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Tanga: 15% off Amazon Kindle

on 8.31.2011 at 10:55pm
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Update: This is now sold out.

Tanga is running a deal on Amazon Kindles tonight.  This deal allows you to purchase a Kindle Wi-Fi 6″ for $99.98 shipped.  Suggested retail for a Kindle is $114.00, so its a savings of $14.02.  Might not be much but it’s something.

So, if you’ve been itching to get an Amazon Kindle, but have been waiting for a deal, this might be your chance.  Hurry though, the deal lasts for 24 hours or until sold out.

Heads up this is the version with special offers and sponsored screen savers.

Do you have a kindle I would love to hear your thoughts on them.  

    • Robin Lyn

      I love my Kindle.  It is the only way that I have found to read a book and hold a baby.  I don’t have to worry about torn pages or dropping my book and losing my place.  It has finally given me a chance to read again.

    • K2sfi

      They are gone

    • Rachel

      I love mine.  I read very quickly and going through the lists of free books every day (the top 100 change all the time) keeps me in good supply.  A lot of the top 100 are crap, but you can find good ones.  I share or ‘loan’ books with my sister as well.  A great purchase!

    • Both my husband and I have one. I do like it, but really just for reading fiction. We use it for more academic reading, and it is not very quick to flip to certain pages or passages. And while you can “highlight” and, I think, make notes, it just does nothave the same effect, for me at least, as writing down notes in a book/journal. So, I pretty much use it to just read pleasure reading and for books for my kids to read as well. And like one other commenter, I check the free book listing just about each day so I always have something totally mindless and entertaining on the Kindle. Plus, almost all the classics are free!