The latest Kindle Paperwhite is 25 percent off for Black Friday

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This communicative is portion of a radical of stories called Verge Deals

Only the champion deals connected Verge-approved gadgets get the Verge Deals stamp of approval, truthful if you're looking for a woody connected your adjacent gadget oregon acquisition from large retailers similar Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy, Target, and more, this is the spot to be.

The all-new Kindle Paperwhite is already a large bargain astatine its regular terms of $139.99. It has a large 6.8-inch display, USB-C charging, and a artillery that tin past for months — our reviewer calls it “the eventual Kindle.” If you’ve been eyeing this device, present is simply a large clip to bargain it. It’s disposable on Amazon close present for $104.99, $35 and 25 percent disconnected its archetypal terms of $139.99. Other retailers, including Best Buy and Staples, are offering the aforesaid price.

Note that this is the ad-supported exemplary — the ad-free mentation is presently $124.99 ($35 disconnected its archetypal terms of $159.99). If you don’t privation ads (or to wage the $20 premium for the ad-free model), a savvy determination is to get the Kindle Paperwhite Kids for $114.99, which is $45 disconnected the archetypal terms of $159.99. This exemplary comes with a kid-friendly lawsuit arsenic good arsenic a two-year “worry-free guarantee.” (You tin crook disconnected Kids Mode if you’re an adult.)

Also connected merchantability is the caller Kindle Oasis — it’s $174.99, $75 disconnected its archetypal terms of $249.99. We didn’t emotion this rather arsenic much arsenic the Paperwhite, but it does person a large show with a lukewarm yellowish code for comfy nighttime reading.

If you’re successful hunt of things to work connected your caller device, a fig of Kindle books are presently connected sale. You tin find bestsellers, including Carol Shaben’s Into The Abyss and Angie Pallorino’s The Drowned Girls for arsenic debased arsenic $2.49 for Black Friday.

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