty. What makes the Kindle for Kids Bundle such a good device is built-in software designed to help your kid read.
The Kindle's Vocabulary Builder feature holds all of the words a child has looked up, so they can quickly refer back to it if they encounter it again. And a feature called WordWise automatically adds simple to understand definitions above challenging words, to empower kids to learn them without having to look them up or ask an adult.
Finally, Amazon's built-in parental controls will let you know what your child is reading, and how often they're reading, so you can set goals and monitor their progress.
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Fire 7 Tablet, $34.99 (originally $49.99) [You save $15]
Amazon's Fire 7 is the ultimate cheap tablet. It has a quad-core processor, 8GB of internal storage (easily expandable with a MicroSD Card), and up to eight hours of battery life. The tablet runs FireOS, which is fast, easy to understand, and centered around Amazon's services. Prime members will have easy access to their Prime Video, Prime Music, and Kindle libraries, which will be available from the moment you first turn the Fire 7 on.
You can also load the Fire 7 up with third-party apps, like Netflix, Hulu, Spotify, and more. This generation of Fire Tablets have Amazon's Alexa built in, which you can use to answer your questions or control compatible smart home accessories. The one downside to the Fire 7 is its non-HD screen, but it's still good enough for Netflix binging, reading Kindle books, or browsing the web.
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Fire HD 10 Tablet, $109.99 (originally $149.99) [You save $40]
The Fire HD 10 is Amazon's new, high-end tablet, and its an incredible value at this sale price. The tablet has a full, 1080P screen, 32GB of internal storage (also upgradeable with a MicroSD Card), and up to 10 hours of battery life. Like the Fire 7, the Fire HD 10 runs FireOS, which gives you access to the same rich app library, and it has Alexa built into it.
You can also save $45 on a Fire HD 10 show mode dock bundle, which includes the Fire HD 10, and Amazon's new Show Mode dock. The Show Mode Dock props the tablet up and activates a mode in which it imitates the Echo Show, displaying your upcoming calendar events, a week's worth of weather, and more when you ask Alexa for that information.
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Fire TV, $39.99 (originally $69.99) [You save $30]
The Fire TV is a compact media streamer loaded with must-have features. It can output 4K video; supports HDR (high dynamic range), which makes colors in many modern movies and TV shows look more vibrant and accurate; and supports Dolby Atmos, which routes audio around a compatible surround sound system to sound more natural and engrossing.
This streaming dongle also comes with an Alexa-enabled remote, which lets you search for the content you want — apps from popular streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, or Spotify are available — using your voice instead of pushing buttons. The remote also lets you ask Alexa questions, and control compatible smart home accessories. At this price, the Fire TV is the ultimate streaming dongle and can turn any dumb HDTV into a very smart one.
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